Responsorial psalm reader at Pope’s Manila Cathedral mass gets attention for his looks

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Perhaps, Pope Francis will have a good chuckle over this.

“A young man who sang the responsorial psalm during Pope Francis’ mass at the Manila Cathedral became a local Internet sensation on Friday, January 16, for his looks and good voice,” reports ABS-CBNnews.com.

It wasn’t long before the young man was identified as Kenneth Rey Parsad.

Apparently, some netizens found an old photo of him on The Benavides, the official online publication of the University of Santo Tomas Central Seminary.
 

The report noted: “Social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook were flooded with comments about ‘the man who sang the responsorial psalm’ as the Papal mass was aired live on television on Friday morning.”

The report noted: “Social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook were flooded with comments about ‘the man who sang the responsorial psalm’ as the Papal mass was aired live on television on Friday morning.”

Photo: ABS-CBNnews.com

 

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