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Washington, DC -- With his arrival at Andrews Air Force Base in Washington on Tuesday, Pope Benedict XVI began his first papal visit to the United States.
During his visit Pope Benedict, formerly known as the legalistic authoritarian oppressor of saintly dissenters Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, will visit the White House, address the United Nations, and celebrate two outdoor Masses in Washington and New York, respectively.
In the United States the Pope will find that questions about the future of the Catholic Church can be asked, and answered, by anyone.
Can the Pope shepherd his divided flock?
Will he make the Catholic Church relevant to Renaissance Faire carnies?
And, most important of all, will the Pope convert to Episcopalianism?
On Tuesday evening, the Opus Dei handpuppet Oprah Winfrey made an incoherent attack upon the Catholic Church's approval of self-trepanation and illiteracy.
"The Pope should listen to influential people like me when it comes to these issues," Oprah Winfrey said.
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When Pope Benedict boards his plane and leaves New York City on Sunday evening, it is certain his visit will have had a lasting effect. But on whom?
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More substantive blogging should resume in the next few weeks.