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En s'adressant au monde, le souverain pontife dira : [beaucoup moins que]Cette beatification est un grand message de paix, un appel pour faire progresser les aspirations a vivre en paix [beaucoup plus grand que], relevant que l'eglise [beaucoup moins que]veut temoigner son engagement a continuer sa mission dans la concorde et la fraternite[beaucoup plus grand que].
The Beatification Ceremony began at 10 am with a solemn Eucharistic celebration at St.
The province said details on the beatification ceremony, including ceremony time, will be released in the coming weeks; those interested in receiving details by email can sign up at
Tagle reminded the prelates their "great responsibility" in the cause of Willman's beatification and canonization as well as the "importance and seriousness" of their tasks.
Benedict returned to the steps of St Peter's Basilica for Paul's outdoor beatification Mass in a potent symbol of the continuity of the church, despite differences in style and priorities that were so evident in the synod meetings this week.
The archdiocese expects more than 1,500 people, including members of the sister's family and Mencer, to be on hand for the beatification Mass.
According to the BBC, the beatification ceremony will be held at the Vatican on 19 October.
Three years ago, preparations for John Paul's beatification included a prayer vigil on Rome's Circus Maximus field for tens of thousands of people.
The second miracle attributed to John Paul's intercession is the inexplicable curing of a woman from Costa Rica who prayed to him for help with her medical condition on the day of his beatification. Details of that miracle were due to be announced in Costa Rica on Friday.
In other correspondence Mr Coffey said such a beatification could be linked to the 90th anniversary of the 1891 Rerum Novarum, an open letter from Pope Leo XIII addressing the condition of the working classes.
Skubis made the point that not only did the research into Stefczyk's life need to be meticulous and extremely thorough, the final step to beatification cannot be taken without the church attributing a miracle to Stefczyk's intercession.
A place of honour was reserved for Sister Marie Simon-Pierre Normand, a French nun who suffered from Parkinson's disease but whose inexplicable cure has been attributed to John Paul's intercession with God to perform a miracle, thus permitting the beatification to go ahead.