Many of the Canonizations from 2013 to 2023 never happened

Editor’s Note: Apart from the 813 Martyrs of Otranto, whose canonization was the last to be approved by Pope Benedict XVI on Feb. 11, 2013, all the saints canonized by Pope Francis, during his antipapacy from March 13, 2013 to January 29, 2023 are fake saints.

This is so, because for a canonization to be valid, it must be ordained by a decree issued by the one who holds the Petrine Munus. But though Francis was elected by the Cardinals on March 13, 2013 to receive that munus, Pope Benedict XVI never renounced it. Even when an antipope is elected validly as pope after the death of his rival, his prior canonizations remain invalid, because as juridical acts they never existed. He needs to renew his decree after his valid election in confirmation.

In the article above you can see a list of the 99 individuals who were never canonnized but whom you may think were, since the hierarchy is still pretending they can change the meaning of words, which Christ declared are written in Heaven, saying of Canon Law, to Saint Peter: Whatsoever you bind on earth, shall be bound in Heaven.

Among their number is Mother Teresa of Calcutta, John Henry Newman and Archbishop Romero and Charles de Foucauld, all individuals whose sanctity has been question for grave reasons. Also popes John XXIII, Paul VI and John Paul II.

One of the providential signs of a true Saint is that God arranges history itself such that he or she be canonized by a true Pope, because despite the failings of men, it is Jesus Christ Who remains in control of the Catholic Church. We have in Catholic History a corroboration of this in the lives and aftermath of 3 great saints, Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Colette of Corbie and Saint Vincent Ferrer. Now while all three were canonized by valid popes, the latter two recognized antipopes as pope during their life times. But whereas Saint Francis always recognized true popes and even imposed in his rule that his sons only recognize true popes — which is my chief personal inspiration in my writings — while Saint Francis shines in the firmament of holiness and fame throughout the Catholic world, and shall do so until the end of time. Saints Colette and Vincent Ferrer, who both worked extraordinary miracles, have been forgotten, and St. Colette’s Order has dwindled to a mere dozen or so convents. This is because the Holy Ghost shrinks from those who recognize antipopes as popes, since that is a form of lying and sloth to be properly informed.

But some truly saintly Catholics seem to have been caught up in the mess of the Pope Francis’s antipapacy, such as the two younger children of Fatima, Jacinta and Francesco, and the parents of the Little Flower.

For these canonical and historical reasons, FromRome.Info does not place “Saint” in front of the names of Popes John XXIII, Paul VI and John Paul II, when mentioning them in reports.

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5 thoughts on “Many of the Canonizations from 2013 to 2023 never happened”

  1. Yes, I am reading a biography of the parents of the Little Flower and they are extraordinarily saintly. I find Louis was especially saintly in his youth and young adulthood. A real sign of contradiction to our times… It makes me embarassed of my sins of youth and young adulthood.

  2. Sor Faustina’s Diary:
    October 2, 1936. The First Friday of the month. After Holy Communion, I suddenly saw the Lord Jesus, who spoke these words to me: Now I know that it is not for the graces or gifts that you love me, but because My will is dearer to you than life. That is why I am uniting myself with you so intimately as with no other creature.

    How can they canonize somebody who says these types of things? I’m having problems with her canonization, not her virtue.

    So, my question: Were all canonizations valid before Pope Francis? I thought Pope John Paul II (I think it was him) invalidated them when he eliminated the ‘devil’s advocate’ process from the canonization.

    Does this mean that even Hitler could have been canonized because, let’s suppose, he was a good uncle? The same could be said about Monsignor Jose Maria Escriba. (Sources like Father Hesse, said that no negative information about Monsignor Escriba were even considered in his canonization)

    I’m confused.

    1. Canonizations are not infallible, but when they raise to the altars someone who did not practice virtue or who teach sin, they do not oblige the conscience of anyone and are grave sins on the part of the Pontiff who canonizes them. Remember that before Innocent III there was no such thing as a canonical process of canonization. It’s only a procedure to regulate. It should engage the teaching office of the Pope, but it does not have too. If the heroic virtues declared are not even virtues, like in the case of John XXIII its obviously a fraud.

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