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Friday, September 15, 2006
Pope Benedict XVI's Final Day in Bavaria

Image Source: REUTERS/Maurizo Brambatti/Pool (Germany)

On Thursday, September 14, 2006, the Holy Father ended his journey to Bavaria in his homeland of Germany. During his final day in Bavaria, he visited priests and permanent deacons of Bavaria in the cathedral of Sts. Mary and Corbinian. During the visit, he prayed before the Shrine of the Holy Corbinian, the relics of St. Corbinian. Fifty-five years ago, Pope Benedict XVI was ordained in that cathedral.


REUTERS/Maurizo Brambatti/Pool (Germany)

REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)

REUTERS/Maurizo Brambatti/Pool (Germany)

REUTERS/KNA-Bild/Wolfgang Radtke/Pool (GERMANY)


del_button September 16, 2006 at 10:13 AM
Anonymous said...

Hi, MB.

We really should step up our prayers for the Holy Father, especially with his trip to Turkey. With the unrest that his address at Regensburg have generated, it's been really heavy on my heart.

Maybe we bloggers can band together and commit to praying for specific times and cover our Papa with prayers.


Hope your studies are going well. I remember you along with my freshman son in my prayers.

del_button September 16, 2006 at 9:42 PM
The Epiphany Artist said...

This is for sure!

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