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Coverage elsewhere of Pope Benedict's musical tastes prompts a couple of back links. This one is about the Pope's visits to the wartime Salzburg Festival. While this one suggests the Holy Father could learn something from a green hill in France.
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Unknown said…
B-XVI is well acquainted with Taize. He gave Communion to Brother Roger at John Paul's funeral. http://amywelborn.typepad.com/openbook/2006/09/brother_roger_o.html. (I don't read French, or I would have forwarded the Le Monde site.)

Thanks for the excellent blog. It expands my horizons everyday. Best, TE

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