Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Pope talks about Vatileaks expresses his distress


During his general audience, Benedict XVI spoked about the difficult situation of Vatileaks. He said he is upset by the current situation, he critiziced the way it is being handled in the media and highligthed his confidence in his collaborators. 

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"Events in recent days regarding the Curia and my collaborators have brought sadness to my heart, though the firm conviction, that despite human weakness, despite difficulties and trials, the Church is guided by the Holy Spirit, and the Lord will never fail to give His aid in sustaining the Church on her journey. Nevertheless, some entirely gratuitous rumors have multiplied, amplified by some media, which went well beyond the facts, offering a picture of the Holy See that does not correspond to reality. I would like therefore to reiterate my confidence and my encouragement to my staff and to all those who, day in and day out, faithfully and with a spirit of sacrifice, quietly help me in fulfilling my ministry.”

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