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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of canonize.

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Examples

  • And although, in the 21st century, it may be too much to expect an academic biography that "canonizes"

    Capitalism Magazine

  • Finally, that the Catholic Church canonizes those it once rejected -- Joan of Arc, Ignatius of Loyola, Thomas Aquinas, and now Mary MacKillop -- says a great deal about the true wisdom of the church -- and its ability, especially in the canonization process, to recognize publicly its own failings and mistakes.

    Rev. James Martin, S.J.: Mother Mary MacKillop: The Patron Saint of Abuse Victims

  • Finally, that the Catholic Church canonizes those it once rejected -- Joan of Arc, Ignatius of Loyola, Thomas Aquinas, and now Mary MacKillop -- says a great deal about the true wisdom of the church -- and its ability, especially in the canonization process, to recognize publicly its own failings and mistakes.

    Rev. James Martin, S.J.: Mother Mary MacKillop: The Patron Saint of Abuse Victims

  • Finally, that the Catholic Church canonizes those it once rejected -- Joan of Arc, Ignatius of Loyola, Thomas Aquinas, and now Mary MacKillop -- says a great deal about the true wisdom of the church -- and its ability, especially in the canonization process, to recognize publicly its own failings and mistakes.

    Rev. James Martin, S.J.: Mother Mary MacKillop: The Patron Saint of Abuse Victims

  • Finally, that the Catholic Church canonizes those it once rejected -- Joan of Arc, Ignatius of Loyola, Thomas Aquinas, and now Mary MacKillop -- says a great deal about the true wisdom of the church -- and its ability, especially in the canonization process, to recognize publicly its own failings and mistakes.

    Rev. James Martin, S.J.: Mother Mary MacKillop: The Patron Saint of Abuse Victims

  • Finally, that the Catholic Church canonizes those it once rejected -- Joan of Arc, Ignatius of Loyola, Thomas Aquinas, and now Mary MacKillop -- says a great deal about the true wisdom of the church -- and its ability, especially in the canonization process, to recognize publicly its own failings and mistakes.

    Rev. James Martin, S.J.: Mother Mary MacKillop: The Patron Saint of Abuse Victims

  • If power is transferred to a new divinely-mandated ruler, then a divine event is needed that canonizes the shift from Il to Un. The launch of missiles and the testing of nuclear weapons could incite euphoria in the beleaguered population of North Korea.

    Christopher Herbert and Victoria Kataoka Rebuffet: Weekly Foreign Affairs Roundup

  • "" Making Saints, '' his report on the way the church canonizes its holiest men and women, is the standard work on the subject; it has been translated into five languages.

    Blessed Are The Piece Makers

  • Just remember, this is the religion that canonizes, bribes, and enslackens its most REBELLIOUS HERETICS and CHEATS those who presume to be its most DEVOTED MONKS.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • Just remember, this is the religion that canonizes, bribes, and enslackens its most REBELLIOUS HERETICS and CHEATS those who presume to be its most DEVOTED MONKS.

    The Book of the SubGenius

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