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NOSSA HOMENAGEM FOTOGRÁFICA A SUA SANTIDADE BENTO XVI PELO SEU 85º ANIVERSÁRIO

Oremus pro Pontifice nostro Benedicto Dominus conservet eum et vivificet eum et beatum faciat eum in terra et non tradat eum in animam inimicorum eius

Oremos pelo nosso Papa Bento.
O Senhor o conserve e lhe dê vida e saúde,
O faça feliz na terra
E o guarde de todos os seus inimigos.Ámen.
Pope Benedict XVI (C) is presented with a birthday cake on his 83rd
 birthday as he is flanked by Bishop Michael J. Bransfield (L) at the 
Vatican April 16, 2010.

Pope Benedict XVI is presented with a birthday cake by members of 
the Papal Foundation, an American Catholic fundraising organization for 
papal charities, during a private audience at the Vatican, Friday, April
 16, 2010. The Vatican doesn't officially celebrate popes' birthdays. 
But on Monday, the fifth anniversary of Benedict's election as pope, 
cardinals who live in Rome will offer him a luncheon in an ornate hall 
of the papal palace.  
    
Pope Benedict XVI blesses the faithfuls during his meeting with the Diocese of Rome at the San Giovanni in Laterano Basilica in Rome, on June 13, 2011.
Pope Benedict XVI waves as he leaves after leading the holy mass of Pentecost Sunday in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican June 12, 2011. 



















































Pope Benedict XVI waves to faithful on April 17, 2010 outside St 
Paul church in Rabat during his visit to Malta. Pope Benedict XVI said 
Saturday the Roman Catholic Church had been wounded by sin as he flew to
 Malta on his first foreign trip since a wave of priest sex abuse 
scandals broke in Europe and the United States.

Pope Benedict XVI salutes faithful on April 17, 2010 outside St 
Paul church in Rabat. Pope Benedict XVI said Saturday the Roman Catholic
 Church had been wounded by sin as he flew to Malta on his first foreign
 trip since a wave of priest sex abuse scandals broke in Europe and the 
United States.

Pope Benedict XVI salutes faithful on April 17, 2010 outside St 
Paul church in Rabat. Pope Benedict XVI said Saturday the Roman Catholic
 Church had been wounded by sin as he flew to Malta on his first foreign
 trip since a wave of priest sex abuse scandals broke in Europe and the 
United States.