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‘This is not the Church of God,’ man yells at pope

By Reuters
05 February 2022   |   4:05 pm
A man interrupted Pope Francis' general audience at the Vatican on Wednesday, shouting "This is not the Church of God" in English and waving a medical mask he had removed from his face before being taken away by police, a Reuters witness said.

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