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~ CCS Saints (1) ~

          The papal prerogative to declare a departed believer as a model of holiness for the faithful is rooted in Pope Gregory IX’s Decretals (1234), which asserted that Rome alone had the exclusive right to canonize saints. However, significant changes in the canonization process began only after Pope Sixtus V created the Congregation of Rites in 1588, which was tasked, among others, to conduct processes of beatification and canonization.  [For a list of all papal canonizations until 1588, click the following link: Canonizations before CCS]

          In 1634, through the decree Cælestis Hierusalem Cives, Pope Urban VIII forbade the existence of any public cultus for a purported saint unless his/her martyrdom or heroic virtues had been formally recognized by the Congregation of Rites. Likewise, the cult of anyone regarded as a saint may not be licit unless it was proven in a process per viam cultus that he/she had been the object of an immemorial public veneration at least one hundred years before the publication of the decree.

          In 1969, Paul VI divided the Congregation of Rites into two separate offices, one of which, the Congregation of the Causes of Saints (CCS), was given complete and sole jurisdiction over all beatification and canonization proceedings from then onward. 

          Below are models of holiness who were formally beatified or canonized under the auspices of the CCS since its establishment. Not included are those whose cults were confirmed within the same time frame.

Clement VIII [1592-1605]

 

Paul V [1605-21]

 

St. Jacek Odrowąź

(+1257)

can. 17 April 1594

St. Raimundo de Peñafort

(ca. 1175-1275)

can. 29 April 1601

 

St. Francesca Bussa de’ Ponziani

[Francesca of Rome]

(1384-1436)

can. 29 May 1608

St. Carlo Borromeo

(1538-84)

can. 01 November 1610

Gregory XV [1621-23]

St. Isidro “the Farmer”

(ca. 1080- ca. 1130)

beat. 02 May 1619

can. 12 March 1622

St. Francisco Javier

[Francisco de Jaso Azpilcueta]

(1506-52)

beat. 25 October 1619

can. 12 March 1622

St. Iñigo de Loyola

[Iñigo López de Recalde]

(1491-1556)

beat. 27 July 1609

can. 12 March 1622

St. Teresa de Ahumada Cepeda of Jesus [Teresa of Avila]

(1515-82)

beat. 24 April 1614

can. 12 March 1622

St. Filippo Neri

(1515-95)

beat. 11 May 1615

can. 12 March 1622

Urban VIII [1623-44]

 

Alexander VII [1655-67]

 

St. Isabel of Portugal

(1271-1336)

can. 24 June 1626

St. Andrea Corsini    (1302-73)

can. 22 April 1629

 

St. Tomás García Martínez from Villanueva

(1486-1555)

beat. 07 October 1618

can. 01 November 1658

St. François de Sales

(1567-1622)

beat. 08 January 1662

can. 19 April 1665

 

 

Clement IX [1667-69]

 

 

 

 

 

 

St. Maria Maddalena de’ Pazzi

(1566-1607)

beat. 08 May 1626

can. 28 April 1669

St. Pedro Sanabria García Garavito from Alcántara

(1499-1562)

beat. 18 April 1622

can. 28 April 1669

 

Clement X [1670-76]

St. Gaetano Thiene

(1470-1547)

beat. 08 October 1629

can. 12 April 1671

St. Francisco de Borja Aragón

(1510-72)

beat. 23 November 1624

can. 12 April 1671

St. Luis Bertrán Eixarch

(1526-81)

beat. 19 July 1608

can. 12 Apr. 1671

St. Filippo Benizi

(1233-85)

c.c. 08 October 1645

can. 12 April 1671

St. Isabel Flores de Oliva

[Rosa of Lima]

(1586-1617)

beat. 15 Apr. 1668

can. 12 April 1671

Alexander VIII [1689-91]

St. Giovanni from Capestrano

(1386-1456)

c.c. 19 December 1650

can. 16 Oct. 1690

St. Juan Ciudad

[Juan of God]

(1495-1505)

beat. 21 September 1630

can. 16 October 1690

St. Juan González Martínez of Sahagún

(ca.1430-79)

beat. 19 June 1601

can. 16 October 1690

St. Lorenzo Giustiniani

(1381-1456)

can. 16 October 1690

St. Pascual Baylón Yubero

(1540-92)

beat. 29 October 1618

can. 16 October 1690

Clement XI [1700-21]

 

 

St. Andrea Avellino

(1521-1608)

beat. 10 June 1625

can. 16 October 1690

St. Caterina dei Vigri from Bologna

(1413-63)

can. 22 May 1712

St. Felice Porri from Cantalice

(1515-87)

beat. 01 October 1625

can. 22 May 1712

St. Pius V

[Antonio Ghislieri]

