January 2, 2013

Giving Paul VI a Second Look

William Doino, First Things

When the Vatican recently announced its new candidates for sainthood, there was a remarkable name on its list: Pope Paul VI.

On December 20, 2012, Pope Benedict declared Paul a Christian of “heroic virtue,” granting him the title, “Venerable.” Paul VI is now one approved miracle away from beatification, and a second from formal canonization.

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