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Another pope miracle?

Pope Pius XII (AP Archives)
Pope Pius XII (AP Archives)

Did Pope Pius XII, sometimes seen as the pope who did very little to save the Jews during World War II, come out of afterlife "retirement" to save one woman from a cancer death sentence?

Maria Esposito, whose Stage IV Burkitt's lymphoma disappeared, thinks so. The Vatican is investigating. Pius is under consideration for sainthood, controversial due to concerns about turning a blind eye to Nazi horrors in WWII.

To be declared a saint in the Catholic faith tradition, you need a certifiable miracle.

Read AP's exclusive story on Maria Esposito's cure.

 

(AP archive photo)




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