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Published April 24, 2013 FoxNews.com Pope John Paul II could become a saint by October as the Vatican looks into another possible miracle involving him, according to Italian media reports. To be canonized, two miracles must be attributed to John Paul
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News sites on Monday reported that the late Pope John Paul II could be proclaimed a saint by October because Vatican medical experts have confirmed that a miracle has taken place through the intercession of the late pontiff. According to The Catholic
The Vatican official spearheading the push to make slain Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador a saint says the process is going forward under Pope Francis, the first Latin American pontiff. Monsignor Vincenzo Paglia as saying Tuesday the process
Smith, 66, is a declared admirer of the short-lived and famously humble pope John Paul I, who reigned for 33 days in 1978. She told reporters after meeting Francis Wednesday that when she heard the shock news Benedict XVI was to abdicate in February,
to describe an easy question to former treasurer Peter Costello from the opposition. S nothing like a good stink-up about an unlikely made-up word finding its way into the dictionary, and Heckler hopes this one eventually finds its way into the
A recent Loop item noted that outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, despite a record number of countries visited, was the only secretary in many years not to visit the Vatican except for Warren Christopher. We were relying on the official
George Entwistle's 54 days as the BBC's Director-General might be considered short, but he lasted longer than many others in high-profile jobs. He comfortably beat the 17 days David Laws managed as Chief Secretary to the Treasury before he resigned
Pope Benedict XVI says he is praying that the London Olympics promote world peace and friendship — a message the Vatican is increasingly emphasizing as it focuses renewed attention on the positive role that sports can play in society.
One of the Vatican's biggest scandals in decades widened Monday with the pope's butler arrested for allegedly having confidential documents in his home agreeing to cooperate with investigators, his lawyer said Monday. Paolo Gabriele's pledge to