Quizzes & Puzzles3 mins ago
L'Aquila( why didn't the Pope go there)
The site of the many coffins and tiny white caskets laid on top of them in the devastated town of L'Aquila in Italy after the Earthquake struck was heartbreaking, but why couldn't the Pope visit and give these people his message personally? instead of his messenger doing it, I know Easter has to be one of the buisiest in the papal calendar, but Rome wasn;t that far from there and one of the aftershocks were felt there, I think he may have made himself more accessable to his people if he done this, I am a non-catholic but I've no doubt his predecessor Pope John -Paul would have made that small journey, even for an hour or so.
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