Saturday, April 02, 2005


In the morning, I'll be good writing a little piece of the Pope! We will never see the likes of him again! There's a whole new generation who only seen one Pope!

Pope John Paul II

VATICAN CITY - Pope John Paul II, who led the Roman Catholic Church for more than a quarter century and became history's most-traveled pope, died on Saturday evening, the Vatican said in a statement.

“We all feel like orphans tonight but our faith teaches us that those who believe in the Lord live in him,” Archbishop Renato Boccardo told a crowd estimated at St. Peter’s.

The news was immediately announced to around 60,000 gathered in St Peter's Square.

"Our Holy Father John Paul, 84, has returned to the house of the Father," Archbishop Leonardo Sandri told the crowds.

Bells and tears
The statement was met with a long applause, an Italian sign of respect. Bells tolled and many people wept openly. Others sang the “Ave Maria” and other hymns.

“My father died last year. For me, it feels the same,” said Elisabetta Pomacalca, a 25-year-old Peruvian who lives in Rome.

“It was a great privilege to pray the Pope through his last minutes. We didn’t know we were doing it but I will always remember tonight as one of the most special moments of my life,” said Sandra Leone, 46, from Rome.

When word of his death reached his hometown in Wadowice, Poland, at the end of a special Mass in the church where he worshipped as a boy, people fell to their knees and wept.

Church bells rang out after the announcement from the Vatican, but it took several minutes for people inside the packed church to find out as they continued their vigil into a second night. Then parish priest, the Rev. Jakub Gil, came to the front as the last hymn faded away, and said, “His life has come to an end."

World leaders reacted quickly to the loss.

"The world has lost a champion of peace and freedom" with the death of the pope, President Bush said in Washington.

A Mass was scheduled for St. Peter’s Square for 10:30 a.m. (4:30 a.m. ET) Sunday. The Vatican said the pope's body would will lie in state for public viewing in St Peter’s Basilica beginning Monday afternoon at the earliest.

In announcing the death, Sandri said, "The Holy Father died this evening at 9:37 p.m. in his private apartment. All the procedures outlined in the apostolic Constitution `Universi Dominici Gregis' that was written by John Paul II on Feb. 22, 1996, have been put in motion."

No. 2 official leads prayers
Cardinal Angelo Sodano, the Vatican No. 2 official, then led a tearful crowd of 70,000 people in St. Peter's Square in prayers for the dead pope.

The cause of death was not given but the pope’s health had deteriorated steadily over the past decade with the onset of Parkinson’s disease and arthritis, and earlier this year took a sharp turn for the worse.

He had an operation in February to ease serious breathing problems, but never regained his strength and last After word of the death spread, thousands of people from all over Rome, many with tears streaming down their faces, walked silently up the broad boulevard leading from the River Tiber to the Vatican.


I never did this kind of action in the past and lets pray it will be the last time that I have to follow this action.

From the time that I leave my computer at the Public Library, I am going to remind every bureaucrats or politicians from both political parties that there’s a 5 months old pregnant female sleeping under the steps at the Soup Kitchen.

I’m going to tell these people to asks Family Services to investigate this issue!

I felt her belly last night and it sure wasn’t gas!

After I remind the people of the girl, I am going to post their name in my blog!

The readers will know if the person that I told about the poor girl cares or not! The only lucky bureaucrat in this City will be the ones that I don’t.

Let it be in the Malls, streets or outside of the Legislature. I will asked you if you have phone family Services asking questions about the unborn Child???

Why the hell do I get involved in these issues anyway? There’s one place that those bureaucrats or politicians will be safe and this will be in the Church!

The sanctuary of the Church will be respected! I will not discuss these issues in the House of the Lord!

If you wish to help the unborn child, Just past all these names < Politicians and send them an email asking them to investigate this issue! Here’s the emails-

YOU WISH TO EMAIL YOUR MLA'S, HERE ARE THEIR EMAIL ADDRESSES,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,