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April 05, 2008

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Sissy Willis

Thanks for the kind words and linky love. 'Am looking forward to your dispatches from the front April 20. :-)

Thea

We did not get tickets. Sad.

miss kelly

That IS sad! It's regrettable that the world situation has changed so much since Pope JP II's visit. I attended his Mass celebrated on the Boston common in 1979, there was a huge crowd, estimated at 400,000! Can't do an open mass like that that today.

What a price we pay for security, financially and mentally. We are less of an open and free society due to radical terrorists who would try to use that setting to cause mass deaths.

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