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Saint

(sānt),
Charles F.M., 20th-century South African surgeon. See: Saint triad.
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The Muslim element of Mary's final home and of de Mandat-Grancey's life--she served served poor and needy Muslims in Turkey--could justify a more accelerated path to sainthood, according to Quatman.
Morley - spent the past five months researching for the new exhibit, "Exploring Sanctity: Paths to Sainthood Unveiled.
But he didn't do half as much as Lech Walesa or Mikhail Gorbachev, yet there's no chance of them achieving sainthood.
Pope John Paul II: Toward Sainthood also documents the remarkable, and sometimes painful, moments of the Pope's pontificate, how greatly he was esteemed all over the world and his influence on some of the seismic events of the 20th century.
Peter's Square marking the last step before sainthood is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of people, harkening back to the funeral of the charismatic pope in 2005, one of the biggest media events of the new century.
Renard's desire to address the vicissitudes of sainthood in the contemporary Muslim world is commendable (pp.
The late Pope John Paul II has moved closer to sainthood in the Catholic Church, after his successor, Pope Benedict, approved a decree recognising that John Paul had lived the Christian faith heroically.
He made more than all the other popes put together, sending 1,351 on the path to sainthood, 120 from China in a single day in October 2000.
Pope Benedict said Pius acted silently to save as many Jews as possible and expressed hope that efforts aimed at beatification, the last formal step before sainthood, would proceed smoothly.
How to Become a Saint denounces the myth that sainthood is an anomaly, only for a few individuals with superhuman religious zeal.
Bishop Schori, 52, officially took her seat in Washington's National Cathedral a day after her investiture, in a festive All Saints Sunday Eucharist during which she called Episcopalians to sainthood.
THE Vatican is to study evidence of a second miracle attributed to Pope John Paul II which could result in sainthood for him.