Pope treated to lunch for fifth anniversary of election
VATICAN CITY -- The Holy Father celebrated the fifth anniversary of his pontificate on April 19, just after returning to Rome from a busy weekend trip to the Mediterranean island of Malta. The College of Cardinals organized a lunch with the Pope as the guest of honor to mark the occasion, while the Italian Church called for a day of prayer for him.
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