Rabbi Shear-Yashuv Cohen (R), Chief Rabbi of Haifa, shakes hand with Pope Benedict XVI at the 2008 Synod of Bishops.
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VATICAN CITY - Pope Benedict XVI says the global financial crisis show the futility of money and ambition.
Benedict says that "now with the collapse of big banks we see that money disappears, is nothing and all these things that appear real are in fact of secondary importance." He urges those who build their lives "only on things that are visible, such as success, career, money" to keep that in mind.
The pontiff was speaking Monday as he opened the works of a meeting of 253 bishops at the Vatican.
Benedict says "the only solid reality is the word of God."