Pope in grave condition

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Navarro-Valls said John Paul asked aides to read him the biblical passage describing the final stage of the Way of the Cross, the path that Christ took to his crucifixion. In that stage, according to the Bible, Christ's body was taken down from the cross, wrapped in a linen shroud and placed in his tomb.

Navarro-Valls said the pope followed attentively and made the sign of the cross.

"This is surely an image I have never seen in these 26 years," Navarro-Valls said. Choking up, he walked out of the room.

John Paul's health declined sharply Thursday when he developed a high fever brought on by the infection.

On Thursday afternoon, the pope suffered heart failure and a condition called "septic shock" during treatment for the infection, the Vatican said Friday, but it denied an Italian news report that he was in a coma.

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If it is your will, Lord, please take your able servent, John Paul, home quickly. Thank you!

The pope is the father of the catholic church, in mexico yesterday they reported that he passed away but , they were wrong he's still alive and i hope that he gets well soon,pope your in our prayers.

I just want to say as a Catholic who doesn't practice his religion.I still Respect Pope John Paul ll as the head of the Church of Rome.and as a Human Being. may he Die a peaceful Death without suffering.and find his place with his God . We as Human Beings seem to forget Death is part of life.we are all born of a women,we should love& show Compssion to our fellow man, and help those who need help.and give thanks for our good fortunes, we are born through love we have the spirit of love within us to be good, Hate has to be taught, its not born within us.GOD Speed Pope John Paul and may all the sins you have commited in your life be forgiven. go in Peace !


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