From The New York Post:
The remains of famous TV Catholic bishop Fulton Sheen can be moved from the Big Apple to Peoria, Ill., according to a recent appeals-court ruling — but St. Patrick’s Cathedral says the decision is dead wrong.
The body of Bishop Sheen, who died roughly 40 years ago, has rested in a crypt at the venerable Manhattan church for years. But Sheen’s Yonkers-based niece, Joan Sheen Cunningham, sued in 2016 to move his remains to his hometown because the Midwestern parish is willing to push for his sainthood. Peoria church officials have said that according to Vatican rules, an application for sainthood must be made in the parish in which the body resides. [caution, tabloid]
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