Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Photos: Benedict XVI and Aram I


Pope Benedict XVI (L) and Aram I, Catholicos of Cilicia of the Armenian Apostolic Church, walk side by side during their meeting on November 24, 2008 at the Vatican. (AFP/Getty)

Pope Benedict XVI attends services at the Redemptoris Mater chapel with Catholicos Aram I, head of the Armenian Apostolic Church (See of Cilicia) in the Vatican November 24, 2008. (Reuters)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24: Armenian Ortodox
Pope Aram I sits as he attends an ecumenical meeting with Pope Benedict XVI at the Redemptoris Mater Chapel, November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24:
Pope Benedict XVI sits as he attends an ecumenical meeting with Armenian Ortodox Pope Aram I at the Redemptoris Mater Chapel, November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24:
Pope Benedict XVI (L) meets with Armenian Ortodox Pope Aram I at the Redemptoris Mater Chapel, November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)

Pope Benedict XVI (L) greets Aram I, Catholicos of Cilicia of the Armenian Apostolic Church, during their meeting on November 24, 2008 at the Vatican. (AFP/Getty)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24:
Pope Benedict XVI (L) walks with Armenian Ortodox Pope Aram I, (C) during an ecumenical meeting November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, the Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)

Pope Benedict XVI, left, talks with Catholicos Aram I, the spiritual head of the Armenian Apostolic Church, right, during a private audience at the Vatican, Monday, Nov. 24, 2008. (AP Photo by DANILO SCHIAVELLA)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24:
Pope Benedict XVI (L) meets with Armenian Ortodox Pope AramI (R) November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, the Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24:
Pope Benedict XVI (L) meets with Armenian Ortodox Pope AramI (R) November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, the Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24:
Pope Benedict XVI (C) walks with Armenian Orthodox Pope Aram I, (2nd L) during an ecumenical meeting November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24:
Pope Benedict XVI (2nd L) walks with Armenian Ortodox Pope Aram I, (3rd R) during an ecumenical meeting November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24:
Pope Benedict XVI (C) walks with Armenian Ortodox Pope Aram I (2nd R) during an ecumenical meeting November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)

VATICAN CITY - NOVEMBER 24:
Pope Benedict XVI (2nd L) walks with Armenian Ortodox Pope Aram I, (2nd R) during an ecumenical meeting November 24 , 2008, in Vatican City. In a quote from a letter in the book "Why We Must Call Ourselves Christian," that was published in an Italian newspaper this Sunday, Pope Benedict XVI calls the possibility for interfaith dialogue doubtful. (Getty)



Pope Benedict XVI views relics of Saint Andrew during a special mass by pilgrims from the Diocese of Amalfi at the Vatican November 22, 2008. (Reuters)

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