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Sunday, September 11, 2005

Georg Ratzinger Appreciation Society I

A couple of days ago at Mass, during the bidding prayers, I thought I heard the priest pray for the Pope, and then again for his full return to health. Well, that was like a bucket of cold water. Some quick checking online proved that it was the Pope's brother that was in hospital. Which was in one way a relief, and in another way made me think that it was time to get round to starting the GRAS. A preliminary step being this post. Click on the title for an interview with the Monsignor.

I can't find the picture of him looking dischuffed at the inauguration Mass.