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Persepectives Daily - December 5th 2013

December 5, 2013
Today on Perspectives Daily:
- Ancient Bibles and Biblical texts from the Oxford and Vatican libraries are now avaliable to the general public for the first time online
- 8 new ordinations in the Philippine diocese of Palo amisdt the runion left by typhoon Haiyan
- Pope begin the discussion on Curia reform
- the What-So-Ever You Do statue by Toronto artist Timothy Schmalz stolen from a Toronto Chruch
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