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04 April 2005 @ 01:22 pm
"Amen", says the Pope  
According to "accounts" the Pope's last word was "amen".

But, hang on, wasn't this the guy who couldn't talk a couple of days ago before his health deteriorated?

It's a miracle!

Quick, appoint a new Pope, so JP2 can be declared a saint.

He could be the patron saint of AIDS.
 
 
 
Steph_megalomania_ on April 4th, 2005 03:24 am (UTC)
*smirks*
Mik: Kittenmareth_redorb on April 4th, 2005 04:29 am (UTC)
Well, they need at least three miracles to declare him a saint, so maybe they're groping for them.....
Jacobyak_boy on April 4th, 2005 06:50 am (UTC)
Well, it's only a matter of time before he starts appearing in people's grilled-cheese sandwiches, and posthumous miracles count.
Mikmareth_redorb on April 4th, 2005 10:03 pm (UTC)
Good point. Although I see him appearing more in a bowl of porridge than on a toasted cheese sandwich somehow....
Talutha: kalibonesinger on April 4th, 2005 06:13 am (UTC)
Does that count as a miracle? Hmmm... Maybe if his last words were something like: "Ah! Now I see that a uterus and a brain are not the same thing! Hallelujah!" Or maybe something as simple as "So long and sorry about all the misunderstanding".

That would qualify as a miracle.

On another note. Did anyone watch the special on the ABC last night? With the JP2 comic books? and collector cards? I had those!!
Jacobyak_boy on April 4th, 2005 06:49 am (UTC)
Or perhaps, "How silly of me! The best way to prevent abortions is to allow people to use contraception!"
Loki Carbislokicarbis on April 4th, 2005 08:10 am (UTC)
He could be the patron saint of AIDS.

Based on his career, he should be the patron saint of publicity and advertising. It'd make a nice complement to all those guys in the Vat who seem to be competing to be patron saint of money laundering.
Jacobyak_boy on April 4th, 2005 08:39 am (UTC)
I was going to write about how annoyed I was that the secular media was so keen to lick the Pope's arse, but then I realised it was naive to think that there is such a thing as the secular media.