February 19, 2013

Pope Benedict Shows True Leadership by Resigning


When Thurgood Marshall retired from the U.S. Supreme Court in June 1991, a reporter asked him what were the medical reasons that contributed to his leaving the bench -- and its lifetime appointment -- after serving for nearly 25 years. He was his usual blunt self.
"What's wrong with me?" Marshall said at the packed news conference. "I'm old. I'm getting old and falling apart."
When the news broke this week that Pope Benedict XVI was stepping down as the spiritual leader of 1.2 billion Roman Catholics because of his concerns about being able to do the job, many began to speculate that there were other reasons for the decision.


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    2. Ich wünschte, es würde mit meiner Pene auch so funktionieren...

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  3. Unfortunately Vatican was not opposing evolution and is in fact embracing it. They repeat this like every 5 years or so because to some folks thats news. You know. Protestants in US. Who would understand them