Thursday, 10 February 2011

Rome Diocese Launches John Paul II Web Page

The Diocese of Rome has launched a Web site dedicated to the beatification of Pope John Paul II, which takes place on May 1st.

Zenit reports that:
"Named Ioannes Paulus P.P. II, the site will gather information on the beatification of the Pope, and make it available in six languages: English, Spanish, French, Polish, Italian and Romanian.

The endeavor will also post information on the life of Karol Wojtyla, his thought and his devotion of Mary, the Mother of God, as well as the process of his canonization cause, and other events linked to the May 1 beatification. It will also offer documentation on the initiatives around the world that will surround the Pontiff's beatification, and promote prayers of intercession and thanksgiving.

Additionally, the site links to "Totus Tuus," which is a monthly magazine dedicated to the the Pope's cause of canonization."

This is one to add to the blogroll, methinks.

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