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Derrick Z. Jackson

The Catholic Church steps backwards

By Derrick Z. Jackson
Globe Columnist / April 20, 2005

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WITH THE election of Joseph Ratzinger to be Pope Benedict XVI, the Catholic Church is not joining the 21st century anytime soon. After all the speculation that it was time for a pope from a developing country and after the debate of whether the conclave of cardinals would pick someone who would build bridges toward the church's outcasts and second-class ... (Full article: 700 words)

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