Skip to comments.Faith and Politics Meet: Pope Benedict
Posted on 12/02/2010 11:22:19 AM PST by 0beron
Benedict XVI to the New Ambassador from Hungary: Legislative initiatives which value alternative relationships and family models, will promote the relativization of legislation and awareness of values in society.
Rome (kath.net/as)This morning Pope Benedict received in audience the new Ambassador of the Republic of Hungary to the Holy See, Gábor Győriványi. In his German address, the Holy Father recalled the reinstatement of diplomatic relations with the Holy See and the Hungarian Republic in 1990 and expresse the hope, "that the deep wounds of the materialistic conception of man, which after 45 long years years will strengthen and heal the heart and society of the citizens of your land, in a climate of peace, freedom and attention to the dignity of man."
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A. Why are you excerpting your own blog? Is it because you just want to (ab)use FR as an engine to direct traffic to your website?
B. Why aren't you posting in the Bloggers & Personal section? You're hosted by "blogspot.com", that should be a clue!
Why so rude?
You wouldn’t talk to me like that in person, why do it on line?
The religion forum can contain content from both news and personal sources like blogs. Let’s keep the pimp patrol out of Religion.
I actually don’t mind bloggers, provided they actually become part of FR’s active discussions, and aren’t just using us to drive hits to their site.
We’re here to support the war on multi-Culturalism and network with like-minded conservatives and support them in turn.
We are pretty ecumenical in that aim too, including everyone from Armenian Orthodox to Pentecostal Tea Partiers. We’re pro-life, small government, and fanatically anti-Communist.
That’s why we’re here and if we’re not giving that impression, we’ll do what we can to change.