List of canonizations

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On 22 January 1588, with the Apostolic Constitution Immensa Aeterni Dei, Pope Sixtus V created the Sacred Congregation of Rites to regulate divine worship and to deal with the causes of saints.

Number of saints vs. time

Contents

Canonizations before 1588

Source
Canonizations before 1588. Retrieved 2008-05-15.

In the table below, disputed indicates an asterisk ("*") in this source and indicates conflicting information.

Pontificate of Adrian II

Pontificate of John XV

Pontificate of Gregory V

Pontificate of Benedict VIII

Pontificate of John XIX

Pontificate of Benedict IX

Pontificate of Clement II

  • 5 January 1047
    • Wiborada of Saint Gall (St Gallen or 'Sankt-Gall') (b.? - 926)

Pontificate of Leo IX

Pontificate of Alexander II

Pontificate of Gregory VII

Pontificate of Urban II

Pontificate of Paschal II

Pontificate of Callixtus II

Pontificate of Innocent II

Pontificate of Eugene III

  • 4 March 1146
    • Henry I (a.k.a. Henry II, Holy Roman Emperor) (973 – 1024)

Pontificate of Adrian IV

Pontificate of Alexander III

Pontificate of Lucius III

Pontificate of Clement III

Pontificate of Celestine III

Pontificate of Innocent III

Pontificate of Honorius III

Pontificate of Gregory IX

Pontificate of Innocent IV

Pontificate of Alexander IV

Pontificate of Urban IV

Pontificate of Clement IV

Pontificate of Gregory X

Pontificate of Martin IV

Pontificate of Boniface VIII

Pontificate of Clement V

Pontificate of John XXII

Pontificate of Clement VI

Pontificate of Urban V

Pontificate of Urban VI

Pontificate of Boniface IX

Pontificate of Martin V

Pontificate of Eugene IV

Pontificate of Nicholas V

Pontificate of Callixtus III

Pontificate of Pius II

Pontificate of Sixtus IV

Companions:

Pontificate of Innocent VIII

Pontificate of Julius II

Pontificate of Leo X

Pontificate of Adrian VI

Pontificate of Clement VII

Pontificate of Paul III

Pontificate of Pius V

Pontificate of Gregory XIII

Modern canonization

Pontificate of Sixtus V (1)

Pontificate of Clement VIII (5)

Pontificate of Paul V (4)

Pontificate of Gregory XV (5)

Pontificate of Urban VIII (5)

Pontificate of Alexander VII (4)

Pontificate of Clement IX (2)

Pontificate of Clement X (7)

Pontificate of Innocent XI (2)

Pontificate of Alexander VIII (6)

Pontificate of Innocent XII (1)

Pontificate of Clement XI (10)

Pontificate of Benedict XIII (14)

Pontificate of Clement XII (5)

Pontificate of Benedict XIV (7)

Pontificate of Clement XIII (6)

Pontificate of Pius VII (6)

Pontificate of Leo XII (1)

Pontificate of Gregory XVI (5)

Pontificate of Pius IX (52)

Pontificate of Leo XIII (19)

Pontificate of Pius X (7)

Pontificate of Benedict XV (4)

Pontificate of Pius XI (25)

Pontificate of Pius XII (33)

Pontificate of John XXIII (10)

Pontificate of Paul VI (84)

Pontificate of John Paul II (483)

Pontificate of Benedict XVI (45)

Pontificate of Francis

Calendar Scheduled canonizations

Awaiting new additions to the schedule.

References

  1. ^ "Saint Famianus of Compostela". 14 February 2013. Retrieved 9 May 2017. 
  2. ^ "Sanctus Ketillus - medieval". wikihost.uib.no. Retrieved 9 May 2017. 
  3. ^ Sauer, Michelle M. (2010). "Romuald, St.". In Bjork, Robert E. The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199574834. Retrieved 2016-03-18 – via Oxford Reference. 
  4. ^ Bunson, Matthew. Our Sunday Visitor's Encyclopedia of Saints. Our Sunday Visitor. p. 207. 

Sources

  • Canonizations before 1588. Retrieved 2008-05-15.

External links

  • Canonizations 1982–2010
  • Hagiography Circle
  • Patron Saints Index
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