[Marxism] Catholicism and evolution

Nestor Gorojovsky nestorgoro at fibertel.com.ar
Wed Oct 5 09:43:44 MDT 2005


At this time in history, Catholics view the American (not even 
Protestant, but American Protestant) quarrel on creationism as an 
exotic producto from a different age.  Theilard de Chardin, in the 
40s and 50s, even attempted to mingle Marxism with Catholicism, in 
order to wage a more serious struggle with Marx.

As to Benedict XVI:  it should be noted that Herr Ratzinger has 
chosen as his Papal name that of the Pope Benedict XV, who was the 
Pope who opened up the Catholic Church to China and China to the 
Catholic Church.  Without giving to the info more interest than it 
deserves, it is important not to forget that Papal names are not 
chosen out of fancy.

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Con fecha:5 Oct 2005, a las 7:41

> Since Benedict XV or Pious XI in
> the 1920s, the Vatican has been rather openly embraced the reality of
> evolution with the proviso that, at some point, God infused a soul in
> humanity



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Néstor Miguel Gorojovsky
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