On March 24, Pope Benedict XVI addressed the bishops of Europe in addressing a Congress on "50 Years After the Treaty of Rome: Values and Perspectives for the Europe of Tomorrow.". Links to English translations of that speech appear in this earlier post from this blog.
Sandro Magister posted his translation and comments on that address yesterday in an article titled An "Apostate" from Itself: The Lost Europe of Pope Benedict. Magister also reflects back on the Pope's past statements on Europe, dating back to before he became Pope.
Magister referenced the Pope's longer address on Europe, given as Cardinal Ratzinger on April 1, 2005, linking to the Italian text of that 2005 address. An English translation is available from Zenit on the Catholic Education Resource Center website and in several parts on the Zenit website: Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4.