The People's Pope

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“I have looked for you. Now you have come to me. And I thank you.” %(source)”CNN”:http://www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe/04/02/pope1/index.html%

Update April 1, 2005

The Pope is in serious condition. This time a feeding tube is needed. His was given the “last rites”:http://www.catholic.com/library/Anointing_of_the_Sick.asp on Thursday night. Please pray for him to recover from the illness.

bq.. “May he recover. We pray for that. May the Lord give him strength, and may he be able once again to communicate in the way he has done in the past, with such heart and such wisdom,” Cardinal Theodore McCarrick said. “But if this is not the Lord’s will, then may he not suffer, because he is certainly going through a period of suffering now.”

%(source)”CNN”:http://www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe/03/31/pope1/index.html%

p. Update April 2, 2005 @ 9:00 PM

The Pope is in “extremely serious” condition. He’s not in coma but slipping in and out of conciousness.

Update April 3, 2005 @ 12:30 AM

The Pope still remains in very serious condition. He has developed high fever. According to the Vatican, the Pope is still responsive.

Update April 3, 2005 @ 4:44 AM

Pope John Paul II has returned to the house of the Father. He is now back with God.