An unidentified bishop, at center, looks through his compact camera amongst other prelates, during Pope Benedict XVI's weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Wednesday March 14, 2007. (AP Photo / Plinio Lepri)
Pope Benedict XVI looks on during the weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Wednesday March 14, 2007. (Daniele Colarieti/CPP)
Cardinal George Pell of Sydney (R) and Cardinal Justin Rigali of Philadelphia (L) during the Pope's weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Wednesday March 14, 2007. (Daniele Colarieti/CPP)
posted on 03/14/2007 7:48:06 PM PDT
posted on 03/14/2007 7:49:02 PM PDT
(Vivat Benedictus XVI!)
"...under the severe care of the guards" (which he calls "ten leopards" in his Letter to the Romans, 5:1), "in each city where he stopped, with preaching and admonitions, he reinforced the Churches; above all, he would exhort heatedly ..."
Such guards could not be classed as "leopards", but rather as derelict spoiled kittens.
posted on 03/14/2007 8:18:17 PM PDT
Thank you for the ping. I do so enjoy the Holy Father's homilies. They regale my soul ... and I'm not even a Catholic!
posted on 03/14/2007 9:28:04 PM PDT
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