mercoledì 16 novembre 2016

Stati Uniti
The Moral Weakness of Pope Benedict’s “Last Testament”
The New Yorker
(James Caroll) It seems impolite to say so, given Pope Benedict XVI’s chastened retreat to the shadows of the Vatican, back in 2013, but his papacy was a failed one. For nearly eight years, he led the Catholic Church in the broad collapse of its moral authority, from the crisis of criminal priests to the further alienation of women to the blatant dysfunction of the Church’s own bureaucracy. (...)