Scott Hahn on the connection between Benedict XVI and Celestine V

He stopped off in Aquila, Italy, and visited the tomb of an obscure medieval Pope named St. Celestine V (1215-1296). After a brief prayer, he left his pallium, the symbol of his own episcopal authority as Bishop of Rome, on top of Celestine’s tomb!

via The Sacred Page: Scott Hahn on the Pope’s Resignation.

What? That doesn’t explain everything? Well, click through to read the rest.

I am surprised at this movie, although what Dr. Hahn presents is a rather interesting clue. Regardless, this announcement as given a boon to conspiracy theorists and bloggers alike

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One Reply to “Scott Hahn on the connection between Benedict XVI and Celestine V”

  1. What’s the big deal? If I was 85, I wouldn’t want a full-time job, especially one that requires massive amounts of travel and public appearances. Give the guy a break.

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