Pope Francis Sneaks Out from Vatican to Get a CD

Pope Francis is a passionate papal who is dedicated to his religion and helping others, but he also loves the things that bring him joy in life like soccer and music. To that end, the pope snuck out of the Vatican on Tuesday to visit a record store, the National Catholic Reporter said.

A reporter photographed the pontiff leaving a Rome record shop late Tuesday morning with a CD. Reuters reported.

According to Reuters, the music store is owned by close friends of the 85 year-old Argentine pontiff.

Later, the Vatican confirmed to Reuters that Pope Francis actually visited StereoSound Record Shop near the Pantheon Tuesday night to bless the shop which had just been renovated.

Pope Francis, also known as Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, was a customer of his Rome visits. He had promised his owners that he would return to Rome when he assumed the leadership of the Catholic Church. Yahoo! News reported.

Pope Francis, who loves tango and milonga music from his native Argentina, reportedly didn’t buy anything, however, the owners of the store gave him the CD which he was seen leaving with, Yahoo! News said.

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