Feb 3, 2014
She wanted to convert. She listened to Cardinal Ratzinger and died a Lutheran.
Sigrid Spath was the most famous German translator in Rome. She worked in the Jesuit General House, and then in the Vatican, since the days of Paul VI and translated around 70,000 pages of documents from Italian, French, English, Spanish or Polish into German, as well as several texts by Joseph Ratzinger, as Cardinal or Pope, as he also wrote ... (more)
Amanda Knox prepares to leave the set following a television interview on Friday.
Florence: Amanda Knox's former boyfriend was stopped by police close to the Italian border as the verdict on his retrial for the murder of Meredith Kercher was about to be delivered.