Your cover story on the Royal Ontario Museum and its display of the so-called James ossuary was intriguing (“Cash box,” March 28). But whether or not the box was real, I believe that artifacts owned by private collectors or artifacts dealers should never be put on display, and certainly not as a centrepiece of a blockbuster exhibition.
IN THE FINAL DAYS, the man who was never afraid to speak was reduced to silence, the papacy that reached out across the globe confined to a bedroom overlooking St. Peter’s Square. But to more than a billion faithful, Pope John Paul II remained aBy BRIAN BERGMAN6 min
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