“This is what happens when the Church is no longer relevant,” writes Pope Benedict XVI.
“In its place are groups of priests who have been conditioned to see themselves as part of a larger community and in which the pope is not the chief executive,” he writes.
The pontiff writes that it was not just that his predecessor, Benedict XVI, was a Benedictine, but also that the pope was an apostle of the faith.
And that, he says, “has been lost in the new Church, a church that is neither a Christian nor a church, and therefore one that has nothing to do with the Catholic Church.”
The Vatican’s new approach to the church”I do not believe that the Church has ever been founded on the belief that it is the center of the universe, that it has ever believed that the truth has an absolute truth.
I believe that truth is neither absolute nor absolute,” he wrote.
“In the Church, truth is something which is revealed and revealed in different ways and in different situations.
The Church does not stand on the basis of a single set of principles or an infallible teaching.
In the end, I believe the Church can be built on different principles, on different ways of teaching.
That is why I call on all Catholics to be true to themselves, to have the courage to confess, to accept, and to love one another.
This is what has happened in the Church in recent years.”
The pope, who has always been known for his modesty, writes: “There is no room for anyone who does not confess and to trust.
It is this humility that allows one to know oneself better.”
He writes that “in the Church we have found a way to build a church which is not only a community of believers, but a community which is also a community in which there is no hierarchy, no hierarchy of bishops, no hierarchs.
And this is what we call the human community.”
He continues: “It is not enough for us to think that we have to accept everything, or even to accept what is good, we have also to love, to be patient and to be faithful.
It’s not enough to say that the church is a house of the saints and the Church of Jesus Christ is the home of the faithful.
We need to be more human, more patient and more faithful.
That’s why I say, the Church will never become a house, nor will it be a church of saints.”
The Pope also writes that in a world where people are more connected and live in a much more connected world, we need to become more tolerant, tolerant and accepting of different people, and also, to stop judging them.
Benedict XVI writes: The human race has never been more human than in the present time.
It has never more become more united, more respectful, more accepting of one another and of their diversity.
This is the world in which we live.
It does not matter whether you live in New York, London, Berlin, Milan or Paris, or whether you are in New Orleans, New Mexico, or London, this is the same world we live in.
We cannot be satisfied with one world or the other.
We must become more human.
We can no longer remain content with a world in the past.
We need to make the church more human by living with each other, by being more tolerant and more tolerant of different cultures and religions.
He goes on to say: The Church needs to be transformed in the image of God, and this must be done in a way which respects diversity.
That includes, for example, the exclusion of certain religions, including Islam.
But this does not mean that every religion should be excluded.
I am of the opinion that the real purpose of the Church must be to reach out to everyone and not to exclude them.
And we must do this by opening the church to everyone.
There is another point in the pontiff’s book where he says that he has “no fear” of the church.
“I believe that we must build the Church to be a community, not a house,” he says.
It is also worth noting that the Vatican has also taken a hard line against atheists, saying they “deserve to die”.
The Pope has previously spoken out against atheists.
In his book, he writes that they are “unbelievers” and “the worst kind of people”.
“I have no fear of atheism,” he said in March this year.
“I do fear of their cruelty and their ignorance, of their inhumanity.
They should be treated as prisoners.”
The Vatican also has the largest number of priests in the world, with more than 500,000.
However, he continues, “there are thousands of priests worldwide who do not hold any official position in the Vatican, who are not elected and who do everything they can to help those in need.”