Barbie Latza Nadeau on three newly named suspects—and whether benedict will forgive his butler.
Why on earth would Pope benedict XVI want to rehabilitate a Holocaust denier?
“There are various iterations of my life out there,” says Billy Hayes, digging into his Eggs benedict at a Manhattan diner.
When Pope benedict XVI retires on February 28, he will be the first pontiff in 600 years to leave his post by choice.
benedict XVI is the first of the fallible popes, and a recognition of that fact lies at the heart of all reform to come.
benedict Arnold condemned to be reprimanded by the commander-in-chief, for misdemeanor at Philadelphia.
“It is not to Father benedict I confess them,” she said, with a little curl of her lips.
It was not until long after the sun had risen that benedict awoke, and found himself too weak to rise.
He learned that Harding had been employed in the shoe factory of benedict & Co.
benedict had jumped into the Main on the left side of the bridge; the current carried him towards the arches.
"newly married man" (especially one who had seemed a confirmed bachelor), 1821, from the character Benedick in "Much Ado About Nothing" (1599). The name is from Late Latin Benedictus, literally "blessed," from Latin benedicte "bless (you)" (see benediction). This also produced the proper name Bennet; hence also benet (late 14c.), the third of the four lesser orders of the Roman Catholic Church, one of whose functions was to exorcize spirits.