Pope visits exhibit honoring Blessed John Paul II
Catholic World News - July 06, 2011
Pope Benedict XVI toured an exhibit honoring his predessor, Blessed John Paul II, at the Vatican on July 6.
The special exhibit, housed in the Charlemagne Wing of the colonnade in St. Peter’s Square, includes items commemorating the life of the late Pontiff from his childhood through his pontificate. The display opened on April 29—just before the beatification of John Paul II—and will continue until July 24.
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