It has been a spiritually enriching experience, reading about the exploits of fine fellows below. Feel free to add any men of God I might have missed:
I predict they will all be dead within
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I don't have a TV but I happened to be in front of a set last December 31st and saw a New Year interview with the Archbish in which he talked about his cancer having returned, albeit in a non-aggressive manner - hence my inclusion of him in one of my lists for this year.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu probably deserves inclusion as well. He was first diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1996 and last month he announced it has returned.
Statistically speaking you are more likely to die of cancer the second time around...
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"..the Pope of Eigg" was in the habit of organising hunts for an imaginary haggis, which he encouraged with high-pitched shrieks like a peacock.."
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