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Monday, 10 May 2010

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Algarve - (Praia Da Iluzion): The four day stay will see Pope Benedick re-enact the tumultuous welcome the McCanns received at St Peter's in Rome in 2007.

Prayers at the Our Lady of Fatima shrine will continue to beseech for church secrecy in all matters infallible - such as Vatican cover-ups and beatifications of dodgy predecessors like Karol Wojtyla.

And while the Pontiff's entourage won't be anywhere near the Praia Da Luz resort where Madeleine vanished three years ago tapas bars everywhere are nevertheless hoping for a major slice of Vatican trade.

At their Rothley home today Kate and Gerry McCann were staying schtum as reporters hammered on the front door.

Rumors persist the couple are on the official Papal VIP list for the Fatima miracle shrine where 93 years ago this week the Virgin appeared to local children.

Some reckon Our Lady actually warned those kids about Joe Ratzinger - whose World War II involvement with the Hitler Youth has been spun as the same harmless little hobby that affected countless other Teutonic teenagers.

Clarence Mitchell is 69.

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