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  1. PaulineOsinachi
    Jun 14, '10 9:38 am
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    Someone else had also asked me somewhere on the forums but i really cant remember where i read it from. The combination of St. Paul and Pope Benedict is not completely impossible but i dont remember consciously combining it so. I think i must have read it from somewhere

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