Cranmer on Pope Benedict
Cranmer is one of Britain’s top bloggers. His articles are erudite and convincing. He explores the jungle where politics and religion meet. He writing sets a standard that most of us can only aspire to, but then – having been born in 1489 – he has had rather longer than most to hone his style to a sharp edge. It is ironic that some of the best articles about Pope Benedict’s state visit to the UK should come from the pen of a man who was burnt at the stake in 1556 for forming the Church of England.
Cranmer on Pope Benedict:
- Welcoming the Pope to the United Kingdom
- David Cameron on the place of faith in British life
- Has the Pope absolved paedophile priests of sin?
- Christians have very diverse views about the nature of the vocation that belongs to the See of Rome, Archbishop reminds Pope
- The Pope’s Speech in Westminster Hall
- The Pope’s homily at Westminster Abbey and the Archbishop of Canterbury’s respons
- The Fraternal Visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Archbishop Rowan Williams
- John Henry Cardinal Newman – a political beatification
- Richard Dawkins incites anti-Catholic hatred
It is a pity that during the recent hysteria about the cross left by boy scouts outside the president’s palace we did not have Cranmer writing in the Polish press.
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