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Watching the coverage of the Holy Father has been both fascinating and frustrating. All I can say about reading the Times this mornng is, that if they were that ignorant if reporting on football, they would be fired.

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I agree!

amen and amen.

It's so ridiculous you either have to laugh or cry! I think we have an opportunity in these next few days to bring the teaching of the Church to the forefront. People who usually don't care about these things may be listening with a heart that's more open than usual.


I agree with MaryH. My pastor has spent many hours in the confessional these past days - many penitents who hadn't been to confession for years.

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