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Pope’s works to be displayed in Rome, Freiburg

Catholic World News - September 14, 2011

In honor of Pope Benedict’s apostolic journey to Germany, an exhibition of the works of the Pontiff--both before and after his election to the papacy--will take place at the Teutonic Cemetery in the Vatican and at the offices of the Herder publishing house in Freiburg, Germany.

The exhibition includes 600 volumes. “For the first time it will be possible to see a Romanian edition of Salt of the Earth alongside a Chinese version of God and the World, as well as the great monographs of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI,” according to a communique publicized by Vatican Information Service.

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