The New Pope
by Chuck Colson
April 21, 2005
On Tuesday, after four votes, the College of Cardinals elected Joseph Ratzinger pope. No sooner had the new Pope Benedict XVI been introduced than the usual suspects began to assail the choice. The reasons they are unhappy are the very same reasons faithful Christians ought to be thrilled.
Since 1981, Ratzinger has been the head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Apart from the late John Paul II, he has more than anyone else shaped the Catholic Church’s response to the secular worldviews infecting the West.
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