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Perspectives Daily: Pope declares, "We enroll them among the saints"

October 15, 2018
The much anticipated Canonization Mass took place in St. Peter's Square on Sunday, October 14. The Holy Father officially declared seven men and women as new saints of the Church. The seven who were entered into the canon of saints were Pope Paul VI, Archbishop Óscar Romero, Fr. Vincenzo Romano, Fr. Francesco Spinelli, Mother Maria Katharina Kasper, Mother Nazaria Ignacia March Mesa, and Nunzio Sulprizio.

Here are the stories we covered on today's edition of Perspectives Daily:

  1. Pope Francis canonizes seven saints.
  2. Cardinal Wilfrid Napier speaks about the Synod of Bishops and Pope Francis.
  3. Two Chilean bishops accused of sexual abuse were officially dismissed from the clerical state.
  4. Cardinals Luis Tagle and Gérald Lacroix offer thankful and encouraging messages to the young people of the Church.
From the Vatican Media broadcast of the Canonization Mass on Oct. 14, which aired on Salt + Light TV.

In addition to those, here are some of the latest Catholic news stories from around the world making headlines today:

That's it for today. Be sure to check in with us again tomorrow for more of the latest Catholic news and stories that you need to know.
You can always catch past episodes of Perspectives Daily on our website listed here.

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