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Blessed John Paul II? Late Pope to be Beatified on April 2, 2010 Comments

The reliable Polish Daily report indicates that the Congregation for the Cause of the Saints has already concluded the process. Continue Reading

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  1. arji benjamin jc
    5 years ago

    This is a good news. we should all pray that 2nd april 2010 becomes a is good to be good. it is our time testify to his deeds. thanks a lot.

  2. Margaret Mary Young
    5 years ago

    I personally think this is too soon! Vatican II is moving too quickly....PJPII mingled with other religions and their heads...didn't stay away and really take a clear stance on WE, the Roman Catholic Faith is the one true religion! He also "created" the Luminious mysteries for the rosary! Unheard of!! Only Our Blessed Mother gave Saint Dominic the rosary, and the Glorious, Sorrowful and Joyful Mysteries! I refuse to say those Luminous mysteries! Not many people do anyway! He cannot go around and add to our one true devotion given by the Blessed Mother! Who was PopeJohn Paul II trying to fool? Good man, but I would never call him a saint! So what are the so called miracles he has performed? Only GOD has the say in this!!! He was liberal in the church...afraid to make Vatican I our one true foundation!! At least Pope Benedict is trying to get us back on track!!! This beatification is going too far!!!

  3. Art
    5 years ago

    "Santo Subito", this is the best news the world's received so far in XXI century. If only true...

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