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The canonization of John XXIII in the context of Vatican II

October 2, 2013
VCII picIn a recent interview with ZENIT, Salt and Light's Sebastian Gomes reflected on the significance of Pope John's upcoming canonization in the context of the 50th anniversary celebrations of Vatican II.  What does "the Good Pope's" canonization mean for a generation of Catholics who came of age long after the Council closed?  Read the full interview here:
John XXIII and Vatican II: Salt and Light Producer Weighs In on Canonization of Pope Who Opened Council
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