Sede Vacante

I rang the Chapel bell for 10 minutes at 1pm in Duluth (8pm in Rome).

 

About Sister Edith

Benedictine sister of St. Scholastica Monastery, Duluth, Minnesota
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2 Responses to Sede Vacante

  1. Judy Dawson says:

    He shows his grace, humble and holy self.

  2. Monica Sawyn says:

    Such a poignant moment for all of us! He’s still alive, but he’s no longer Pope. But what a wonderful example of the call to and the need for prayer. He has made me look at my own prayer life, and made me ask myself whether I respond to God’s call to prayer as well as Pope Benedict did. I watched the replay of his departure from the Vatican. The sound of all those bells, especially the deep St. Andrew, gave me chills.

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