Pope resting and studying at Bressanone seminary
Pope resting and studying at Bressanone seminary

.- During the second day of his vacation at the historic Seminary of Bressanone in northern Italy, Pope Benedict XVI spent his time resting and studying at the famous seminary library.

As he did on his first day of vacation, the Holy Father again preferred to remain indoors at the 400 year-old building—a living museum of sorts—instead of spending time in the gardens outside.

Meanwhile in Bresssanone, where the German-speaking population is celebrating the presence of the Holy Father, a new CD is set to be released which includes conferences from a 1990 congress in Bressanone on Choral and Polyphonic Music.  The congress was inaugurated by then Cardinal Raztinger, and the CD is part of the “Brixner Initiative on Music and the Church.” It will be presented to reporters covering the Pope’s vacation on Thursday.

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