(1504-1572)

beat. 01 May 1672

can. 22 May 1712

 

Benedict XIII [1724-30]

St. Agnese Segni from Montepuciano

(ca. 1268-1317)

can. 10 December 1726

St. Giacomo Gangale from the Marches

(ca. 1394-1476)

beat. 12 August 1624

can. 10 December 1726

St. Toribio Alfonso de Mogrovejo Robledo

(1538-1606)

beat. 02 July 1679

can. 10 December 1726

St. Francisco Solano Jiménez

(1549-1610)

beat. 20 June 1675

can. 27 December 1726

St. Juan de Yepes Álvarez of the Cross

(1542-91)

beat. 21 April 1675

can. 27 December 1726

Benedict XIII [cont.]

St. Pellegrino Laziosi

(ca. 1265-ca. 1345)

c.c. 11 September 1702

can. 27 December 1726

St. Luigi Gonzaga

(1568-91)

beat. 19 October 1605

can. 31 December 1726

St. Stanisław Kostka

(1550-68)

beat. 14 August 1605

can. 31 December 1726

St. Margherita Di Bartolomeo from Cortona

(1247-97)

beat. 1515

can. 16 May 1728

Bd. Juan de Prado Díez

(1563-1631)

beat. 24 May 1728

Benedict XIII [cont.]

Clement XII [1730-40]

St. Jan Velfín from Nepomuk

[Jan Nepomucene]

(ca. 1340-93)

c.c. 31 May 1721

can. 19 March 1729

St. Caterina Fieschi Adorno of Genoa

(1447-1510)

c.c. 06 April 1675

can. 16 June 1737

St. Jean-François Règis

(1597-1640)

beat. 24 May 1716

can. 16 June 1737

St. Giuliana Falconieri

(ca. 1270-1341)

c.c. 26 July 1678

can. 16 June 1737

St. Vincent de Paul

(1581-1660)

beat. 21 August 1729

can. 16 June 1737

Benedict XIV [1740-58]

St. Camillo de Lellis

(1550-1614)

beat. 07 April 1742

can. 29 June 1746

St. Caterina de’ Ricci

(1522-1590)

beat. 23 November 1732

can. 29 June 1746

St. Fidelis Roy from Sigmaringen

(1578-1622)

beat. 24 March 1729

can. 29 June 1746

St. Giuseppe Desideri from Leonessa

(1556-1612)

beat. 22 June 1737

can. 29 June 1746

St. Pedro Regalado de la Costanilla

(1390-1456)

c.c. 17 August 1683

can. 29 June 1746

Clement XIII [1758-69]

St. Girolamo Emiliani [Miani]

(1486-1537)

beat. 29 September 1747

can. 16 July 1767

St. Jeanne-Françoise Frémyot de Chantal

(1572-1641)

beat. 21 November 1751

can. 16 July 1767

St. Jan Wacięga of Kęty

(ca. 1320-1437)

c.c. 28 March 1676

can. 16 July 1767

St. José Calasanz Gastón

(1558-1648)

beat. 18 August 1748

can. 16 July 1767

St. Giuseppe Desa from Copertino

(1603-63)

beat. 24 February 1753

can. 16 July 1767

Clement XIII [cont.]

Clement XIV [1769-74]

Pius VI [1775-99]

St. Serafino Pampiani from Montegranaro

(1540-1604)

beat. 18 July 1729

can. 16 July 1767

Bd. Paolo Burali

(1511-78)

beat. 08 June 1772

Bd. Bonaventura Lavanga from Potenza

(1651-1711)

beat. 26 November 1775

Bd. Mariana Navarro de Guevara Romero of Jesus

(1565-1624)

beat. 25 May 1783

Bd. Giovanna Maria Bonomo

(1606-70)

beat. 09 June 1783

Pius VI [cont.]

Bd. Nicolás Factor Estaña

(1520-83)

beat. 27 August 1786

Bd. Gaspar de Bono Manzon

(1530-1604)

beat. 10 September 1786

Bd. Nicola Saggio from Longobardi

(1649-1709)

beat. 17 September 1786

Bd. Sebastián de Aparicio Prado

(1502-1600)

beat. 17 May 1789

Bd. Andrés Hibernón Real

(1534-1602)

beat. 22 May 1791

Pius VI [cont.]

 

 

 

 

Bd. Barbe Acarie

[Marie of the Incarnation]

(1566-1618)

beat. 05 June 1791

Bd. Bernardo Perani from Offida

(1604-94)

beat. 25 May 1795

 

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