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These 802 men and women will join the more than 10,000 saints the Catholic Church already venerates.
Besides the Gateway of India, the Prince of Wales Museum was also built to venerate King George's visit.
Without knowing much about Mao's rule, and in the face of unbending propaganda from the Communist Party, many Chinese still venerate Mao.
Almost inevitably, de Bellaigue's book begins (in Iraq) and ends (in Iran) with Ashura, the sacred memorial (dating from the mid-8th century) of the man whom Iranians call Imam Hossein (Husayn) and venerate with particular tenderness.
25) Arguably the most compelling case was that of Filide Gori, a 48 year-old woman who was taken to Assisi by her doctor, Francesco Lomi, to venerate the moving Madonna.
But because conservatives venerate the past, race relations are necessarily simplified to paint the prettiest possible picture of America.
They venerate the group rather than the individual.
The line between religion and government is non-existent; the institutions are inextricably united so the state can venerate its official deity.
The Vatican said the body, encased in a bronze and crystal coffin, will be on display for the faithful to venerate.
Few now remember the lubricious TV comedian, but we still venerate Joe Hill more than a century later because "what they could never kill goes on to organise".
PEOPLE turned out in their hundreds to venerate the relics of one of the Catholic church's most popular saints on a rare visit to Liverpool.