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canon

(1) Dogma, see there.
(2) Paradigm, see there.
(3) Working rule, see there.
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In an edict issued on July 28, 2009, then Jaro Archbishop Angel Lagdameo authorized the start of the process for her canonization, which was formally petitioned by the postulator, Fr.
What does the canonization process tell you about American understandings of holiness?
Church observers expressed hope Romero's canonization could bring unity to a country with polarized politics.
The speed record in canonization was posted in 1925 when the Carmelite nun Therese of Liseux was canonized just 28 years after she died of tuberculosis at age 24.
Such ignorance suppressed the study of Canonization and the study of the novel's ecological system--religion and ritual.
Tagle reminded the prelates their "great responsibility" in the cause of Willman's beatification and canonization as well as the "importance and seriousness" of their tasks.
"This," he continued, "earned them the privilege of canonization." The ceremony saw various relics on display led by the right hand of St.
The broadcast of the double canonization ceremony will be shown in movie theaters in countries including Mexico and Colombia.
The canonization ceremony will be attended by heads of state and prime ministers from all over the world.
John XXIII, who called the landmark second Vatican council and John Paul II, who crisscrossed the globe during his 26 years as leader of the Roman Catholic Church will be announced as saints and Benedict XVI may join Pope Francis for canonization of two predecessors in April.
We used to pray every day for the canonization of this devoted Algonquin-Mohawk girl as we worked and lived for many years among the Native and Metis communities across Canada.