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accorded sacrosanct or authoritative standing

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Scot John Ogilvie, who died in 1615, was the last Briton to be canonised in 1976.
The three children the pope canonised before a crowd of tens of thousands in St.
She is expected to be canonised in Rome on September 4.
Following the first India-born Catholic saint, Sr Alphonsa whose tomb is in Bharananaganam in Kerala's Kottayam district, the state will have two more saints canonised by Pope Francis in Rome on November 23 -- Fr Kuriakose Elias Chavara and Sr Euphrasia, the latter widely known in Kerala as Sr Evuprasiamma.
Gusmini is from the town of Lovere, particularly a street named Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, who is also being canonised on Sunday.
Peter's Basilica which was decked with portraits of those being canonised.
It can surely only be a matter of time before Ramsay is canonised.
No English person who has lived since the 16th century, when many Catholics were killed during the Reformation, has been canonised.
Padre Pio, a mystical Italian Capuchin monk famous for his bleeding stigmata and miraculous healing powers, is a recent and popular addition to the pantheon, formally canonised by the Pope in 2002.
(ENI) -- Pope John Paul II has canonised Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer, the founder of Opus Dei, an organization of lay people that has stirred as much admiration as controversy in the Roman Catholic Church.
Pope John Paul II has canonised 455 saints in his period in office - more than any other Pope.
This principle revolutionised economics and economic organization; it also tore both from links with objective morality--Now the Enlightenment canonised the selfishness of the rich."
Pope Francis and his retired predecessor Benedict were cheered by a million in Rome as they canonised reformer John XXIII and the conservative John Paul II - seen as honouring opposing wings of the Church.
Pope John XXIII, who died in 1963, will also be canonised at the same time, even though a second miracle has not been attributed to him.
John XXII, born Angelo Roncalli, led the Catholic Church from 1958-63 and will be canonised even without having a miracle to his credit.