"The pope is for sale," ntoes the New York Daily News. Pope Benedict XVI's imminent visit to the United States has unleashed a totally expected wave of commercialism. The article notes, "Memorabilia on sale at the (St Patrick's Cathedral) Fifth Ave. house of worship ranges from a $4 Pope Benedict bookmark to a $70 commemorative medallion engraved with the Pope's likeness."
You can also find T-shirts, mugs, and there is even an online store selling bubblehead dolls of the pope.
The pope is for sale indeed. Get your Pope bobble head HERE.
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