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Indian lay person, six others to be canonized in May

Pillai, who was beatified in 2012, will be the first lay Catholic in India to be declared a saint

Pope John Paul I on way to sainthood

Pope Francis has authorized the promulgation of a decree advancing the causes for the canonization of Pope John Paul I

Catholics in Bangladesh urged to pray for cause of sainthood of...

Bangladesh marks the 44th death anniversary of Archbishop Theotonius Amal Ganguly who has been declared a “Servant of God”

Pope Francis puts Robert Schuman, a father of Europe, on path...

Robert Schuman's work was instrumental in the founding of today's European institutions, such as the European Union

Italian judge killed by mafia beatified for promotion of justice

Known as the "boy judge" because he looked younger than his 37 years, Rosario Livatino had led many investigations into the mob

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