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April 09, 2008

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Reciprocity. There is the key word for the multiculturalists to learn. If no Christians or Hebrews can worship in peace in Islamic lands, how can we allow that culture to invade the West? The tolerance and understanding of Ratzinger are what make him outstanding.

I am feeling quite fortunate. When the Pope departs the White House next week, he will be passing quite close by my office and many of my (non-Catholic) co-workers will be joining me on the sidewalk to wave "hello" to this remarkable man. I never thought I'd get to see a real live Pope and certainly the fact that he's also a Pope I admire, respect and even love for his kindness, erudition and strength - all of that is just icing on the cake for me!

If there was ever a city that required sanctification, this would be the one!

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