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Feeling Of Sadness

Well our went home to the this morning. I was trying to keep up with his activities and watched them on TV because I could not go to Manila to watch. I was happy to see that my was able to go and see in person even from afar, well not really far she was able to take pictures a few meters away. she said she felt so at peace and happy. I felt the same just watching on TV.

If there were who waited for his arrival, there were even more sending him off. The and are lucky to be able to accompany the Pope home.

We were all and excited for his arrival and all the activities, now that he has left, it sort of left some in the hearts of most Filipinos.

I just wish there were no but it can't be help. I also wish other respected him because we respect theirs. It was kind of sad to see a calling him Poopoo Frances and we all know poopoo means stool. And another inde bashed him because there was a 5 day holiday and they got no salary and so forth.

But I am happy Pope Francis is on his way home safe and with good .

Image Credit » Pictures are mine taken while watching on TV

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MommyCharm wrote on January 19, 2015, 3:57 AM

Even if I wasn't able to attend the concluding mass (opposite to what we have initially planned), we watched Pope Francis' motorcade in the TV and all his mass. Tears just won't stop especially during his meeting with the youth in UST and in Tacloban. Surely, Filipinos will look forward to his return. Viva Il Papa Francisco!

CoralLevang wrote on January 19, 2015, 4:20 AM

I am not Catholic, but I was honored to have had the opportunity, when I was assigned to Navy Band Great Lakes, to play the ceremony on Pope John Paul II's final day on his 1997 visit to the United States. It was September 19th, as I recall, and in Detroit, Michigan. Vice President Bush was also in attendance.

MegL wrote on January 19, 2015, 4:28 AM

All religions should respect others, especially Ministers of Religion who should provide an example to their people of the way in which other people should be treated. The example should be a good one, in keeping with their professed beliefs.

LeaPea2417 wrote on January 19, 2015, 12:20 PM

I am glad he was able to visit your country and that it was a good visit .

mrsmerlin wrote on January 21, 2015, 3:03 PM

As a leader of a religion he deserves respect from everyone, as a man he may not - he was not born Pope. The first does not mean that I follow his teachings and the second does not mean that I judge him. Personally I follow a much older faith that actually does get slated by people from 'organised religions'. To my mind as long as we are heading in the same direction it doesn't matter which bus you are on

LisaSteinmetz wrote on January 24, 2015, 2:02 PM

I am a proud Pagan girl here. It's a shame that every religion can't get along without any name calling and insults being flung from behind like a knife in the back. I respect all religions as long as they are peaceful ones. I don't believe in the "Devil" or anything like that. As far as I'm concerned all paths lead us to the same source. I have a love of Mother Teresa, she was wise beyond her years and brought so much peace to the world. Anyone who preaches peace is a wonderful person in my eye no matter what his religion is.