பழைய போப் திரும்பி விட்டார் – வாடிகனில் தனி மாளிகை, பணிவிடை செய்ய பெண்கள், இதர சௌகிரயங்கள்!

பழைய போப் திரும்பி விட்டார் – வாடிகனில் தனி மாளிகை, பணிவிடை செய்ய பெண்கள், இதர சௌகிரயங்கள்!

pope-francis-and-benedict on arrival at Vatian 02-05-2013

பழைய போப் வரவேற்கப் பட்டார்: இரண்டு போப்புகள் ஒரே இடத்தில் இருக்கலாமா, கூடாதா என்று ஏற்கெனவே சர்ச்சை ஏற்பட்டுள்ள நிலையில்[1], பழைய போப் 02-05-2013 (வியாழக்கிழமை) அன்று ஹெலிகாப்டரில் வந்து வாடிகன் நகரத்தில் இறங்கினார்[2]. பிப்ரவரி 28, 2013லிருந்து கோடைக்கால அரண்மனையான காஸ்டல் காண்டோல்ஃபோ [Castel Gandolfo, the papal summer palace] என்ற இடத்தில் தங்கிவிட்டு திரும்பியுள்ளார்[3].  புதிய போப் அவரை ஹெலிபாடிற்கே வந்து வரவேற்றார்[4], இருவரும் கட்டியணைத்துக் கொண்டனர்[5]. “நாங்கள் இருவரும் சகோதரர்கள்”, என்றார். பிறகு இருவரும் ஒன்றாக தொழச் சென்றனர். மக்கள் இருவரும் ரொட்டியைப் பிளப்பதைப் பார்த்தனர். அவர்கள் பேசிக் கொண்டிருந்ததையும் பார்த்தனர்.

Two popes met together

தங்க தனியான மாளிகை: புதிப்பிக்கப்பட்டுள்ள மாஸ்டர் எக்லிஸியா அல்லது ( Mater Ecclesiae) தலைமை பீடம் என்ற இடத்திற்குச் சென்றார்[6].  இது செயின்ட் பீடர் பேஸிலிகாவிற்குப் [Saint Peter’s Basilica] பின் புறம் உள்ளது. அங்கு வரும் பக்தர்கள், சுற்றுலாப் பயணிகள் மற்றும் ஊடகக்காரர்கள் என்று எல்லோரும் இவரை வந்து பார்க்கக் கூடும். இவருக்கு இங்கு எல்லா வசதிகளும் செய்து கொடுக்கப்பட்டுள்ளன[7]. வசதியாக இருந்து கொண்டு வேலை செய்யும் வகையில் அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. தனது சகோதரர் வருவதையும் எதிர்கொள்ளும் வகையில் ஒரு படுக்கையறையும் உள்ளது[8]. இருவரும் சேர்ந்து கத்தோலிக்க சர்ச்சின் எதிர்காலத்தைப் பற்றி பேசுவார்கள் போலும்.

Two popes met together - 2013

பணிவிடை செய்ய நான்கு பெண்கள்: தினசரி பணிவிடை செய்ய நான்கு பெண்கள் அமர்த்தப்பட்டிருக்கிறார்கள். முன்னர் நான்கு கன்னியாஸ்திரிக்கள் இருப்பார்கள் என்று சொல்லப்பட்டது. இருப்பினும் அவர்கள் நன்றாக கவனித்துக் கொள்வார்கள் என்று தெரிகிறது. இங்கு அவருக்கென்று பிரத்யேகமாக வழிபாடு செய்ய சர்ச் / சேபல், படிக்க நூலகம் என்று எல்லாமே உள்ளன[9]. மற்றவற்றைப் பற்றி – ஆரோக்யம், மருத்துவம், பொழுது போக்கு – விவரிக்க வேண்டிய அவசியம் இல்லை. சௌகரியமான இடம் என்று அதிகாரிகள் அறிவித்துள்ளனர். போப் கோடை மாளிகையிலிருந்து, திரும்பி வருதற்குள் இந்த ஏற்பாடுகள் எல்லாம் செய்யப்பட்டுள்ளன.

