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definitely not the worst

By Diogenes (articles ) | May 07, 2010

Hans Küng thinks it is "complete nonsense" to classify Pope Benedict XVI as the worst Pontiff in centuries. 

Küng, who rarely misses an opportunity to criticize the Pope-- and sometimes manufactures opportunities when none present themselves-- wants it understood that he doesn't agree with all criticism of the Pontiff. He "still agrees with Pope Benedict XVI on some key issues."

So there. He can't be all that bad.  

Gotta wonder what those "key issues" are.

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  • Posted by: DrJazz - May. 07, 2010 1:57 PM ET USA

    Well, I'm sure he agrees with B16 that breathing, eating and sleeping are good things -- at least between age 3 or so and when one becomes medically burdensome!

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