On Thursday Pope Francis will celebrate the funeral Mass for his predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI, a theologian who was close to Pope John Paul II and some say will one day be considered a Doctor of the Church. As Pope for eight years, his teaching still offers fruit for conversation for moving forward as a Church and as a broader culture confronted by and sometimes drowning in relativism. What is his legacy? What is still to be learned?
Join Kathryn Jean Lopez in conversation with Mary Ann Glendon, Fr. Joseph Fessio, SJ, and Francis X. Maier.
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