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An Interview with Archbishop Georg Gaenswein (Part 1) "Many spiritual fruits have emerged from Benedict XVIs act of renunciation"
Rome, (Zenit.org) Giovanni Tridente. This week, the Spanish magazine 'Palabra' carried an exclusive and extensive interview with Archbishop Georg Gaenswein, prefect of the Papal Household and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s personal secretary. With Palabra’s permission, we republish the interview in which he talks about his passions and his work, and his very “special” occupation. He recalls the moments of Benedict XVI’s resignation a year ago, and the fruits that have emerged from it for the whole Church. This is the first of two parts; the second part can be read here. Translation by ZENIT.