Vatican paper L'Osservatore Romano reported earlier in the week that Benedict had taken the decision to resign after the Mexico-Cuba trip.
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LOR stands for L'Osservatore Romano (Italian; Vatican newspaper)
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One might say the church, at least on this front, has been defeated," L'Osservatore Romano wrote, adding: "But that's not the case.
Founded in 1861, L'Osservatore Romano reports on the daily events of the pope and the Vatican, often publishing papal discourses, texts and documents.
This represents the Roman Curia, pontifical representations around the world, as well as its media network of Vatican Radio, L'Osservatore Romano and the Vatican Television Centre.
Benedict made the comment while the cardinals were celebrating the fifth anniversary of his election to the papacy, the L'Osservatore Romano said.
Film critic Gaetano Vallini says in L'Osservatore Romano Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince makes a clear difference between "good and evil".
After the letter made its way to Pope Benedict, L'Osservatore Romano printed a clarification.
L'Osservatore Romano celebrated International Women's Day in March by publishing an article that declared the washing machine the most liberating advancement of the 20th century for women.