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Pope stuns family, stops car outside home to kiss, bless disabled woman
The pope did just that, stopping the car and getting out to kiss and bless the woman as family members and neighbors looked on. According to news.va, Roberta is disabled and reliant on a machine to breathe. Her family expressed their joy at the unexpected visit. “I still can't believe it, thank you Holy Father...I thank the Pope for having given us a moment of great joy,” her sister, Pamela said.
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