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The President of the United States signs the condolence book

The President of the United States also testifies to Pope Benedict XVI. His last respects. Joe Biden signs obituary.

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The essentials in a nutshell

  • The President of the United States signed the condolence book of Pope Benedict XVI. Recorded
  • Joe Biden called the former pope “a real holy man.”

Pope Benedict XVI was “a great thinker and truly a holy man,” Biden wrote during a visit to the Vatican embassy. This was announced by the White House on Thursday (local time). “I will always cherish the time I spent with him. The Vatican To discuss theology.”

Benedict was a “great theologian”. “I learned a lot in a few hours,” the US president wrote, according to the White House. A staunch Catholic, Biden and Benedict met privately in 2011. At the time, Biden was vice president under the former US president Barack Obama.

Benedict, in 1927 Joseph Ratzinger Born on that day in Bavaria New Year’s Eve He died at the age of 95. Thursday He Buried under St. Peter’s Basilica.

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