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I fully agree that material like this one should never be used as a source for a WP article on a topic linked to religion. It cannot be viewed as reliable. What is really strange is that previous versions of this story never mentioned Jorge Mario Bergoglio but now that he has become Pope of the Roman Catholic Charch his name appear in the story. Finally what is even more strange is that Dr. Zugibe (ot the other physicians and scientifics involved in this story) never took the time to publish their extraordinary findings in a peer reviewed medical or scientific ournal. It is even impossible to find any copy of fac-simile of their reports on web. Did these reports at least have a real existence? --Lebob (talk) 13:02, 9 March 2015 (UTC)