India: What the Pope was trying to do

Falstaff summarizes the controversy around the Pope's remarks with a good deal of sarcasm thrown in. “The pope, delivering an address at his old University, decides to use a quotation from a discussion between a Byzantine emperor and a Persian scholar, on the theory, presumably, that any discussion of contemporary moral values most usefully begins by examining obscure conversations in the 14th century.”

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  • We miss John Paul,II.
    After 25 years in hard way for a good relations between all religion forms, the Vatican did the inverse route. I hope the consequences around it could be minimizeds…and fast.

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