canon

(redirected from canonization)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

canon

(1) Dogma, see there.
(2) Paradigm, see there.
(3) Working rule, see there.
References in periodicals archive ?
The last two chapters examine the canonization of the two most famous Victorian women poets, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Christina Rossetti.
But to make the case that the funds allocated to Dorothy's canonization is a misappropriation better spent on the poor is to ignore the fact that the Pentagon spends much more money every nine seconds than would be used to formally acknowledge what most of us in the Catholic Worker movement already know: that Dorothy Day is certainly in the company of the saints.
Several months ago, the Holy Father paved the way for the canonization of Blessed John XXIII, authorizing the process without the need for a second miracle.
Gee led 25 parishioners, five Native American women from Alaska, two Native American women from Colorado and 10 other Catholics from as far away as Florida and Texas on a pilgrimage to Rome to witness the canonization at St.
One of its many virtues is its accessibility to the non-Latin reader, opening the often colorful texts of the canonization processes.
The religious significance of attending the canonization Mass is profound.
Gary has already begun teaching the song in schools across the country, so that come October, we will have choirs from far and wide across Australia who will be able to join in and sing during the canonization," said Sister Mary.
Mapping world literature; international canonization and transnational literatures.
All apply directly to the Coplans conundrum: how to assess Smithson, and whether canonization finally stands waiting in the wings.
Scribes and Schools: The canonization of the Hebrew Scriptures.
Like so many in his Saugus parish, and around the country, he prays each day for the canonization of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha.
It was inspired by the canonization of Joan of Arc in 1920, nearly five centuries after her death in 1431.