Rorate Caeli

Taking care of business


Pope Benedict and Cardinal Castrillón Hoyos
November 15, 2007 (Audience)

10 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:30 PM

    I SOOOO want to know what's in that briefcase!

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  2. Anonymous11:32 PM

    Oremus!

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  3. Hey, they've heard of Bockmist-Turner Overdrive even in the Netherlands!

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  4. Anonymous2:03 AM

    The briefcase is open...I want to know what is in the Cardinal's hands.

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  5. Anonymous2:37 PM

    Let's all pray that before Christmas, we have hard line directives from the Pope against the Bishops, priests and others who are trying to squash the Motu Proprio and the Tridentine Latin Mass.
    I hope the Pope celebrated the Tridentine Latin Mass soon. In Saint Peter's, or Saint John Lateran.

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  6. Anonymous4:17 PM

    Very elegant briefcase, in any case.

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  7. Benedict XVI, The Great.
    He is worthy. He is trustful. He is Catholic.

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  8. Our Holy Father His Holiness Benedict XVI and His Eminence Cardinal Castrillon de Hoyos are my heroes. Hang in there, Holy Father, your faithful troops, here we come!

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  9. "The briefcase is open...I want to know what is in the Cardinal's hands."

    If Anonymous#2 desires to suffer a bit more, I suggest him to have a look to:
    http://www.fotografiafelici.com/index.php?page=scripts/inserimento&num_file=6&cerimonia=7319%2001%20Cardinal%20Dario%20Castrillon%20Hoyos&data=2007-11-17%2013:23:03&cod=639&language=ITA&n_page=1#foto

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