Friday, December 21, 2012

The Pope and the Rabbi Against the Philosophy of "Gender"

In the pre-Christmas address to the Roman curia, Benedict XVI has criticized at its core the idea that the sexes are the product of society and the individual. In defense of the family made up of father, mother, and children. And in full agreement with the chief rabbi of France,  Gilles Bernheim 

by Sandro Magister

ROME, December 21, 2012 – Wishing a happy Christmas to the Roman curia this morning, Benedict XVI in reality addressed the entire Church and the world.

As in previous years, this time as well in the pre-Christmas address – which he himself wrote in its entirety – he wanted to emphasize the main outlines of his pontificate. 

In 2005, the focus of his address was the interpretation and implementation of Vatican Council II, and the relationship between continuity and renewal in the Church: