Monday, March 07, 2005

Pope to Attend Holy Week Services

According to Papal spokesman Joaquin Navarro-Valls, the Pope suffered no complications since his February 24 tracheostomy. More good news—he is expected to be released from the hospital in time to celebrate Holy Week festivities, which begin with Palm Sunday on March 20. According to the Associated Press via the Times of India:
… [D]octors have cautioned John Paul not to use his voice too much to ensure he makes a complete recovery.

"I think the Pope will be here for Holy Week, certainly," Navarro-Valls said.

Read more: Pope to attend Holy Week festivities

5 comments:

Static said...

Are you really the pope?

Andy H said...

No, I am Boney. He is Jimbo. We are in America. The Holy Father lives in Rome. We write this blog. He does not.

Jimbo said...

Yeah, hi! Boney's right. I'm Jimbo.

Jimbo said...
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Anonymous said...

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