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Synonyms for canonized

accorded sacrosanct or authoritative standing

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Palagay ko (If he is canonized, I think yes, he would be the youngest)...' he said in an interview.
At present, Lorenzo Ruiz and Pedro Calungsod are the only Filipinos who were canonized as saints in 1987 and 2012, respectively.
The revered saint died in 1569 and was canonized by Blessed Pope Paul VI on May 31, 1970.
Frances Cabrini was beatified in 1938 and canonized in 1946 at record speed.
Given the lack of a certifiable miracle in his name, Ninoy cannot be canonized or declared a saint.
The Manila Cathedral is set to display relics of canonized popes on Thursday, June 28, coinciding with the 60th anniversary of the cathedral's rebuilding after World War II.
NNA - Hundreds of thousands of Sri Lankans crowded the Colombo seafront Wednesday as Pope Francis canonized the island's first saint in one of the biggest public gatherings the city has ever witnessed.
On April 27, two popes, John XXIII and John Paul II, will join the ranks of formally canonized saints of the Catholic church.
In his first two months as pope, Francis had canonized more saints than any pope in history.
KATERI TEKAKWITHA A Mohawk/Algonquin, who died at age 24 in 1680 near Montreal, was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on Oct.
Only a select number of these drawings ever become outfits, but even fewer become so canonized as the alien lady drawing on an oversized, sequined tee/dress, that ended up being one of 13 outfits Beyonce wears in the video for her and Lady Gaga's "Video Phone." Being one of 13 may seem like tough odds, but when you're the only fresh, peaceful alien in a slew of anonymous, hyper-sexualized pinup shorts and bustiers., it's easy to stand out.
She was allowed to enter at 15 and before her death wrote a spiritual autobiography The Story of a Soul, which was published posthumously and proved so popular demand grew for her to be canonized.
The newest addition to the distinguished "Ibis Western Mystery Tradition" series from Ibis Press, On The Prayer Of Jesus by Ignatius Brianchaninov (1807-1867--a monastic ascetic and Abbot of the Sergiev Monastery in 1834 who was canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church in 1988) and translated for English readers by Father Lazarus offers an insightful analysis into prayer as the core practice of Christian spirituality and the Hesyschasm form of devotion.
This double-edged ubiquity of psychedelic art makes it even more of a challenge to identify works and artists that can, after the fact, go toe-to-toe with those canonized through Pop, Minimalism, and Conceptualism.
Without her voices, how far would Joan of Arc have gone (canonized in 1920)?