Pope topless - air blows away cape

ஐயோ தொப்பி பறந்து போ விட்டதே?

Pope topless - air blows away cape2

 

அட, என் தொப்பியும் பறந்து விட்டது, என்ன ஒற்றுமை!

Pope topless - air blows away cape -children look with fun

 

வேடிக்கைப் பார்க்கும் குழந்தைகள்!

இரண்டு போப்புகள் ஒரேநேரத்தில் இருக்க முடியாது: இரண்டு தலைச்சிறந்த இறையியல் வல்லனர்கள் போப் பெனிடிக்டை சந்திந்து, ராஜினாமாவை வாபஸ் பெற்றுக் கொள்ளும்படி அறிவுறுத்தினர். ஏனெனில், போப் என்பவர் என்றுமே பதவி விலக முடியாது அல்லது ராஜினாமா செய்ய முடியாது என்படு அவர்களது வாதம். சுருக்கமாக சொன்னால், ஒரு போப் உயிரோடு இருக்கும் போது, அடுத்தவர் போப்பாக முடியாது. ஆனால், 1990களில் போப் இரண்டு பாதிப்புகளினின்று (mild strokes) தப்பியுள்ளார். அவரது தந்தை மற்றும் சகோதரி அத்தகைய உபாதைகளினால் இறந்துள்ளனர். பாதுகாப்பிற்காக ஆஸ்பிரினை தினமும் சாப்பிட்டு வந்தார். இதனால், கால்மூட்டி வலியும் (osteoarthritis in his knees) இருந்து வருகின்றது. மேலே ஏறுவதற்கு, நகரும் படிகட்டுகளும் ஏற்பாடு செய்யப்பட்டிருந்தது[10]. மேலும் இவ்வாறு ஒரு வயதான, முதியவரான, தள்ளாடும் போப்பை உலகத்திற்குக் காட்ட நேரிடும் போது, கிருத்துவர்கள் லாயக்கற்ற ஒருவரைத் தலைவராக வைத்திருக்கிறார்கள் என்ற எண்ணமும் எழக்கூடும். ஏனெனில் இன்றை நவீன காலகட்டத்தில், இளைஞர்களைக் கவர, இளைமைத் தோற்றம் கொண்ட, அனைவரையும் அடக்கிக்கி ஆளக்கூடிய அதாவது தனது கட்டுக்குள் வைத்திருக்கும் போப்பைத்தான் கிருத்துவர்கள் எதிர்பார்த்தார்கள். எப்படியோ எல்லாம் தீர்மானம் ஆகிவிட்டது.

 

© வேதபிரகாஷ்

05-05-2013


[3] On the afternoon of May 2, 2013, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI departed Castel Gandolfo, the papal summer palace where he had been staying since his resignation on February 28, to return to the Vatican.

[8] As Robert Moynihan reports, upon seeing his new home, Benedict declared, “The house is comfortable, one can work well here.” Benedict can also look forward to visits from his older brother, Msgr. Georg Ratzinger, for whom a guest bedroom has been prepared.

http://catholicism.about.com/b/2013/05/03/pope-emeritus-benedict-returns-to-the-vatican.htm

[9] Benedict’s life at Mater Ecclesiae will be quiet, accompanied only by Archbishop Gänswein and four consecrated women (not nuns, as some news sources have incorrectly reported) who will run the household. In addition to the small chapel where he will celebrate Mass and pray, the Pope Emeritus has a piano and a library stocked with the books that kept close as both cardinal and pope.

http://catholicism.about.com/b/2013/05/03/pope-emeritus-benedict-returns-to-the-vatican.htm

[10] Ratzinger survived two mild strokes in the early 1990s. Both his father and sister died of strokes. The pope takes aspirin as a preventive medicine. He is plagued by osteoarthritis in his knees, especially the right one. Walking is getting more difficult for him, and he now uses a rolling platform, which he mounts upon entering St. Peter’s Basilica, such as when he is wearing heavy garments.

http://www.examiner.com/article/pope-benedict-battles-prophecies-and-an-antipope-successpr

 

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  1. vedaprakash Says:

