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  Pope Benedict XVI - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
XVI, born Joseph Alois Ratzinger on April 16, 1927 in Marktl am Inn, Bavaria, Germany) is the 265th and current Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, and as such, Sovereign of Vatican City State.
Pope Benedict XVI was elected pope at the age of 78.
On August 7, 2006, Pope Benedict XVI renewed his appeal for peace in the Middle East and said he was deeply disappointed that calls for an immediate cease-fire in Lebanon had been ignored.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pope_Benedict_XVI   (9499 words)

 Louis XVI of France - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Louis XVI (23 August 1754–21 January 1793) was King of France and Navarre from 1774 until 1791, and then King of the French from 1791 to 1792.
Suspended and arrested during the Insurrection of the 10th of August 1792, he was tried by the National Convention, found guilty of treason, and executed on 21 January 1793.
They were not able to have children for several years due to the fact that Louis XVI suffered from a sexual dysfunction (reputedly phimosis), corrected seven years later by minor surgery.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Louis_XVI_of_France   (1086 words)

 Benedict XVI - Pope Benedict XVI Information
Benedict XVI, Pope of the Roman Catholic Church is the name chosen by German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, on April 19, 2005 after he was chosen by the other cardinals to take over the papacy after the death of John Paul II.
The choosing of Benedict XVI was favored by conservative clergy and generally taken with caution by the liberal clergy around the world.
Pope Benedict XVI has immediate seen many of his writing rise to the top of the bestseller list, as the 1.1 billion worldwide Catholics (and others) are anxious to learn what this pope brings to the ideological table.
www.benedict-xvi.ws   (758 words)

 An Analysis of Benedict XVI's Visit to the Synagogue   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The faithlessness of the Synagogue is an insult to the Savior.
Benedict XVI is fully aware of this significant fact; it is why he mentioned it near the beginning of his speech.
Benedict XVI then proceeded to mention the Jewish “Holocaust.”  This may be slightly off topic, but, in case you didn’t know, six million Jews were not killed during the “Holocaust.”  Even Jewish sources now reject this as a complete myth, and list the number much lower.
www.mostholyfamilymonastery.com /analysis_of_BenedictXVI's_visit_to_Synagogue.html   (2717 words)

 BookRags: Louis, XVI Biography
Louis XVI (1754-1793) was king of France from 1774 to 1792.
By 1788, however, as it became clear that France was on the verge of bankruptcy, pressure mounted on Louis XVI to convoke the Estates General, which had not met for 175 years, to deal with the fiscal crisis.
On June 20-21, 1791, Louis XVI sought to escape from Paris to eastern France, in the hope that with the aid of loyal troops he could return to Paris and reestablish his authority.
www.bookrags.com /biography/louis-xvi   (903 words)

 Benedict XVI
The way in which Benedict XVI will handle this crisis in the coming months will be an indication of the direction which he has chosen for his pontificate.
In other words, Benedict XVI announced that he would painstakingly follow the path traced by his predecessor concerning the defense of traditional moral values against liberal ideas which, according to him, threaten faith.
Benedict XVI and the Spectre of the Spanish Civil...
benedict-xvi.blogspot.com   (5135 words)

 Benedict XVI
Although his family was staunchly anti-Nazi, Benedict XVI was a reluctant and brief member of the Hitler Youth, as mandated by the government.
Indeed, Benedict XVI was deeply troubled by the student protests in the late 1960s in Germany.
In fact, he has been called the “vice pope.” Benedict XVI is expected to continue the policy of a “strong Rome,” that is, dioceses will not gain independence from the teachings and rules of Rome.
www.factmonster.com /ipka/A0931189.html   (501 words)

