Requiescat in Pacem, Ioannes Paulus PP. II, Karol Wojtyla

John blueoval at 1SMARTISP.NET
Mon Apr 4 05:32:10 MDT 2005

Couldn't agree more, Michael!

John Q.

On Sat Apr 02 14:55:33 PST 2005, MCSpearing <yuramac at YAHOO.COM>

> Pope John Paul II Saturday afternoon Eastern Standard Time
> slipped quietly away from the world of tavail that he'd prayed
> for incessantly and worked for tirelessly over decades to heal it
> and to make it a better place.  It seems fitting somehow, in some
> small way, that His Holiness has gone to be with God and the
> saints, the angels and the soul of Theresa Marie Schindler. She
> seems to have left just in time to prepare for his welcome in the
> halls of the highest, perhaps to usher him to his mansions there.
> Having paryed for us for so long, now we may pray for him.
> Funny, I'm not given to weeping and public displays of sorrow,
> yet in the last week I could not stop a number of honestly shed
> tears from falling. The world lies twice diminished. Now, willing
> or not, we walk into a new dawn without them. What will this new
> time hold for us all?
> Requiescat in pacem, Ioannes Paulus PP. II, Karol Wojtyla.
> MCSpearing
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