Pope Benedict XVI waves after celebrating a Mass in Bresso, near Milan, Italy, Sunday, June 3, 2012. Pope Benedict XVI has celebrated an open-air Mass before some 850,000 followers as part of three days of activities in Milan aimed at showing support for families. The pope in his homily Sunday took issue with modern economic thinking that he said "creates ferocious competition, strong inequalities, degradation of the environment" and reduces family relationships "to fragile convergences of individual interests" that undermine the social fabric. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)

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Pope Benedict XVI waves after celebrating a Mass in Bresso, near Milan, Italy, Sunday, June 3, 2012. Pope Benedict XVI has celebrated an open-air Mass before some 850,000 followers as part of three days of activities in Milan aimed at showing support for families. The pope in his homily Sunday took issue with modern economic thinking that he said "creates ferocious competition, strong inequalities, degradation of the environment" and reduces family relationships "to fragile convergences of individual interests" that undermine the social fabric. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
Pope Benedict XVI waves after celebrating a Mass in Bresso, near Milan, Italy, Sunday, June 3, 2012. Pope Benedict XVI has celebrated an open-air Mass before some 850,000 followers as part of three days of activities in Milan aimed at showing support for families. The pope in his homily Sunday took issue with modern economic thinking that he said "creates ferocious competition, strong inequalities, degradation of the environment" and reduces family relationships "to fragile convergences of individual interests" that undermine the social fabric. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
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