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Ex-pope Benedict wants name removed from new book: aide

Reuters Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Former Pope Benedict wants his name removed as co-author of a new book on the issue of priestly celibacy, his personal secretary said on Tuesday, in the latest twist in a saga that has riveted the Roman Catholic world.
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Former pope Benedict wants his name removed from co-authorship of a book that appears to challenge his successor, Francis, on celibacy issues in Vatican clergy, a saga that has riveted the Roman Catholic Church. Matthew Larotonda reports.

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