Monday, January 9, 2012

Benedict XVI: The Global Financial and Economic Crisis



The global financial and economic crisis "can and must be an incentive to reflect on human existence and on the importance of its ethical dimension" to give us new rules" which ensure that all can lead a dignified life and develop their abilities for the benefit of the community as a whole", said Pope Benedict Monday in his annual address to members of the diplomatic corps accredited to the Holy See, who were received the Royal Hall for the traditional exchange of New Year greetings. Speaking to the representatives of the 179 countries with which the Holy See has diplomatic relations, Benedict XVI recalled that the current crisis particularly effects young people, giving rise to a vast popular movement.

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