Holl's “Death and Devil” revisited: criticism of the church out of fear of God

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After the death of Pope Benedict, it became clear that the rebel Adolf Holl was right in many respects in relation to the official church

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The epochal revolutionary year of 1968, marked by the intolerance of its rebels, made different impressions on top representatives of Catholicism. Joseph Ratzinger, for example, who later became Pope Benedict XVI, was once open to reform as a theologian. At the University of Tübingen, the man of God was greeted, it is reported, in ’68 with projectiles, including fruit juice packs.

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