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c. 2007 Religion News Service VATICAN CITY _ With his conservative pronouncements on issues of sexuality, liturgy and interfaith dialogue, Pope Benedict XVI has frustrated many Roman Catholics in the church’s progressive wing. But Benedict’s views on economics, as expounded in an expected papal document, should be a lot more to liberals’ liking. Benedict’s encyclical […]

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