In The Fall of Hyperion, a resurrected Paul Duré encounters the Shrike, and it's stated that the Shrike removes his cruciform/resurrection parasite as a means of granting his wish for death. That leaves him with just Lenar Hoyt's cruciform on his body, meaning that when Duré dies he'd resurrect as Hoyt and also that the resurrected Hoyt will not be able to resurrect as Duré when he passes away himself.
However, in subsequent novels it's stated that Duré does in fact resurrect each time Hoyt dies, and that Hoyt/Duré still carries two cruciforms on his body. Even towards the end of Fall of Hyperion the text makes mention of Duré still having two cruciforms (without explanation), seemingly forgetting about the one that the Shrike removed.
So what's the deal? Is this just a case of the author carelessly forgetting a (fairly major) plot point? Or did Duré get a third cruciform at some point to replace the one that the Shrike removed? Or did the Shrike not really remove the second one in the first place?
Is there any canonical explanation for the seemingly magical reappearance of Duré's second cruciform?