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Comments from feedback form - "i want to see the pope"017:27, 28 December 2011
Comments from feedback form - "I enjoy all info from the Pope..."102:24, 25 September 2010
An audience?016:09, 21 September 2010
Comments from feedback form - "Why is the Pope being paid to ..."023:41, 20 September 2010

Comments from feedback form - "i want to see the pope"

i want to see the pope

69.138.213.183 (talk)17:27, 28 December 2011

Comments from feedback form - "I enjoy all info from the Pope..."

I enjoy all info from the Pope & the Vatican. I find this visit amazing. Perhaps splits will one day be made whole again. This is a change i can live with & hope for.

99.30.75.109 (talk)21:40, 20 September 2010

Perhaps...I shall admit my faith in the Catholic Church was shaken by the recent scandals, but perhaps because of atonement, healing may yet come...in time...

173.68.124.106 (talk)02:24, 25 September 2010
 

An audience?

Richard Dawkins didn't grant the Pope an audience? Shame! I'm sure Professor Dawkins could have enlightened the Pope as to the pattern on the Celestial Teapot. As to the TV coverage: Far too much & far too boring.

109.155.217.251 (talk)16:09, 21 September 2010

Comments from feedback form - "Why is the Pope being paid to ..."

Why is the Pope being paid to come here? Times of austerity, a Pope in disarray and 4 million catholics have a state paid visit. Why not have a state funded Simpsons exhibition. There are more Simpsons fans than Catholics.

94.168.196.242 (talk)23:41, 20 September 2010