Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun etc. See canonization, canonize, etc.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of canonization.

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  • noun (Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Church) the act of admitting a deceased person into the canon of saints

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Examples

  • The date of his canonisation is unknown, although Archdeacon Hermann appears to state that it happened in the reign of Athelstan (924 – 939).

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  • There are poets and there are Poets and the process we know as canonisation makes the former into the latter.

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  • The canonisation is the highlight of a 10-day itinerary that takes in the greatest cities and landmarks of Italy, including Rome, Florence and Venice, priced from $3479* per person twin share.

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  • The canonisation is the highlight of a 10-day itinerary that takes in the greatest cities and landmarks of Italy, including Rome, Florence and Venice, priced from $3479* per person twin share.

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  • ROME: Mary MacKillop's canonisation, which is regarded as a sure thing after Pope Benedict XVI's confirmation of the proofs regarding her second miracle, will take place under his policy of restoring solemnity to canonisations.

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  • The canonisation is the culmination of a detailed protocol after Cardinal Tisserant commenced the diocesan process for her beatification in 1953 and declared her a Servant of God.

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  • The canonisation is the culmination of a detailed protocol after Cardinal Tisserant commenced the diocesan process for her beatification in 1953 and declared her a Servant of God.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • The canonisation is the culmination of a detailed protocol after Cardinal Tisserant commenced the diocesan process for her beatification in 1953 and declared her a Servant of God.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • The canonisation is the culmination of a detailed protocol after Cardinal Tisserant commenced the diocesan process for her beatification in 1953 and declared her a Servant of God.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Secondly, the modern era has not yet been through any comprehensive "canonisation" yet whilst the material, building on the longer history of SF, is less likely to be self-similar.

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