 Christian Today > Christian News, Updated Daily > Pope Benedict XVI Pledges Reform in Parallel with Preservation of ...
Pope Benedict XVI, the former Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, listed top priorities of his pontificate in a message read in Latin to cardinals gathered in the Sistine Chapel for the first Mass celebrated by the 265th leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
The Pope Benedict XVI, who used to serve as the leader for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, is known as a strong enforcer and defender for Catholic orthodox values.
A large group of diocesan bishops are scheduled to gather to discuss the relationship of the Episcopal Church in the USA with the Archbishop...
www.christiantoday.com /news/church/pope.benedict.xvi.pledges.reform.in.parallel.with.preservation.of.tradition/505.htm   (775 words)

 XVI Library: XView Encapsulation for Eiffel
XVI is a library of reusable Eiffel components encapsulating the XView toolkit from Sun Microsystems.
One of the goals of XVI is to be compatible with most Eiffel compilers available for UNIX-like platforms.
With XVI it is possible to implement an Eiffel program with graphical user interface that can be compiled with all supported Eiffel compilers (without having to change the source code).
efsa.sourceforge.net /archive/sieber/xvi.htm   (363 words)

 Assessing Benedict XVI's First Year - Catholic Online
The difference that most impresses me is Benedict XVI's attempt to make the light of Christ shine; not the Pope's light, as he said the day after his election, in his message delivered before imparting the blessing "urbi et orbi" [to the city of Rome and the world], read in the Sistine Chapel.
Benedict XVI has also changed the manner of governing the Curia: He personally studies all the dossiers of the episcopal appointments.
Benedict XVI, who in a television interview announced that he doesn't want to write many documents, believing that his task is to assimilate his predecessor's magisterium, did not publish this year the "Letter to Priests on the Occasion of Holy Thursday" and yet, he has begun to restructure the Curia, uniting two pontifical councils.
www.catholic.org /featured/headline.php?ID=3217   (1042 words)

During the XVI development years we have had a number of requests from users asking for the XVI system on Linux, but we have been so busy developing, producing and supporting the "XVI Terminal" system we haven't had a chance, until now.
The XVI system was designed to operate in a manner based on the way sighted people use the applications.
The XVI system was designed to be as flexible as possible and keep the number of changes to system components minimal.
www.beam.ltd.uk /xvil   (1160 words)

 Legio XVI Flavia Firma
The former legion XVI Gallica, which had been disgraced by its conduct during the Batavian revolt (69-70), was reconstituted by the emperor
This transfer was some sort of punishment, because the soldiers of XVI Gallica were from Gaul in the west.
Later, XVI Flavia Firma must have joined the easter campaign of Severus' son Caracalla, who died in 217 in nearby Harran.
www.livius.org /le-lh/legio/xvi_flavia_firma.html   (614 words)

 Benedictus XVI - Wikimedia Commons
XVI, born Joseph Alois Ratzinger on April 16, 1927, was elected Pope of the Catholic Church on April 19, 2005.
gl: Papa Bieito XVI, nacido como Joseph Alois Ratzinger.
XVI, născut Joseph Alois Ratzinger în 16 aprilie 1927 a fost ales papă al Bisericii Catolice Romane în 19 aprilie 2005.
commons.wikimedia.org /wiki/Benedictus_XVI   (777 words)

 Benedict XVI: A Co-Worker of the Truth, by Adrian Walker   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In his first public message Pope, Benedict XVI referred to himself as a "simple and humble laborer in the Lord's vineyard." In the new Pontiff's mouth, words like these are anything but boiler-plate.
If Benedict XVI has been a scandal, it is not because he is an authoritarian bent on domination—those who have known him unanimously praise his modesty, courtesy, and capacity for listening—but because he somehow bears in his own person the scandalous reality of the Church itself.
Benedict XVI is at least equal to John Paul II in his passionate and intelligent love for the human person, for the person's mysterious essence as a capacity for the Infinite, and for the reason and freedom that express that capacity.
www.godspy.com /reviews/Benedict-XVI-A-Co-Worker-of-the-Truth-by-Adrian-Walk.cfm   (1373 words)

