Pope Benedict XVI called on Christians to lead a life that’s “coherent” with their beliefs in his last public address before becoming the first Roman Catholic pontiff in six centuries to relinquish power.
The German-born Benedict, 85, addressed a general audience of tens of thousands of pilgrims in St. Peter’s Square today. Entering the 17th-century plaza in the “Popemobile” for a final blessing, he spoke from a stage in front of...
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