Pope Benedict XVI Memoirs Reveal Dylan Concerns

ROME (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — According to the memoir of Pope Benedict XVI, formerly known as Joseph Ratzenberger was opposed to Bob Dylan appearing at a concert in Bologna,, Italy with then current Pope John Paul II.

The reason for his concern at that time was he believed that Dylan was the wrong kind of "prophet" for youth.

His Holiness, who's more of a fan of classical music, demonstrated his utter lack of connection with the world outside of the Vatican City when he voiced his concerns with the 1960s counter-culture troubadour appearing with Pope John Paul II.

The concert went on despite his urgings, Dylan sang "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" and "A Hard Rain is Gonna Fall." Dylan has been an outspoken critic of war and social injustice at various times during his career while Pope Benedict XVI was previously a member of the notorious Hitler Youth and rose to prominence, before being raised to his current state of perfection, by overseeing the fallout from the sexual abuse scandals that had plagued the church recently. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers

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