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‘In recent years European religious and political leaders along with leading academics have emphasised on returning to Europe’s ‘Christian’ Identity but history tells a different story that actually Europe’s historical Identity and roots has more in common with Hinduism’ : On 11 April 2011 Ex-Pope Benedict XVI accused anyone who denied Europe ‘s Christian roots of suffering from “amnesia” and said it was the equivalent of saying that humans “can live without oxygen or food”.
This was enhanced in November by the Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, who said that the Church’s Magisterium and the Christian roots of Europe are in dispensable in facing the continent’s economic crisis.
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Already on at symposium in Rome on the Orthodox and Catholic Churches of Europe , president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, Cardinal Walter Kasper, stated,”If Europe wants to have a future again, it must first and foremost renew its Christian roots.” The greater input of Christianity into public life has also been witnessed by David Cameron and his predecessor as prime minister, Tony Blair.