JOSEPH RATZINGER MILESTONES PDF

They were posted first to Ludwigsfeld, north of Munich, as part of a detachment responsible for guarding a BMW aircraft engine plant. From Innsbruck their unit went to Gilching to protect the jet fighter base and to attack Allied bombers as they massed to begin their runs towards Munich. At Gilching, Ratzinger served in a telephone communications post. On 10 September , his class was released from the Corps.

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During this period, he participated in the Second Vatican Council — and served as a peritus theological consultant to Cardinal Frings of Cologne. In his book Introduction to Christianity , he wrote that the pope has a duty to hear differing voices within the Church before making a decision, and he downplayed the centrality of the papacy.

Ratzinger came increasingly to see these and associated developments such as decreasing respect for authority among his students as connected to a departure from traditional Catholic teachings.

Communio, now published in seventeen languages, including German, English and Spanish, has become a prominent journal of contemporary Catholic theological thought. In , he suggested that the Augsburg Confession might possibly be recognised as a Catholic statement of faith. By the time of the Conclave, he was one of only 14 remaining cardinals appointed by Paul VI, and one of only three of those under the age of Of these, only he and William Wakefield Baum took part in the conclave.

Consequently, he resigned his post at Munich in early The theologian Leonardo Boff , for example, was suspended, while others such as Matthew Fox were censured.

Other issues also prompted condemnations or revocations of rights to teach: for instance, some posthumous writings of Jesuit priest Anthony de Mello were the subject of a notification. Ratzinger and the congregation viewed many of them, particularly the later works, as having an element of religious indifferentism i.

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During this period, he participated in the Second Vatican Council — and served as a peritus theological consultant to Cardinal Frings of Cologne. In his book Introduction to Christianity , he wrote that the pope has a duty to hear differing voices within the Church before making a decision, and he downplayed the centrality of the papacy. Ratzinger came increasingly to see these and associated developments such as decreasing respect for authority among his students as connected to a departure from traditional Catholic teachings. Communio, now published in seventeen languages, including German, English and Spanish, has become a prominent journal of contemporary Catholic theological thought.

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Nigore Before he was elected Pope, it has to be admitted, few theologians or others were interested in his writings—he had been effectively sidelined. Jsoeph do you think, in particular, there continues to be this idea that Benedict is close off from ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue, in spite of years of writings that emphatically state otherwise? How far off the mark is that depiction? Early life of Pope Benedict XVI — Wikipedia In other ways, though, this portion resonated with me—his discussions of the pursuit of his doctorate were all too similar to the struggles my husband went through in getting his graduate degree. Memoirs — Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger to your wish list.

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