Saturday, February 1, 2014

Pope's blood located

A good way to start a weekend: Pope John Paul’s blood has been found by police.
Reuters reports:

Officers told a news conference in L’Aquila, east of Rome, that they found the fragment in the garage of two men who were detained for having stolen the reliquary last week.
Bishop Giovanni D’Ercole told the same news conference he had pieced together the reliquary and the cloth after police found them in bits on successive days.

And this

"I think John Paul has forgiven them. I think we have to do the same," D’Ercole said of the men, believed by police to be drug addicts.


Well at least they weren’t male strippers with parrots, I guess…
Reuters reports:
Officers told a news conference in L’Aquila, east of Rome, that they found the fragment in the garage of two men who were detained for having stolen the reliquary last week.
Bishop Giovanni D’Ercole told the same news conference he had pieced together the reliquary and the cloth after police found them in bits on successive days.
And this
"I think John Paul has forgiven them. I think we have to do the same," D’Ercole said of the men, believed by police to be drug addicts.
Well at least they weren’t male strippers with parrots, I guess…

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