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Friday, May 26, 2006
Pope Benedict XVI Celebrates Mass in Pilsudski Square
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The Holy Father celebrated Mass to approximately 270,000 people in the rain in Warsaw. Pilsudski Square was the location where John Paul II inspired Poland's Solidarity movement against communist rule in his 1979 visit.

In his homily, Benedict XVI again attacked relativism, which teaches that nothing can be an absolute truth. This view by many "cafeteria catholics" must be stopped. Everything the Holy Church teaches as a defined dogma must be believed including it's view on birth control, abortion, stem cells, gay marriage, and euthanasia.

Even though the rain poured down, many people came out.

Aneta Owczarek, 18, who was dripping wet without a raincoat, didn't consider going inside. "No way," she said. "This is one of the most important events that could ever happen in Poland and we don't know if we'll ever see the pope here again."

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(AFP/Janek Skarzynski)

1 comments:

del_button May 26, 2006 at 11:39 PM
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