 XVI - Canada's BEST Rave and EDM Night Club Community Since 1997 - Free Music Events Forums Pictures Radio Raves ...
XVI is Canada's premier free underground rave and night club community for Ottawa Toronto Montreal Vancouver and all of Canada.
XVI has plenty of event listings for both rave and club events.
XVI has Club listings and other company types for Ottawa record stores, Toronto flyer design, Montreal flyer printing, Vancouver raves and all of Canada DJs and Producers
xvi.com   (305 words)

 Pope Benedict XVI -Welcome to The Crossroads Initiative
Joseph Ratzinger (to read writings by Cardinal Ratzinger before his election, CLICK HERE!), the future Pope Benedict XVI, was born in Bavaria, Germany, on April 16, 1927, Holy Saturday, and baptized the very same day, in the newly blessed Easter water.
Their vote was for a defender of the truth, a man of prayer, a humble servant of the servants of God.
Besides his academic articles and official Church documents, the new Pope Benedict XVI provides us with a window into his mind and heart through several books, the Ratzinger Report (1996), The Spirit of the Liturgy (2000), God and the World (2002) and Introduction to Christianity.
www.crossroadsinitiative.com /library_author/119/Pope_Benedict_XVI.html   (969 words)

 XVI Internet Service Agreement
XVI reserves the right to view public_html directories in order to determine compliance, and may at any time request that an individual account be converted to commercial service.
XVI and its authorized representatives shall have the right, but shall not be obligated, to edit publicly viewable information.
XVI's liability for direct damages shall in no event exceed an amount equivalent to the proportionate net charge to Customer for the period of service during which such mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays, errors, or defects occur.
www.xvi.net /serviceagreement.html   (947 words)

 xvi at sourceforge.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Xvi is a portable multi-window version of the UNIX editor ‘vi’, derived from "STEVIE" in the 1980s.
It uses text windows separated by horizontal status lines on character mode displays and the windows may represent different files being edited, or different views on to the same file.
Xvi is the vi clone with the smallest program size and memory use.
xvi.sourceforge.net   (174 words)

 Open Directory - Society: Religion and Spirituality: Christianity: Denominations: Catholicism: Popes: B: Benedict XVI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Benedict XVI in Poland - 'Be strong in the Faith' - The Pope Benedict XVI visits Poland.
Cultural Catholic - Pope Benedict XVI - Pope Benedict XVI is fluent in four languages, relaxes with Bach and Mozart, loves cats, and his 1953 doctoral thesis was entitled, The People and House of God in Saint Augustine’s Doctrine of the Church.
Pope Benedict XVI, Joseph Ratzinger - The vital statistics of the pope.
dmoz.org /Society/Religion_and_Spirituality/Christianity/Denominations/Catholicism/Popes/B/Benedict_XVI   (491 words)

 Thoughts on Pope Benedict XVI.
With the election of Pope Benedict XVI, the church is provided with new hope and promise.
His Excellency Bishop Fellay implores Our Lord Jesus Christ, Head of the Mystical Body, that the two-thousand-year-old Tradition of the Church, forgotten and mistreated during the last forty years, may regain its place during this Pontificate, and that the traditional Holy Mass may be re-established in all its rights, without restrictions.
Finally, the Superior General assures the Successor of Peter, Benedict XVI, of his prayers and those of all the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X for the considerable task which awaits him in order to restore all things in Christ.
journals.aol.com /petrusromanus/TheEndTimes/entries/2005/04/30/thoughts-on-pope-benedict-xvi./252   (391 words)

 Pope Benedict XVI
Benedict XVI appeared on the balcony shortly after his election.
Benedict XVI is introduced to the crowd gathered in Saint Peter's SquareOn April 19, 2005 Cardinal Ratzinger was elected as the successor to Pope John Paul II on the second day of the papal conclave after four ballots.
Benedict XVI used his first General Audience in St. Peter's Square, on April 27, 2005, to explain to the world on why he chose the name: "Filled with sentiments of awe and thanksgiving, I wish to speak of why I chose the name Benedict.
pope-benedict-xvi.info /popebenedictxvi   (1496 words)

