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Like so many in his Saugus parish, and around the country, he prays each day for the canonization of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha.
Announcing the canonization in February, the Vatican said Baouardy "experienced many sufferings together with extraordinary mystic phenomena" from an early age.
In Rome, the Knights of Columbus is providing nearly $100,000 to support Vatican Television's (CTV's) broadcast of the canonizations.
IN 1997 THE CLARETIANS RENEWED THEIR CALL FOR DAY'S CANONIZATION by presenting the testimonies they had collected to Cardinal John O'Connor, asking him to initiate the official canonization process.
Those who pray for Blessed Kateri's canonization wait for a miracle.
President Papadakis is hosting a delegation of students, faculty, trustees and friends from Drexel University who are in Rome to celebrate the canonization.
So this week, as the joyful canonization of both popes unfolds in the Eternal City, let us pray to them that they will send us an extra miracle and stack the deck in the future with more saints --but this time without so many cassocks and without so many veils.
Pope John Paul II, in his 19-year pontificate, has done much to open up the process of canonization and, by relaxing some requirements, he has contributed to a remarkable proliferation of new saints and blesseds, many from parts of the world that had been previously overlooked by the church.
NEW YORK, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SiriusXM will offer listeners the most comprehensive radio coverage available of the upcoming canonizations of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII with a full week of programming dedicated to the historic proceedings and live coverage of the Canonization Mass in Rome, when Pope Francis will officially declare the two former pontiffs to be saints.
ROME * Vatican officials say they expect as many as 100 heads of state to attend next year's celebration for the canonizations of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII, in what is likely to be the biggest draw in the city since John Paul's funeral in 2005.
ROME -- Bucking calls for the late pope's immediate canonization, a group of primarily European theologians is publicly opposing sainthood for John Paul II, according A.
Vatican City -- The year 2006 may see a major move forward in the canonization cause of John Henry Newman (1801-1890), Anglican convert, Cardinal, theologian, and writer.