Consistory on several Causes of Canonization

Consistory on several Causes of Canonization

consistory

Latin: consistere, to stand together. A court, especially an ecclesiastical court; a court of presbyters; an assembly of cardinals for purposes of deliberation, presided over by the pope. The last is secret, if only the cardinals and the pope are present; semi-public, if bishops also take part in it; and public, if Apostolic prothonotaries or other prelates are called to it.

Blessed Gaetano ErricoBlessed Maria Bernarda Butler (nee Verena)Blessed Alfonsa of the Immaculate Conception (nee: Anna Muttathupandathu)Blessed Narcisa de Jesus Martillo Moran

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