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Pope Benedict XVI's Sinks His Teeth Into the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru Comments

The university has not understood its Catholic and Pontifical duties.  It has turned its back on the Catholic and Magisterial light, sadly necessitating what is an unprecedented move in the history of the Church.  Though long in coming, it shows that Pope Benedict XVI has teeth. Continue Reading

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  1. Diane
    2 years ago

    I'm not surprised by this. God bless Pope BenedictXVI for his courage to do the difficult but necessary things in order to safeguard the Faith, especially of our youth. I agree with Alex, Georgetown, Notre Dame and some other so called Catholic schools do everything in their power to destroy the Catholic Faith of our youth and lead them into false beliefs.After a sanction like this parents will know which Catholic schools are really Catholic. Many parents have been appealing to Rome for just such an action like this one by the Holy Father. Thank God Almighty for this Pope and the Bishops in union with him!

  2. Andrew M. Greenwell
    2 years ago

    @No way: God question. As I understand it, the Church will be able to enforce its decree through the civil law of Chile if the university does not abide by it.

  3. Alex
    2 years ago

    Unfortunately, and I could be wrong, but this sounds more like a battle for power. If the Catholic Church is genuinely concerned about its Universities following Catholic law and raising young individuals to be whole-heartedly Catholic, then I would expect visits to Notre Dame, George Town, and the like any day now. Alas,

  4. No Way
    2 years ago

    Ok. Can they be sued if they keep the name ? Exactly what legal sanctions can be placed against them if they decide to keep the name as is?

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