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The Pontifical Council of Culture pays tribute to Prince

Following the 57-years old Pop Legend, Prince’ death yesterday, the President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi paid his tribute to the Legend yesterday. Cardinal Ravasi in his tribute to Prince tweeted a line of Prince’s song, “Sometimes It Snows In April”.
He tweeted: “Sometimes, sometimes I wish that life was never ending, / All good things they say, never last.”
Prince’s  “Sometimes It Snows In April” was first performed in a movie, “Under the Cherry Moon,” in which Prince played a gigolo.
The same song was used when Christopher Tracy was mourned.
In January Cardinal Ravasi also paid tribute to David Bowie by quoting the lyrics of “Space Oddity”

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