Healing of Colombian man could pave way for John Paul II canonization
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Well, if the rules set up by the Church are followed, and the Vicar of Christ proclaims the sainthood of the person,  then you cannon question it.  The saint may get a feast on the calendar for the Universal Church.  It would lead to the person being publicly venerated and whose lives, at least after the conversion, or heroic act, can be looked upon as a model of Christian virtue. 
  In JPII's case, regardless of whether he has obtained the Beatific Vision or not, his public life gives so much proof that there is no way that he could be a credible candidate for Catholic sainthood.  We, of course, pray for the repose of his soul, but his actions have spoken louder than his words, even the words that were true to Catholic teaching.  The scandals cannot be put aside, not to mention his support of VII.

Joe
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Re: Healing of Colombian man could pave way for John Paul II canonization - by joe17 - 07-21-2012, 04:59 PM



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