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Of course FOx is going to go through the same sainting we had with Russert so it will be hard to turn on the TV over the next week or so. —
It is widely recognized around the world that neither sinning or sainting has much to do with securing food and shelter and raising an honest, happy, healthy family.
And so, in reviewing what was in our long run a rainbow trail round the curve of the world, though I shall try to write from the height of my head, making honest this document, as he would have it, without sainting his humanness, I know I shall find myself most often directed from the depth of my heart toward a bountiful estimate of his abounding lovableness, charm, and variety.
Just two months later, Pope Benedict XVI, a longtime close associate, waived the traditional five-year "cooling-off period" to kick off the process of sainting the Polish pope.