Twenty years ago, for the solemn feast of Sts. Peter and Paul — princes of the apostles and patrons of the city of Rome — St. John Paul II did something very unusual. He did not celebrate the papal Mass in St. Peter’s Square. He attended to be sure — “presiding” and delivering the homily — but the main celebrant was Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger.
Benedict XVI celebrates 70 years as a priest — 10-year milestones in Joseph Ratzinger’s service to the Church…
Praise the Lord