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Archbishop Reflects on Legacy of Pope Benedict XVI

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Pope Benedict XVI buried in the crypts under St. Peter’s Basilica on Thursday, in the same spot where Pope John Paul II was originally interred in 2005.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Pope Benedict XVI buried in the crypts under St. Peter’s Basilica on Thursday, in the same spot where Pope John Paul II was originally interred in 2005.

Today the Archbishop of Nassau, Most Reverend Patrick Pinder reflected on Pope Benedict’s life and legacy.

The Archbishop of Nassau describes the late pope as a man of great humility and recalls meeting with him one-on-one during an ad limina visit to give a formal update on the diocese.

Archbishop Pinder says that meeting was one of the highlights of his life.

But the Archbishop explains the late pope also made huge strides for the church around the world, not only speaking on global migration, but also taking a stance on a controversial issue for the Catholic Church.

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