1. The Future of Catholic-Muslim Relations Under the New Pope Francis I

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    As Jorge Mario Bergoglio takes on his new title Pope Francis I, one of his many challenges will be to foster relations with Islam. Preceding him, Pope Benedict XVI offended Muslims in a 2006 speech quoting an emperor who called Islam an evil religion. “If we’re going to have a real friendship, brother and sister relationship, we cannot be hypocrites,” said Seyyed Hossein Nasr, professor of Islamic relations at George Washington University. “We must base our self on the truth.” The cardinals wanted a pope who can both engage with Islam and defend the Catholic Church, said David Gibson, author of “The Rule of Benedict." Gibson, who is in Rome reporting as national correspondent for Religion News Service, previously spoke with Odyssey about how the new pope was chosen and the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI.

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    • VATIKAN - Interview

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      Behind the Scenes Look and interview with Director Richard Ladkani

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      • Mass for the Pope

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        A Special Mass held for Pope Benedict XVI on February 28 2013 at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacarment in Altoona Pennsylvania

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        • Timeline: The Papacy of Pope Benedict XVI

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          Pope Benedict XVI shocked the world by announcing on February 11 that he would resign at the end of February. His decision marked the first time in nearly 600 years that a pope has stepped down before death. Significant events and moments in Benedict’s papacy include major writings, missteps and international travels. Once he steps down, he will become “pope emeritus,” moving to a former gardener's house at the Vatican.

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          • Pick-A-Pope

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            With scandal and change hitting the Catholic Church from every direction, maybe it's time for a . . . change. See what the hierarchy at the Vatican is up to and find out who is most unfit to be the new pope! A Mark Fiore political animation.

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            • Brooklyn Catholics Surprised by Pope Benedict's Resignation

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              On Ash Wednesday, February 13, Brooklyn's Catholics were still processing Monday morning's surprise announcement of Pope Benedict XVI's resignation. He is the first leader of the Roman Catholic Church to step down in 600 years. The last time a Pope left his role while still alive was 1415, with Pope Gregory XII. At St. Boniface Church in downtown Brooklyn, there was a mix of surprise and confidence for the future of the Church. Produced by Bryan Koenig and Valerie Prassl.

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              • Before Benedict XVI: The Pope Who Quit Centuries Ago

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                Celestine V, the first pope to willingly abdicate, was once known as Peter of Morrone, a man who preferred to live as a hermit. Jon Sweeney, author of the book "The Pope Who Quit," explains that although many saw his abdication negatively, Celestine's refusal was ultimately an act of humility. "It wasn't an act of cowardice, it actually was an act of enlightenment," Sweeney said. "It was an act of deciding to be a faithful follower of Christ." Odyssey Networks in a non-profit media organization dedicated to building bridges of understanding between people of faith. Visit OdysseyNetworks.org support our work and learn more.

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                • Tradition & Liberation: CHARITY IN TRUTH & the New Face of Social Progress (closing plenary)

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                  ~ Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace ~ Cardinal Francis George Archbishop of Chicago Cardinal Turkson gives the closing plenary address at DePaul University for the academic portion of World Catholicism Week 2010 centered on Pope Benedict's 2009 encyclical CHARITY IN TRUTH (in Latin, Caritas in veritate). The conference was titled "Tradition & Liberation: CHARITY IN TRUTH & the New Face of Social Progress." Cardinal Francis George follows Cardinal Turkson, offering the final reflection.

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                  • Mission Talk - Pope Benedict's Greatest Hits

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                    On the night Pope Benedict resigns, we look back at Pope Benedict - a man never afraid to cast out into deep water!

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