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Br. André makes front-page headlines

October 18, 2010
by François Gloutnay, editor of the Catholic media blog Nouvelles de l'ACPC
Would Brother André, an humble man, be shy to learn he made the front page of many Canadian dailies? See here.
The Calgary Herald carries a picture and this headline: "Brother André first Canadian-born man to become saint".

"From orphan to sainthood: Brother André canonized" writes the Toronto Star on its front page.

The Globe and Mail sets the tone: "Miracle man of Montreal canonized in Rome".

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