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List of canonised popes

This article lists the popes who have been canonized or recognized as saints in the Roman Catholic Church they had led. A total of 82 (out of 266) popes have been regarded as saints, including all of the first 35 popes and 52 of the first 54. In addition, 16 other popes are on the track to sainthood, either currently undergoing or have completed the preliminary stage of beatification.

The most recent pope to be put forward for sainthood is John Paul II, whose cause for canonization was begun in May 2005 and who was beatified on May 1, 2011. John Paul II and Pope John XXIII were canonised on April 27, 2014.[1]

Saints

Blesseds

  1. Pope Benedict XI
  2. Pope Eugene III
  3. Pope Gregory X
  4. Pope Innocent V
  5. Pope Innocent XI
  6. Pope Paul VI[2]
  7. Pope Pius IX[3]
  8. Pope Urban II
  9. Pope Urban V[4]
  10. Pope Victor III[5]

Venerables

  1. Pope Pius XII

Servants of God

  1. Pope Benedict XIII
  2. Pope John Paul I[6]
  3. Pope Pius VII

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.ncregister.com/article/its-official-john-paul-ii-and-john-xxiii-to-be-canonized-april-271/
  2. ^ Declaration of the heroic virtue of the servant of God, Paul VI
  3. ^ Biography of Bl. Pope Pius IX
  4. ^ Webster, Douglas Raymund. "Pope Bl. Urban V." The Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. 15. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1912. 13 Feb. 2013
  5. ^ Webster, Douglas Raymund. "Pope Blessed Victor III." The Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. 15. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1912. 13 Feb. 2013
  6. ^ Opening of the cause of canonization of the Servant of God Albino Luciani, Pope John Paul I: November 23, 2003
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