Bishops seek saint for Internet

Jeny Young & David Goldman noticed that CNN Has A Story on, a site launched by Italian Roman Catholics to search for a patron saint of the Internet. So far, however, the Vatican is keeping mum on whether it will indeed take up the idea of assigning a saint to the Internet.

Besides Assisi, Gabriel and Alberione, others who are leading the voting include: Saint John Bosco, a Italian priest who promoted children\’s learning in the 1800s; Maximilian Kolbe, a 20th century Polish priest who started a radio station and planned to build a film studio to spread the Gospel; and Saint Alphonsus Liguori, an 18th century prodigious letter writer and author.