Ratzinger’s homily is impressive

I still don’t think he’s the next to wear the Shoes of the Fisherman, but it’s an impressive homily. Hugh Hewitt has the whole thing here, you just have to scroll down abit.

UPDATE: Mr. Hewitt starts off with a bang, today, discussing this sermon in more detail and linking to some related columns and articles. You’ll want to stop off there. He is so particularly insightful while ruminating on the columns of EJ Dionne and Richard Cohen, that you really don’t need to read anyone else. I don’t know how he does it.

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