‘Why the rush?’: Some ask if Vatican should be more cautious in elevating pontiffs into saints – Washington Post

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VATICAN CITY — Four years ago, Pope John Paul II was named a saint, a step that seemingly secured the legacy for one of the towering figures of the 20th century. Instead, his papacy has come under an increasingly sharp and unsaintly critique, with
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