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Benedict XVI Resignation and Prayer - Dr. Miravalle: Mcasts192

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Dr. Mark Miravalle on the day that Pope Benedict announced that he will resign at the end of this month, praises the pope for his courageous leadership and exhorts us to not speculate much about whether or not he should have resigned but to pray for him and that the Holy Spirit will guide the College of Cardinals during the next conclave to choose the pope best suited for our difficult times. To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to

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  1. Maria Fernandes
    2 years ago

    I wholly agree, the Pope needs our prayer & we need to also pray for the next Pope.. remember everything that happens is the handwork of our Father in Heaven & we must stand united & firm to support our Pope in his decision & pray for the entire Church & this world for redemption from sin & to Our Blessed Mother to guide us all through these difficult times when our faith is being questioned by non-believers and tried at every turn and point.

  2. Lillian Topan
    2 years ago

    Thankyou for your explanation and for your call to prayer. May Pope Benedict XVI be blessed and protected and be supported for his courage and humility and may his successor be like him a Marian Pope.

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