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Relic Bearing Late Pope's Blood Stolen in Italy

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January 27, 2014
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Police on Monday were searching an Italian mountain area beloved by Pope John Paul II for a stolen relic bearing his blood. The Vatican has decried the "sacrilegious theft" from the tiny church near the Apennine mountains. (Jan. 27)


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