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Please post good videos and photos of this incident if you come across them:  http://www.buzzfeed.com/ellievhall/boy-w...pe-francis.

From the mouths of babes . . .

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Me likey. Grin
Oh that's adorable. I have to hand it to Pope Francis, he's very approachable.
That is so NEAT .. I was amazed .. really nice story .. thanks for the post
Awesome Smile

Look I don't fully understand this pope, but like someone else said he is very approachable.

Prayer makes saints, let us pray for him
This is our one chance, people.  We need to put together a pilgrimage to Rome with as many traddy kids as possible, then have them storm the stage, and ask for the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Would he have the heart to say no to so many Rosary-toting tots?
Amidst a sea of less-than-amazing news stories, this one made me smile Smile

(even given the fact that Buzzfeed doesn't qualify as news in most cases)
Maybe this could be a future priest?
Pray Pray Pray
(10-30-2013, 10:14 PM)JuniorCouncilor Wrote: [ -> ]This is our one chance, people.  We need to put together a pilgrimage to Rome with as many traddy kids as possible, then have them storm the stage, and ask for the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Would he have the heart to say no to so many Rosary-toting tots?

bring a bunch of little boys in cassocks and little girls with mantillas Smile
A young boy wandered onto the stage at the Vatican this past weekend, hugging Pope Francis as he tried to give a speech.

The boy, who looks about 6, was originally sitting on the steps near the Pope, while Francis listened to followers address him at the Vatican's Year of Faith Celebration.

Boys will be boys, and this one wanted a closer look at the man in the robe. So, he wandered up to give a personal hello.

But the boy's misadventure didn't end there. He kissed the cross around the Pope's neck.

And refused to be ushered back to his seat and, as other people came on stage to greet the Pope, the boy did his best to keep them from honing in on his new buddy, the Pope.

Eventually Francis convinced the child to take a seat. But he didn't go back to his spot on the steps. Instead, the rambunctious youngster sat on the Pope's chair while he continued his speech.

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow/pop...39364.html 



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