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Monday, July 02, 2007

Year dedicated to St. Paul will have ecumenical dimension -- Faithwise Review of the Week

Holy Father's address at Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls
ROME, Jul 2, 2007 (CNA) .- While preparing for the celebration of Sts. Peter and Paul in Rome on Friday, Pope Benedict XVI spoke of the importance of the Apostle Paul for Christians today and announced that the year dedicated to him will focus on ecumenism.
The Holy Father was at the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls to begin the solemnity honoring the two saints who helped found the Church.
Speaking about St. Paul, the Pope said that he, "was 'set apart for the Gospel of God,' to spread the announcement of divine grace that, in Christ, reconciles man with God, with himself and with others." continue reading: Year dedicated to St. Paul
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