Pope Francis declares 10 new saints, together with one proposed as ‘Patron Saint of Journalists’

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Pope Francis declared 10 new saints throughout the first canonization ceremony on the Vatican in additional than two years on Sunday.

Among the many 10 new saints is Titus Brandsma, a Dutch priest and journalist who was killed in a Nazi focus camp in 1942. The others embody an 18th Century Indian convert referred to as Devashayam, in addition to 4 clergymen and 4 nuns who based spiritual orders in Europe, in keeping with the Associated Press.

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Pope Francis holds his homily during  a Mass on  the Solemnity of the Epiphany at St. Peter's Basilica on Jan. 6, 2022, in Vatican City, Vatican. 

Pope Francis holds his homily throughout  a Mass on  the Solemnity of the Epiphany at St. Peter’s Basilica on Jan. 6, 2022, in Vatican Metropolis, Vatican. 
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A bunch of Dutch and German journalists proposed that Brandsma, who labored to fight Nazi propaganda in newspapers, be named the co-patron saint of journalists. Francis has but to reply to the proposal, nevertheless.

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The present patron saint of journalists is St. Francis de Gross sales.

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Devashayam, also called Lazarus, evangelized to the decrease lessons in India earlier than being arrested and executed in 1752, in keeping with the AP.

Each Brandsma and Devashayam are thought of martyrs.

 

Francis walked to greet cardinals and bishops for roughly quarter-hour following the ceremony, indicating vital enchancment in current knee ache that has compelled him to make use of a wheelchair.

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