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Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Saint Michael McGivney?

(AP):NASHVILLE, Tennessee: The Vatican's No. 2 official — making his first U.S. appearance since taking over as secretary of state last year — celebrated Mass at the Knights of Columbus annual meeting in Tennessee and pledged to work for sainthood for the group's founder.

Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone conveyed Pope Benedict XVI's "cordial greetings" and used his Mass homily Tuesday to speak about the origins of the Knights of Columbus, a fraternal organization for Catholic men considered one of the world's largest lay Catholic groups.

He praised the work of the Knights of Columbus founder, the Rev. Michael J. McGivney, and said he would work to have the U.S.-born priest declared a saint...

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