Saturday, April 02, 2005

BE068110 - Illustration of a Hand Writing with a Quill Pen

Edited by Victor A. Cuvo


April 2, 2005 - A dying Pope John Paul II scribbled down a final message last night to his close friends, begging them not to cry.

"I am happy and you should be as well," the note read. "Let us pray together with joy."

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Pope John Paul II

FILE ** Pope John Paul II waves to faithfuls gathered for the weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, in this May 2, 2001 file photo. (AP Photo/Plinio Lepri, File)

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