 Commentary: Benedict XVI and Freedom
He has a beautiful way of explaining creation, which according to him should be understood not with the model of a craftsman, “but the creative mind, creative thinking.” The beginning of creation is a “creative freedom which creates further freedoms.
Benedict XVI argues that freedom, coupled with consciousness and love, comprise the essence of being.
According to Benedict XVI, the Greeks saw human beings as mere individuals, subject to the polis (city-state).
www.acton.org /ppolicy/comment/article.php?id=262   (1208 words)

 First New Book by Pope Benedict XVI Examines The Real Jesus – Quite Different From the 'Popular' Jesus : ArriveNet ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Though there has been a rush of books published in the last few months about the new Pope, this is the first one published by Pope Benedict XVI since his election as Holy Father – about the subject of the true Jesus Christ.
Ignatius Press is releasing a total of four new books by Pope Benedict XVI this year.
Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, was for over two decades the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith under Pope John Paul II.
press.arrivenet.com /politics/article.php/664601.html   (738 words)

 The Heresies of Benedict XVI File
Benedict XVI's heresy in the Lutheran temple *new
The Astounding Heresy in Benedict XVI’s Milestones  (Benedict XVI teaches that the Jewish reading of Scripture that Christ is not the Messiah is a valid position)
Co-Workers of the Truth (Benedict XVI denies that Christianity is the only path to salvation; denies the unity of the Church completely; and more)
www.mostholyfamilymonastery.com /BenedictXVI_heresiesfile.html   (2465 words)

 Infoplease Search: xvi
(Encyclopedia) Louis XVI, 1754–93, king of France (1774–92), third son of the dauphin (Louis) and...
Elizabeth, sister of King Louis XVI of France
(Encyclopedia) Louis XVI The restraint of the later Louis XV style presaged the strong reaction of the Louis XVI...
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 Pope Benedict XVI
After prolonged applause, Pope Benedict XVI imparted the apostolic blessing "urbi et orbi" (to the city of Rome and the world), and took his leave of the faithful.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, Prefect of Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, President of the Pontifical Biblical Commission and International Theological Commission, Dean of the College of Cardinals, was born on 16 April 1927 in Marktl am Inn, Germany.
VATICAN CITY, APRIL 19, 2005 (Zenit.org).- Here is a translation of the homily delivered Monday by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger during the Mass "for the election of the Roman Pontiff" in St. Peter's Basilica, before the conclave.
home.att.net /~faithleap/pope_benedict_xvi.htm   (2834 words)

 Factmonster Search: xvi
Louis XVI, 1754–93, king of France (1774–92), third son of the dauphin (Louis) and...
Charles XVI Gustavus (Carl Gustaf), 1946–, king of Sweden (1973–), grandson and...
Elizabeth, 1764–94, sister of King Louis XVI of France, known as Madame Elizabeth.
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 Pope Benedict XVI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Whereas, relativism, which is letting oneself be tossed and "swept along by every wind of teaching," looks like the only attitude (acceptable) to today's standards.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was the dean of the College of Cardinals, and he served as the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith since 1981.
“Mass for the Inauguration of the Pontificate of Pope Benedict XVI,” by Pope Benedict XVI, April 24, 2005.
www.acton.org /press/special/benedictXVI.html   (609 words)

 Pope Benedict XVI from Our Sunday Visitor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Pope Benedict XVI waves from his popemobile in St. Peter's Square after his inaugural Mass April 24.
On April 19, 2005, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was elected the 265th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church, and took the name Pope Benedict XVI.
Read his statement on the election of Pope Benedict XVI.
www.osv.com /benedictxvi   (178 words)

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