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The Buy vs. Rent Decision: Money Matters - Yahoo! Finance
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Buying or renting is a big decision that most will have to make. You will see the advantages of buying. You will also see the advantages of renting to help make your decision easier.
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Nobody said the road to sainthood would be easy. Father Edward Beck tells MSNBC if anyone deserves the fast track it’s Pope John Paul II.
“You know what, he is the Saint making Pope. He made 483 Saints canonized during his papacy. That’s more than all of his predecessors. All of them combined.”
On May 1 the late Pope John Paul II’s beatification ceremonies will begin in Rome bringing him one step closer to sainthood. (ABC)
It was under Pope John Paul II that the requirements for sainthood changed and now he’s on the fastest track yet to becoming a saint. While some are singing praise for the Catholic Church’s new route to sainthood - it still is facing some fierce critics.
“If there’s any dignity left in the Catholic Church, the beatification of Pope John Paul II, … should have followed the church’s strict guidelines for sainthood instead of fast tracking it as a political move to continue the silence of the Church’s pedophile scandal.” (NewsPress)
The road to sainthood was altered in 1983 and according to NPR the changes were significant.
“Under Pope John Paul II, it was relatively easy to attain sainthood. … the late pope made the process quicker, easier - the number of miracles required dropped from two to one - and less adversarial because he eliminated the office of the "Devil's Advocate" at the Vatican. Thus John Paul produced more saints than all the popes in the previous 500 years."
He already has two miracles to his credit, a French nun who claims her Parkinson’s disappeared after praying to Pope John Paul II and a man from Massachusetts who credits the late Pope for his ability to walk again.
“This French nun vows she was cured by the late Pope now has brought him his beatification. ‘Look at my hands,’ she says, ‘they’re no longer shaking.’ ... Joe says he then prayed hard to his spiritual healer Pope John Paul the second. ... I happened to look at the picture of Pope John Paul II and I just got up. You just got up after years of not being able to walk?” (ABC)
Because both miracles occurred before beatification he still has one more to go to reach Sainthood. But proving a miracle is a lengthy process and hundreds of submissions involving the late Pope didn’t make the cut. A writer for the Huffington Post - and a critic of the fast track to sainthood, says the overall decision needs a second look.
“Sainthood, fundamentally, should be black and white. While no supporter of a saintly candidate can claim the contender lived a pristine life, they must make the case that all of their earthly contributions helped people -- and that they did nothing to potentially hurt people."
Crowds of more than 300,000 are expected at the beatification services and a vial of Pope John Paul II’s blood will be used as the relic for veneration and placed in a church in the pope’s native country, Poland after the ceremony.
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