Skip to comments.Anne Arundel infant center of attention at Pope Francis audience
Posted on 12/02/2013 9:41:27 AM PST by Welchie25
Katie Scrivener worried that her infant son, Fulton, would cry when he encountered a very important man in Rome.
She was the one who wound up weeping, albeit tears of joy.
One of the enduring images that came out of the weekly general audience Pope Francis gave in St. Peters Square Nov. 20 has the pontiff trading gazes with Fulton Scrivener, who will celebrate his first birthday Dec. 19.
In a photo that ran the next day on Page 1 of LOsservatore Romano, the Vatican newspaper, the Holy Father shows unabashed joy as he places his right hand on the head of Fulton, a little red-headed stranger wearing a blue and white raincoat and an inquisitive expression while being held aloft by his father, Nate.
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(BTW, I tried to right-click to find the "View Photo Info" and get the img src to copy the picture, and couldn't. Can anybody here explain how I can copy this picture?)
Tagline is a quote from Pope Francis.
Right click on the photo and choose “Properties.”
Then you need to scroll down as you copy the code, since it’s several lines long:
You just have to hold your mouth right.
This rather large family was in our homeschooling group. Didn’t realize any of them were old enough now to have their own kids. Tempus fugit, memento mori.
A darling picture.