    Benedict XVI returns to Vatican for first time
    Friday – 5/3/2013, 4:54am ET
    http://www.wtop.com/220/3307672/Benedict-XVI-returns-to-Vatican-for-first-time

    FILE – Pope Benedict XVI leaves after greeting the faithful from the balcony window of the papal summer residence of Castel Gandolfo, the scenic town where he will spend his first post-Vatican days and made his last public blessing as pope,Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013. Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi said Tuesday April 30, 2013 that retired Pope Benedict XVI is moving into his new retirement home in the Vatican gardens on Thursday. Benedict has been living at the papal residence in Castel Gandolfo, in the hills south of Rome, ever since he resigned on Feb. 28. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino, file)
    NICOLE WINFIELD
    Associated Press

    VATICAN CITY (AP) — Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI came home to the Vatican on Thursday for the first time since he resigned Feb. 28, beginning an unprecedented era for the Catholic Church of having a retired pontiff living alongside a reigning one.

    Pope Francis welcomed Benedict outside his new retirement home — a converted monastery on the edge of the Vatican gardens — and the two immediately went into the adjoining chapel to pray together, the Vatican said.

    The Vatican said Benedict, 86, was pleased to be back and that he would — as he himself has said — “dedicate himself to the service of the church above all with prayer.” Francis, the statement said, welcomed him with “brotherly cordiality.”

    A photo released by the Vatican showed the two men, arms clasped and both smiling, standing inside the doorway of Benedict’s new home as Benedict’s secretary looks on.

    Unlike the live, door-to-door Vatican-provided television coverage that accompanied Benedict’s emotional farewell in February, the Vatican provided no television images of his return Thursday.

    The low-key approach followed the remarkable yet somewhat alarming images transmitted on March 23 when Francis went to visit Benedict at the papal retreat in Castel Gandolfo, south of Rome, where Benedict was living. In that footage, Benedict appeared visibly more frail and thinner only three weeks after resigning.

    Some Vatican officials questioned whether those images should have been released, given how frail Benedict appeared. Thursday’s photo showed no obvious signs of further decline.

    The Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, has acknowledged Benedict’s post-retirement decline but has insisted the 86-year-old German isn’t suffering from any specific ailment and is just old.

    “He is a man who is not young: He is old and his strength is slowly ebbing,” Lombardi said this week. “However, there is no special illness. He is an old man who is healthy.”

    Benedict chose to leave the Vatican immediately after his resignation to physically remove himself from the process of electing his successor and from Pope Francis’ first weeks as pontiff.

    His absence also gave workers time to finish up renovations on the monastery tucked behind St. Peter’s Basilica that until last year housed groups of cloistered nuns who were invited for a few years at a time to live inside the Vatican to pray.

    In the compact, four-story building, Benedict will live with his personal secretary, Monsignor Georg Gaenswein, and the four consecrated women who look after him, preparing his meals and tending to the household. The building also has a small library, a study and a guest room for when his brother, Monsignor Georg Ratzinger, comes to visit.

    “It is certainly small but well-equipped,” Lombardi said.

    When Benedict announced his intention to resign — the first pontiff to do so in 600 years — questions immediately swirled about the implications of having two popes living alongside one another inside the Vatican.

    Benedict fueled those concerns when he chose to be called “emeritus pope” and “Your Holiness” rather than “emeritus bishop of Rome.” He also raised eyebrows when he chose to continue wearing the white cassock of the papacy.

    Given the political intrigues that plague the Vatican, it wasn’t much of a stretch of the imagination to wonder if some cardinals, bishops and monsignors — not to mention ordinary Catholics — might continue making Benedict their point of reference rather than the new pope.

    But Benedict made clear on his final day as pope that he was renouncing the job and pledged his “unconditional reverence and obedience” to his then-unknown successor. It was a pledge he repeated in person on March 23 when Francis went to have lunch with him.

    It was during that visit that the world saw how weak Benedict had become: Always a man with a purposeful walk, he shuffled tentatively that day, using his cane.

    Francis, for his part, seems utterly unfazed by the novel situation. He has frequently invoked Benedict’s name and work and has called him on a half-dozen occasions, making clear he has no intention of ignoring the fact that there’s another pope still very much alive and now living on the other side of the garden.

