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Benedict XVI legacy: Pope of reason and reconciliation

POPE AND CHILDRENDuring his seven years, Benedict XVI has avoided being at the center of conversation. His goal is to spread knowledge of the Gospel: that Jesus truly existed and he is one with God. He spent his spent time writing his trilogy “Jesus of Nazareth.”He has also spent a considerable amount of energy towards reconciliation. He reached out to the victims of sexual abuse. He also outreached to Muslim leaders, to the traditional Lefebvrians, and perhaps one of his biggest legacies, reconciliation between faith and reason.He also modernizes the Papacy because he resigned with the strength of mind and body to show that it is a conscious decision taken on his own free will. It sets a precedent for future successors to step down when they deem it necessary. JMB @javierMbrocalRR-GDP-PR-U:SCar