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Today marks eight year anniversary of Benedict XVI election

It has been eight years now since that election. Ratzinger, who had just turned 78, took over the reins of the Catholic Church. He would preside over an intellectual pontificate, embedded with a deep theological perspective. But it ended on February 28, after Benedict XVI resigned citing a weakened state of mind and body.RCG/RCarrCTV-VM-BN-U:SCar