Editorial by John-Henry Westen
  VATICAN CITY, December 19, 2008 ( –  Now this is not a normal news item, but a change to the Vatican website to add Google search capability needs to be pointed out.  The immense archives on the Vatican site are now searchable through a dedicated Google interface.
  Between you, me and the gatepost, the Vatican website’s old search engine was notoriously hard to figure out.  This is a change worthy of note to the many researchers and writers out there who look to LifeSiteNews for resources.
  This is an early Christmas present for researchers – have a Merry old time right here:


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