    Francis’ gestures to Benedict during that March 23 visit were also remarkable: He refused to pray on the special papal kneeler in the small chapel of Castel Gandolfo, preferring to join Benedict on a kneeler in the pews, and referring to his predecessor as his “brother.”

    Now that they’re neighbors, they might bump into one another on walks in the Vatican gardens or at the shrine to the Madonna, which is just a stone’s throw from Benedict’s new home.

  2. vedaprakash Says:

    Benedict returns to Vatican for first time, meets with new pope and moves into new house

    BY NICOLE WINFIELD, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MAY 2, 2013

    STORYPHOTOS ( 2 )

    FILE- In this March 23, 2013 file photo provided by the Vatican paper L’Osservatore Romano, Pope Francis, right, and Pope emeritus Benedict XVI meet in Castel Gandolfo. Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi said Tuesday April 30, 2013 that retired Pope Benedict XVI is moving into his new retirement home in the Vatican gardens on Thursday. Benedict has been living at the papal residence in Castel Gandolfo, in the hills south of Rome, ever since he resigned on Feb. 28 (AP Photo/Osservatore Romano, HO)
    VATICAN CITY – Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI came home to the Vatican on Thursday for the first time since he resigned Feb. 28, beginning an unprecedented era for the Catholic Church of having a retired pontiff living alongside a reigning one.

    Pope Francis welcomed Benedict outside his new retirement home — a converted monastery on the edge of the Vatican gardens — and the two immediately went into the adjoining chapel to pray together, the Vatican said.

    The Vatican said Benedict, 86, was pleased to be back and that he would — as he himself has said — “dedicate himself to the service of the church above all with prayer.” Francis, the statement said, welcomed him with “brotherly cordiality.”

    A photo released by the Vatican showed the two men, arms clasped and both smiling, standing inside the doorway of Benedict’s new home as Benedict’s secretary looks on.

    Unlike the live, door-to-door Vatican-provided television coverage that accompanied Benedict’s emotional farewell in February, the Vatican provided no television images of his return Thursday.

    The low-key approach followed the remarkable yet somewhat alarming images transmitted on March 23 when Francis went to visit Benedict at the papal retreat in Castel Gandolfo, south of Rome, where Benedict was living. In that footage, Benedict appeared visibly more frail and thinner only three weeks after resigning.

    Some Vatican officials questioned whether those images should have been released, given how frail Benedict appeared. Thursday’s photo showed no obvious signs of further decline.

    The Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, has acknowledged Benedict’s post-retirement decline but has insisted the 86-year-old German isn’t suffering from any specific ailment and is just old.

    “He is a man who is not young: He is old and his strength is slowly ebbing,” Lombardi said this week. “However, there is no special illness. He is an old man who is healthy.”

    Benedict chose to leave the Vatican immediately after his resignation to physically remove himself from the process of electing his successor and from Pope Francis’ first weeks as pontiff.

    His absence also gave workers time to finish up renovations on the monastery tucked behind St. Peter’s Basilica that until last year housed groups of cloistered nuns who were invited for a few years at a time to live inside the Vatican to pray.

    In the compact, four-story building, Benedict will live with his personal secretary, Monsignor Georg Gaenswein, and the four consecrated women who look after him, preparing his meals and tending to the household. The building also has a small library, a study and a guest room for when his brother, Monsignor Georg Ratzinger, comes to visit.

    “It is certainly small but well-equipped,” Lombardi said.

    When Benedict announced his intention to resign — the first pontiff to do so in 600 years — questions immediately swirled about the implications of having two popes living alongside one another inside the Vatican.

    Benedict fueled those concerns when he chose to be called “emeritus pope” and “Your Holiness” rather than “emeritus bishop of Rome.” He also raised eyebrows when he chose to continue wearing the white cassock of the papacy.

    Given the political intrigues that plague the Vatican, it wasn’t much of a stretch of the imagination to wonder if some cardinals, bishops and monsignors — not to mention ordinary Catholics — might continue making Benedict their point of reference rather than the new pope.

