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    the family had been painryg to John Paul II, who had died just a few months before, when Esposito was diagnosed in July 2005. But as di Maio recounts it, John Paul appeared to him in a dream one night and said he couldn’t help Esposito but showed a photo of a slim, bespecled [sic] prelate who could. *Sigh* Come, now. The article continues Dr. Ann S. LaCasce, an assistant professor of medicine at the Harvard Medical School’s lymphoma program and affiliated Dana Farber Cancer Institute, said Esposito’s speedy recovery wasn’t all that remarkable. “’Not surprising at all,’ LaCasce said after reviewing the protocol Esposito received. The key is this aggressive, multi-agent chemotherapy regimen that she got. It doesn’t sound like a miracle at all. She did great, as expected.’”It would not astonish me to learn that the late Pope Pius XII is a great saint in Heaven. Were he one day to be beatified, it would not seem at all inappropriate to me. In fact, I would have vastly fewer qualms about his beatification than I had about the beatifications of Pope Pius IX, Pope John XXIII, and Pope John Paul II, bless their hearts. In fact, in Pius XII’s case I would have no qualms at all. But this isn’t a miracle, apparently, and this story is kooky. Beatify Pius but not because of this. Beatify him because of the miracle of the beautiful life he lead and the miracle of the glittering papacy he gave to the world. If Pius IX and John XXIII are called blessed, surely we can say at least the same of Pius XII. Surely.

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