Time.com presents a retrospective of the late Italian photographer Gianni Giansanti, who spent 30 years covering the Vatican and chronicled the life and death of Pope John Paul II. Launch the gallery at Time.com
If I had been there I would have gladly taken that large blunt object and smashed his disgustingly criminal skull with it.
I'm glad he's dead. One more down, one more to go.
DetDan, what a pitiful soul you are. You need Jesus just as any worst villain does. May God have mercy on your soul...
I wish you teach your fallowers to not kill innocent human being for oil .......
@Human: That's what humans have been doing on one's own accord. Popes have been telling mankind not to, but you didn't stop. Don't blame others for your own greed. Sellers are as evil as buyers.
Adelina.. what about the inquisitions. thuggery at its best.....the popes were the modern day mafia bosses.. you are far from moral.. you are in fact just a human.
The universe is too small to contain the Christian faith.
But the radiant grace of our blessed lamb can seen in every gain of sand.
For those who read this later... science can only prove what comprises 23% of the visible universe. Science estimates the size of the entire universe to be 251 times the volume of the visible universe. No scientist can prove 0 % of that added volume. Science has no clue what is outside that space. We have a lot to learn about how little science really can prove...just a thought....peace
Airwx, the photo above alone shows to human souls how nothing our visible, observable universe is.
Airwx...what point are you trying to make? That the answer is god for things we don't know yet? religion can prove nothing at all so to criticize science for not having all the answers yet is some what silly.
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