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  • Pope's Visit

    Video of Pope's visit to Armenia. Starts with meetings between Putin Serj and Aliev then shows what the Pope did while in Armenia.
    Hayastan or Bust.

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    Re: Pope's Visit

    Are we happy with pop's visit?
    B0zkurt Hunter


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      Re: Pope's Visit

      Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
      Are we happy with pop's visit?
      Yeh it seems to have gone well. Unlike many politicians he called the genocide by its name and seems to have a positive view on Armenia and Armenians in general.
      Hayastan or Bust.


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        Re: Pope's Visit

        Pope Francis: Accompany me with prayers during journey to Armenia

        une 24, 2016 - 11:16 AMT
        PanARMENIAN.Net - Pope Francis asked believers to pray for his visit to Armenia Friday, June 24.
        “Please, accompany me with your prayers during my apostolic journey to Armenia,” the pontiff said in a tweet.
        Francis will arrive in Armenia Friday, at 3:00 pm local time.

        During his trip to Armenia, the Pope will meet descendants of those killed during the Armenian Genocide when he travels to a memorial complex in Yerevan.
        Other highlights of the Pope’s program during his visit to Armenia include the Pope’s meeting with the civil and religious authorities including the Catholicos and other representatives of the Armenian Apostolic Church. The Pope will also visit Gyumri, Armenia’s second largest city, where he will hold an open-air mass before returning to the capital to attend an ecumenical meeting and prayer for peace.

        On his final day, the Pope will visit the Khor Virap monastery near the Turkish border where he will release doves in the direction of Mount Ararat.

        I like this Pope.

        Meanwhile Turkey's leaders (Erdogun and Dovetgooloo) are being sued by Germany for massacres they did to Kurds as war crimes. They toasted 178 civilians in a basement set on fire. You know they were alive before burning.
        B0zkurt Hunter