    But Benedict made clear on his final day as pope that he was renouncing the job and pledged his “unconditional reverence and obedience” to his then-unknown successor. It was a pledge he repeated in person on March 23 when Francis went to have lunch with him.

    It was during that visit that the world saw how weak Benedict had become: Always a man with a purposeful walk, he shuffled tentatively that day, using his cane.

    Francis, for his part, seems utterly unfazed by the novel situation. He has frequently invoked Benedict’s name and work and has called him on a half-dozen occasions, making clear he has no intention of ignoring the fact that there’s another pope still very much alive and now living on the other side of the garden.

    Francis’ gestures to Benedict during that March 23 visit were also remarkable: He refused to pray on the special papal kneeler in the small chapel of Castel Gandolfo, preferring to join Benedict on a kneeler in the pews, and referring to his predecessor as his “brother.”

    Now that they’re neighbours, they might bump into one another on walks in the Vatican gardens or at the shrine to the Madonna, which is just a stone’s throw from Benedict’s new home.

    Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/new-era-for-the-vatican/index.html/Benedict+comes+home+house+pope+unprecedented+phase+begins/8326143/story.html#ixzz2SPEDdBUK

  3. vedaprakash Says:

    Oops, Pope goes topless! Pontiff’s skull cap blows away in the wind as he leaves St Peter’s Square
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2316308/Oops-Pope-Francis-goes-topless-Pontiffs-skull-cap-blows-away-wind.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490

    A strong gust of wind lifted Pope Francis’ cap from his head
    Two children from Ireland were among 44 confirmed by pope in ceremony
    Pope Benedict also had his skull cap blown from his head in 2006
    By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
    PUBLISHED: 23:14 GMT, 28 April 2013 | UPDATED: 13:03 GMT, 29 April 2013

    A sudden gust of wind blew Pope Francis’s white skull cap – or zucchetto – from his head yesterday as he left St Peter’s Square in Rome after a ceremony in which he confirmed 44 children from around the world.
    A crowd of 70,000 watched the event, part of the Year of Faith celebrations,during which Francis asked for prayers for victims of the Bangladesh factory collapse.
    Scroll down for video

    A gust of wind blew off Pope Francis’s skull cap as he leaves St Peter’s Square at the Vatican after a ceremony in which he confirmed 44 children form around the world
    It is not the first time a gust of wind has blown the white skull cap off a pope’s head as Pope Benedict XVI suffered the same fate seven years ago.
    Pope Benedict lost his cap as he crossed Bells Arch in the Vatican City for the general Audience at St. Peter’s Square in May 2006.
    On that occasion the zucchetto was caught by one of the Pope’s aides.

    Pope Benedict XVI was surprised by a gust of wind as he crossed Bells Arch in the Vatican City for the general Audience at St. Peter’s Square in May 2006
    Among those being confirmed by Pope Francis today included Emily Mulcahy and Edmond Roche, of Cork, in Ireland.
    The day was described as ‘unbelievable’ by Emily’s father Paul, who saw his daughter blessed by the new Pontiff.

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    He said: ‘It was unbelievable. It’s very difficult to put something like this into words. I was very emotional at times.
    ‘It was just very overwhelming. There were thousands of people at it. It was like when they announced the Pope was elected. It was absolutely incredible. When Pope Francis began to speak, you could hear a pin drop.’

    Irish children Edmond Roche, (right), and Emily Mulcahy, (left) were among the 44 children confirmed by Pope Francis during a ceremony in St Peter’s Square at the Vatican
    Mr Mulcahy said he believes the Confirmation hasn’t sunk in with his daughter. He remarked: ‘It’s been such a roller coaster ride. We’re just walking on a high. She went up and was confirmed.
    He blessed her and she walked back down. He met her with the other children before it and he shook her hand and said hello.’
    Emily chose the Confirmation name Bridget, while Edmond, appropriately enough, went for Francis.
    The students – who are both altar servers – were chosen during draws in their parishes.
    The diocese of Cloyne was invited by the Vatican to choose a boy and a girl to take part in the unique ceremony, just six weeks into the new Pope’s pontificate.

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