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Pope Francis canonizes shepherd children Francsico and Jacinta
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On May 13, Pope Francis gave the Catholic Church two of its youngest saints, canonizing Jacinta and Francisco Marto, 6 and 7. The siblings are believed to have seen the Madonna 100 years ago in the Portuguese town of Fatima.
On May 13, Pope Francis gave the Catholic Church two of its youngest saints, canonizing Jacinta and Francisco Marto, 6 and 7. The siblings are believed to have seen the Madonna 100 years ago in the Portuguese town of Fatima.
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