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Poet Worship Meets Woman Worship' shows how the inherited models of medieval female sanctity contributed to the Victorian literary canonization of women with its 'conservative constructions of feminine glory' and created 'a virtual recipe for critical disappearance' (p.
As an undying symbol of mercy and compassion, I pray that her canonization reminds us of her passion to service and that it further inspires us to show genuine concern for the sick and the needy, added Binay, who is seeking the presidency in 2016.
Could it be that it is actually those who oppose her canonization, on the grounds that she is "too good" for the corrupt church, who are putting her on a pedestal she would have disdained?
Pope Francis gave him the sainthood in April 2014 by "equivalent canonization.
John Paul II, the first non-Italian pope for more than 400 years, was a favorite of conservative Catholics and his canonization will be one of the fastest in recent history.
Organized by the Office for the Cause for Canonization of Blessed Ivan Merz in the Philippines, the exhibit is part of the "Totus Tuus Tour," which is Latin for "Totally Yours," John Paul II's apostolic motto.
The Pope stated that having the canonization in the winter would make it difficult for pilgrims with limited resources to attend.
Her canonization could have happened in 50 years or 100 years, but it happened in our lifetime.
The Honourable Denis Lebel, Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, and the Honourable Peter Penashue, Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, will also be part of the delegation taking part in the canonization mass at the Vatican.
Although saints wish to aim their devotees toward heaven, this book about the respective canonization processes of two fourteenth-century saints keeps its focus squarely on earth.
On Sunday, October 17, 2010, St Peter's Square became the focal point for many thousands of people to witness a canonization Mass.
Saint Mary MacKillop," a soulful ballad composed and performed by Australian singer-songwriter Gary Pinto, has been released on the online music store iTunes, ahead of her canonization on Oct.