Benedict to set agenda in Brazil


There are very strong reasons why Benedict's attendance at the upcoming Brazil meeting will enter into South American history, just as did - for other reasons - two of the continental meetings that preceded it: the one in Medellin, Colombia in 1968, and the one in Puebla, Mexico in 1979. The address that John Paul II delivered in Puebla had a strong impact, inaugurating the decade-long battle that Rome would fight and win, with the unyielding support of then-Cardinal Ratzinger, against the Marxist utopianism disguised as liberation theology - Sandro Magister

Benedict to set agenda in Brazil