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11-April-2007: I have completed general cleanup for wording, tone, punctuation and links, tagged in July 2006. The archaic use of "repaired" was changed as "moved" to Rome. Article titles were bolded (redirection from "Pierre Favre" and "Pierre Lefevre"). The POV excessive praises from the Catholic Encyclopedia were converted to neutral statements of facts ("thankless task" to "difficult task" etc.). As "Saint" Peter Faber, some veneration still remains in the article, but I think the tone is close to neutral. I am removing the former Wiki tag for "cleanup-July-2006" at this point. -Wikid77 12:52, 11 April 2007 (UTC)
The text, being taken from the Catholic Encyclopediy of 1913 (!!), is still very biased (numerous mentions of Protestantism as "heresy"). With English not being my first language, I have to ask somebody else to write an entirely new text. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 21:57, 29 September 2007 (UTC)