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Perspectives Daily - February 10, 2014

February 10, 2014
Today on Perspectives: Pope Francis knows the Santa Marta Masses have become a bit of a hot ticket in Rome, but says Mass it should not be, Mass is not a social event. Pope Francis also accepted an invitation to visit Sri Lanka. In Canada, Antigonish, Nova Scotia takes the next step in healing after a sex abuse crisis, and the B.C. Supreme Court rules that an Alzheimer's patient cannot be denied food and water, even though she cannot feed herself.
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