Benedict’s book is perfect for Lent

The chair of Saint Peter is now vacant.

And now we call him His Holiness Benedict XVI, Pope Emeritus.

Benedict XVI has been a faithful shepherd of the Church for the past eight years. In his own humble way, he has carried on the much-needed work of faithfully defining and implementing the often misunderstood teachings of the Second Vatican Council. His evangelical witness along with that of his predecessor John Paul II is what inspired the founding of CatholicVote.org!

The critics of our Church continue to unfairly attack him, yet his eyes have always been on Christ. And so must ours. Christ always wins.

This week we began mailing free copies of Pope Benedict XVI’s bestselling book: Jesus of Nazareth: Holy Week. If you are looking for a book to read this Lent, this is it.

We have a limited number of copies available. If you want your own, this is your last chance!

Donate $40 or more now to the work of CatholicVote.org and receive a FREE copy of Benedict XVI, Pope Emeritus’ book on Holy Week.     (Link updated)

What a moment to be a Catholic!

Thank you Pope Benedict. And thanks be to God for sending us this faithful man.

Come Holy Spirit!

May thy will be done.

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4 thoughts on “Benedict’s book is perfect for Lent

  1. Charlie Spohn says:

    Pope Benedict did the fine job, the best he could, remember no one is perfect. He had the humility to step down from the position when he could no longer keep up with it. That took great courage.

    May God Bless Him

  2. Rebecca Pick says:

    Pope Benedict did a wonderful job for the Catholic faith. He met with many of the sexual abuse victims in different areas. I wish him a contented life. I cannot imagine the stress, both mentally & physically of being in His position. Younger people would have not done so well as he did at age 85. Thank you Pope Benedict!

  3. Rebecca Pick says:

    Pope Benedict did a wonderful job for the Catholic faith. He met with many of the sexual abuse victims in different areas. I wish him a contented life. I cannot imagine to stress, both mentally & physically of being in His position. Younger people would have not doe so well as he did at age 85. Thank you Pope Benedict!

  4. Antonio A. Badilla says:

    Yes, the Chair of Peter is now vacant and it was hard for me to see him go to Castel Gandolfo. Although the Emeritus Pope has not died, I felt like one who was witnessing his passing this morning. I felt profound sadness.
    As for the book, is CV talking about the Infancy Narratives or is there a book the Pope Emeritus wrote I was not aware of?

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