- — Archdiocese of SF (@ArchdioceseSF)Mon, Feb 11 2013 07:11:27
- — Iya S. Santos (@iyassantos)Mon, Feb 11 2013 04:22:42Praying for the Pope's good health! Hopefully, the next one is physically stronger and as spiritually driven as Pope Benedict XVI. @Pontifex
- — Matt Estrada (@matt3boii)Mon, Feb 11 2013 04:33:36Benedict to step down at the end of the month; new pope by mid march. Oh man! Just gives me another reason to visit rome again.
- — Joybelyn Mendoza (@JoyBeLyn)Mon, Feb 11 2013 05:04:14One can consider Pope Benedict's resignation an act of unselfishness, genuine love and concern for the state of the church today.
- — nongnong tuazon (@nong2nong)Mon, Feb 11 2013 05:04:39Must be a very necessary decision to make. Pope Benedict must have cried a lot! We should pray for him. And for his successor too!
- — Leiandrea Maria (@leiandreamaria)Mon, Feb 11 2013 05:15:38Pope Benedict, with his traditionalist views, set the church back 50 years. He basically erased the progress Pope John Paul II made.
- — Shawn Morel (@strangemonad)Mon, Feb 11 2013 05:48:25I for one am glad @Pontifex Benedict is redesigning. John Paul II was a great unifier and modernizer. Benedict undid and marginalized
- — Nick Occhipinti (@nyocean)Mon, Feb 11 2013 06:07:38Over half of the trending topics are about the Pope Benedict resigning on Feb. 28th. Wow...holy smokes 4real...when they pick the new one...