God / Feb / Pope Gregory

Did you know the phrase "God bless you" is said to stem from concerns about the plague? On Feb. 16, 600, Pope Gregory I decreed that responding to someone's sneeze with "God bless you" would protect them from falling ill. #TodayInHistory 

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