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What stars would ask new Pope

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JESSICA Soho

As Catholics welcomed Pope Francis, I cornered some celebs and asked what they would ask the new Father of the Flock, given the opportunity. 

Personally, if I got the chance, I would ask the Pope about his views on other religions. The way I see it, Catholics, Born-Again Christians, Moslems and Buddhists are just riding different boats but are all headed to the same destination: A place where they will find salvation the way they believe it should be. May Pope Francis lead the way and teach us to be more spiritual than just pious.

Vilma Santos: Pope Francis, how ready and willing are you to adjust to the computer age to strengthen and enhance the spiritual life of the youth who are all hooked on the Internet?

CES DRILON

Jessica Soho: Seriously, I would ask him to bless me first and then ask for a snapshot with him (he-he). But if I had to put on my journalist’s hat and ask a question, it would be: How would he make the Church connect better to today’s youth? If I might make a suggestion, our priests should be giving better homilies and our churches should be equipped with better sound systems.

Martin Nievera: Pope Francis, in this new world of unfathomable questions, how do we get to Heaven? Do I still have a chance?

Ces Drilon:  I would ask the Pope how he would deal with erring priests, and about the sex scandals that continue to hound the Catholic Church.

Derek Ramsay:  Why does the Vatican have so many secrets?

Vicky Morales: I would just ask him to continue being a shining example to many—and show that one can actually live an ordinary life yet be an extraordinary inspiration to others.

DEREK Ramsay

Joey Reyes: Considering his history involving the Dirty Dictatorship in his native Argentina, what is his stand regarding the participation of the Church in the machinery of governments? Would his Church focus on evangelization or on active participation of the Church in matters of political governance?

Kim Atienza:  I’d ask if he thought he’d go to heaven or hell. Seriously, the “fear hell” Catholic programming is embedded so strongly in my mind, having studied and grown up in Catholic schools, the seminary and a very Catholic family. I’d like to know if this programming is also embedded in the psyche of

JOEY Reyes

someone as lofty as the Pope.

Alice Dixson: Pope Jorge Mario Bergoglio, why did you choose the name Francis? Was this a personal choice or voted on by the church for you?


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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CYDG63W2MVGRU2YOI7HBD23EXQ Adrian

    Rubbish! Didn’t read the story, just the title. Why would I be interested in what the stars would ask the pope?

  • http://twitter.com/jluvra Jluvra

    Adrian, rubbish pala pero nag aksaya ka ng panahon mag comment..

  • maysayako

    mukhang di nagbabasa o nanunuod ng news si alice dixon! ilang beses ko nang napanuod sa tv at nabasa sa dyaryo kung bakit francis pinili nya! francis kasi after the election, one cardinal told him to always remember the poor and the first thing that came to his mind is st. francis of assisi, a known servant of the poor, so there’s your answer ms. dixon…



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