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John Paul II kissing a young woman dressed in American Indian garb

Papal kisses to promote life...

On September 18, 1984, on visit to Vancouver, Canada, John Paul II kisses a young woman among the youth and ethnic groups present at the British Columbia Stadium. In his address to the young, elderly and handicapped people, JPII said:
"This evening we have come to celebrate life in Jesus Christ.
In this stadium vibrant with music and dance, as a family comprised of young and old, disabled and strong, as friends united in Christ, we praise God for the gift of life."
For a Pope to warmly kiss a young woman in public is an act that certainly does not invite Bishops, priests and seminarians to practice purity and maintain their vows and promises of chastity.



Blason de Charlemagne
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Posted June 24, 2007

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