Cold-blooded Benedict XVI is knocked down at Vatican procession for Christmas Mass, so? he knocked down 12,000 American victims of priest-pedophilia
Cold-blooded Benedict XVI is knocked down at Vatican procession of Christmas Mass, so what, he had no compunction for the sufferings of victims of the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army for over 26 years. Benedict XVI is so cold-blooded that he elevates John Paul II as "Venerable" as the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army expands from USA into Ireland. Only in the Catholic Church are criminals glorifed and elevated into sainthood. See the John Paul II Millstone http://jp2m.blogspot.com/2009/12/john-paul-ii-pedophile-priests-army.html
John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army abuses led to suicides, drug addictions, mental illnesses, divorces, depression, etc. Meanwhile those who aided and abetted the pedophile priests, like Cardinal Bernard Law, Cardinal Mahony are sitting pretty in glory in thier papal appointed posts.
Why should we be surprised that one single woman would dare knock down the pope, and label her "mental" case. No, it is Benedict XVI who is a mental case becuase he is so cold-blooded to victims of the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army.
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VATICAN CITY � A woman jumped the barriers in St. Peter's Basilica and knocked down Pope Benedict XVI as he walked down the main aisle to begin Christmas Eve Mass on Thursday.
The 82-year-old pope quickly got up and was unhurt, said a Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Ciro Benedettini. Footage aired on Italy's RAI state TV showed a woman dressed in a red jumper vaulting over the wooden barriers and rushing the pope before being swarmed by bodyguards.
The commotion occurred as the pope's procession was making its way toward the main altar and shocked gasps rang out through the public that packed the basilica. The procession came to a halt and security rushed to the trouble spot.
Benedettini said the woman who pushed the pope appeared to be mentally unstable and had been arrested by Vatican police. He said she also knocked down Cardinal Roger Etchegaray, who was taken to hospital for a check up.
"During the procession an unstable person jumped a barrier and knocked down the Holy Father," Benedettini told The Associated Press by telephone. "(The pope) quickly got up and continued the procession."
After the incident, Benedict, flanked by tense bodyguards, resumed his walk to the basilica's main altar to start the Mass. He did appear somewhat shaken and leaned heavily on aides and an armrest as he sat down in his chair.
Benedict made no reference to the incident as the service started. As a choir sang, he sprinkled incense on the altar before opening the Mass with the traditional wish for peace in Latin: "Pax vobis" ("Peace be with you"). The faithful responded: "Et cum spiritu tuo" ("And also with you").
It was the second year in a row there was a security breach at the service. At the end of last year's Mass a woman who had jumped the barriers got close to the pope but was quickly blocked on the ground by security.
Benedettini said it was not immediately known if the same woman was behind Thursday's incident