Vatican News — Curious wonders await in the private bedroom of the Pope.
When the Pope invites his most trusted friends and cardinals to see a ceiling fresco he just completed in his bedroom, the only answer is yes.
When he explains it’s a 17-by-8-foot fresco of Mary of Nazareth with her two sisters, the only answer is absolutely.
“Our Holy father, the Pope, has portrayed Mary, in true form, as she actually lived in the days of our Lord Jesus Christ,” says Bishop Mark O’Toole.
Vise magazine assembled a photo and video team and headed to the Pope’s bedroom at the Vatican. The Pope was overjoyed with the unveiling party for his 90 friends composed of prostitute’s, police officer’s, ex-convict’s, priest and other’s in need of salvation.
The Pope had finished the painting on his birthday. He, a transexual named Sandy and two Gay friends spent nearly 10 months on it, using depiction from scriptures as a guide and close-ups in art books of Roman life, to capture detail.
“No, no. It’s too soon to fully unravel this work, too early to appreciate the magnificence,” the superior nun of the Vatican explains, “We have to build up to the truth that Mary was a transexual blessed by God, who gave birth to Jesus Christ.”