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New Mexican (Newspaper) - February 6, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico Sunday February THE NEW MEXICAN A3 bunaay teoruary o TNS NBH MEAKWI A Pope might be well enough to speak today The Associated Press VATICAN CITY Pope John Paul II was strong enough to turn the pages of written greetings Saturday and speak in a clear voice a visitor said But still hospital ized and recovering from the flu the pontiff sent an emis sary to read a speech in his name at the Vatican In a hopeful sign the 84yearold pontiff would be well enough on Sunday to say a few words to a public appre hensive about his health giant video screens were ordered to be set up in St Peters Square where thousands of faithful were expected to gather to pray for his recovery Vatican broadcast techni cians were told to prepare for a possible video or audio connection with Gemelli Poly clinic the hospital where the pope was taken to on Tues day night by worried aides he developed breathing problems during a bout with the flu Whether the hookup with the hospital takes place depends on the popes condi tion Sunday Vatican officials indicated Bishop Vincenzo Paglia who with three other cler ics visited John Paul in his 10th floor hospital apartment described the pope as alert communicative and grateful for prayers of support You can understand him Paglia told reporters at the hospital He said the pontiff turned the pages of a letter of wellwishes signed by dozens of Christian clerics who had prayed for the pope in a hospital chapel The Italian news agency Vatican broadcast technicians were told to prepare for a possible video or audio connection with the hospital where the pope was taken to Tuesday night ANSA quoted the bishop as saying the popes voice had a clear Another churchman the Vaticans No 2 official Cardi nal Angelo Sodano expressed hope the ailing pontiff would be back at the Vatican in a few days The pope will again be at the helm of the ship of Peter with his wisdom and his the Italian news agency ANSA quoted the car dinal as saying at a religious ceremony Another Italian news agency ApcOm quoted the cardinal as saying I dont see any reason to The Vatican has said the pope is improving but has pro vided few concrete details of his daytoday progress since he was admitted with what it said was voice box spasms and an inflamed windpipe On Saturday evening John Paul watched from a TV in his hospital room a ceremony for seminarians in a Vatican auditorium a member of the papal entourage at the hospi tal said A Vatican official read the popes prepared written address to the seminarians Originally John Paul was scheduled to deliver the speech himself Shouts of Vive il papa the pope punctu ated the ceremony with semi narians and choir members at one point breaking into footstomping handclap ping rounds of chanting John Pauls name in Italian Noon Sunday is the hour the pontiff customarily appears at his studio window over looking the square and thou sands of pilgrims and Romans usually turn out to receive the popes blessing and listen to remarks about faith or cur rent events Failure to see or hear the pope at that traditional hour would likely deepen worry about the popes prospects for rebounding from his latest setback to his ailing health Oualifv CVitmta We offer allergy free cleaning preventive conditioning expert repair restoration of yVLJ carpets Oriental Cleaning Special with this ad per foot Good Thru 7805 5059891232 We were looking for a good bank We found a great business and Marianne Kapoun with Debbie Katie and Zia The Rainbow Man NEWMEXICO BANK TRUST Banking the way it used to be 150 Washington Avenue 1602 St Michaels Drive 9462500 ESTEE LAUDER GIFT TIME CHOOSE YOUR SHADES YOUR FREE GIFT This incredible Spring gift is yours free with any Estee Lauder purchase of or more Worth your gift includes A CHOICE OF SHADES ELECTRIC Intense LipCreme fullsize in Amourose or Live Wire Pure Color Nail Lacquer in Pink Clouds or Frozen Fantasy PLUS New Future Perfect AntiWrinkle Radiance Creme SPF 15 MagnaScopic Maximum Volume Mascara Artists Eye Pencil Straw Weave Mini Tote Matching Canvas Cosmetic Bag Offer good while supplies last Quantities limited One to a customer please LLJ Q ILLJ LU FOR YOUR PURCHASE MAY WE SUGGEST LLJ Q I LLJ fc LLJ Double Wear StayinPlace Makeup SPF 10 This worryfree long wearing makeup stays fresh looks natural through heat humidity nonstop activity Wont change color smudge or come off on clothes SlMp MonOtySatimlay and Sunday 124 aft DManTt tocattona m SwiM Fa Linda MM m Alanqnarqiia WhwoeH Conwr and Cottonwool your Dfflenf s Credit Card The American Card Diners Club International Mastercard and The Discover Card Dillards
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