EWTN Assessing Coverage Plans for Pope Benedict's Resignation
Service urges viewers to stay tuned as it readies telecast strategy
By MCN Staff -- Broadcasting & Cable, 2/11/2013 12:06:49 PM
EWTN president and CEO Michael Warsaw issued the following statement: "Pope Benedict XVI has announced to the Church his intention to resign as Pope on Feb. 28. A conclave to elect a new Holy Father will follow soon after that. EWTN is working to cover all of this as it unfolds. We have no further details at this time, but encourage our audience to stay tuned and to check ewtn.com frequently for updates. We ask our EWTN family to pray for Pope Benedict and for the Church in this historic moment."
I am a ordinary christian, last Dec. 2012 our president sign the reproductive health bill. when i heard the news i was so upset i go to my room and looking at the window outside. And looking up the sky i saw clouds forming an imaged a face and a shoulder talking to another one. the face with long hair and a beard. And then is saw next to them standing, dress like bishop or cardenal his head vow and just like his waiting quietly. and then i was amazed and shock suddenly and its gone. Until now i don't know what it means. But i am supporter of Our Pope and i always pray for Pope Benedict xvi.
Reymundo N. Labutap - 2/12/2013 3:28:22 AM EST
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