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Could today's Vatican tomb exams finally end Rome's favorite mystery?

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Jul 11, 2019.

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    July in Rome tends to be a slow time, and, given the heat waves that's gripped Europe for the last few weeks, this has been an especially languid period. Today, however, Romans will perk up all across town, because this is the day two Vatican tombs will be opened in search of the remains of Emanuela Orlandi. Orlandi was the 15 year old daughter of a clerk in the Prefecture of the Papal Household...

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    Could today's Vatican tomb exams finally end Rome's favorite mystery?
     
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