Examples of sainthood in a Sentence
while you're a perfectly nice person, you're not exactly an example of sainthood
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In 2002, Bishop Daniel R. Jenky of the Diocese of Peoria, Ill., where Archbishop Sheen was born and ordained, began investigating the question of sainthood.
There’s a specific plane of sainthood reserved for the sweet souls who throw Super Bowl parties.
Alvear, who died in 1982 and is a candidate for sainthood, was a fierce defender of human rights, notably during the initial years of the military dictatorship that ruled from 1973 to 1990 and was headed by Gen. Augusto Pinochet.
In 1996, Pope John Paul II advanced him along the path to sainthood.
The new Vatican document stresses that relics may not be venerated publicly before a candidate for sainthood reaches the stage of beatification.
Neumann’s successor, Father Francis Xavier Seelos, was beatified in 2000, a step toward sainthood.
The church would like to include Swanson’s story in its application to consider Charlene for beatification and later sainthood, a process that takes years and involves lengthy investigations by the church.
In many cases, dying young grants many artists a type of sainthood, forever shrouding them in mystery, and protecting their profile from the inevitable creative and stylistic ravages of age.
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