Pope set for live link-up at Murrayfield in Scotland, UK
According to the report, talks with the stadium are believed to have already taken place with a view to staging the event on 2 July. The Vatican is understood to have told Mr Geldof that the Pope will be unable to attend in person, but that he could appear in a live link-up from Rome on a giant video screen set up in the stadium. There are also suggestions that Nelson Mandela could appear via a similar live link. Full Story
Photo: Sir Bob Geldof is eager for Pope Benedict, pictured, to conduct a mass at Murrayfield stadium to coincide with the Make Poverty History march at the start of July. Picture: Franco Origlia/Getty Images
It would be great to see Archbishop Desmond Tutu participating too.
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