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Tuesday, 5 March 2013

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Pope Benedict is having a $3.9 million papal estate mansion built in Beverly Hills. (Photo courtesy of Sylvester Stallone).

LOS ANGELES - Word out of the Vatican is that Pope Benedict XVI, has informed his press secretary Leonora Sardinia to set up a meeting with the much troubled Tinsel Town starlet Lindsay Lohan.

The pope, 85, said that last week he received a text message from Charlie Sheen asking him to intervene and see about doing something to help Lohan before she implodes.

Sheen assured the pope that he would pay all of his expenses, including air fare, lodging, souvenirs, and candles.

The pope has announced that he plans on moving to California where he is presently having a $3.9 million papal estate mansion built in Beverly Hills.

Sheen was thrilled to hear that and he texted the pontiff that he could stay at his Sherman Oaks mansion Casa Jose Cuervo until his mansion is finished.

The pope texted him back and expressed his papal gratitude but added that arrangements have already been made for him to temporarily stay at John Wayne's old Benedict Canyon estate Casa Pilgrim.

Tittle Tattle Tonight is reporting that Lindsay, 26, has said that she is certainly willing to give the pope a chance in trying to get her runaway roller coaster life back to some semblance of normalcy.

SIDENOTE: Lohan told Pico de Gallo with 3T that she is looking forward to meeting the former leader of the Catholic church and added that she has been getting into the mood by playing Bingo and watching Catholic themed motion pictures such as The Bells of St. Mary's, The Exorcist, and The Smell of Meatless Friday.

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