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After All: Francis Didn't Cancel the Appointment

Officially, the Pope's traditional December 8 appearance at the statue of the Immaculate at the Piazza di Spagna in Rome was cancelled weeks ago because of Covid-19.

However, this morning at 7 a.m., Francis was nevertheless standing in pouring rain in front of the statue. He placed a bouquet of white roses at its base and entrusted Rome and the world to Our Lady.

Although standing alone, he wore a mask. Then, Francis drove to the Marian Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore where he celebrated Mass.

Picture: Vatican Media, #newsMezkubumew

HerzMariae
Here is Francis masked
HerzMariae
Do y'all remember: In 2015, on the feast of the Immaculate Conception, images were projected in St. Peter's Basilica inspired by 'Laudato si'. The event was titled Fiat Lux: Lighting our Common Home. "
Hugh N. Cry
Bet it stuck in his craw. The mask was to hide his grimace.
Fischl
alone – with the photographer and the illuminati on
Ultraviolet
Oh no, @Hugh N. Cry Francis is mortally terrified of catchin' tha' covidz. He was seriously ill as a youngun' from a respiratory illness and that scarred him for life. It's Pavlovian conditioning and, undoubtedly, the real measure of his faith in God. The supreme temporal Catholic prelate on the planet, and he wears a derpy little paper mask outside just like some fraidy-cat old lady who's …More
Oh no, @Hugh N. Cry Francis is mortally terrified of catchin' tha' covidz. He was seriously ill as a youngun' from a respiratory illness and that scarred him for life. It's Pavlovian conditioning and, undoubtedly, the real measure of his faith in God. The supreme temporal Catholic prelate on the planet, and he wears a derpy little paper mask outside just like some fraidy-cat old lady who's been watching waaaay too much CSNBC.