Binay calls for prayers for pope

Binay calls for prayers for pope

Manila : Philippines | Feb 11, 2013 at 11:50 PM PST
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PhilippinesVice President Jejomar Binay called on Filipinos on Tuesday to pray for Pope Benedict XVI's better health in the wake of the pope's  announcement that he will abdicate his post by the end of the month. In a statement, Binay expressed sadness over the 85-year-old Pope's decision... FULL ARTICLE AT
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