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Pope Francis has promulgated new decrees regarding future saints

MIRACLES - Blessed Alfonso Maria Fusco, diocesan priest and founder of the Congregation of the Sisters of St. John the Baptist (1839-1910); - Venerable Servant of God John Sullivan, professed priest of the Society of Jesus (1861-1933); MARTYRDOM - Servants of God Nikolle Vinçenc Prennushi, O.F.M., archbishop of Durres, Albania, and 37 companions killed between 1945 and 1974; - Servants of God Jose Antón Gómez and three companions of the Benedictines of Madrid, Spain, killed 1936; HEROIC VIRTUES - Servant of God Thomas Choe Yang-Eop, diocesan priest (1821-1861); - Servant of God Sosio Del Prete (ne Vincenzo), professed priest of the Order of Friars Minor, founder of the Congregation of the Little Servants of Christ the King (1885-1952); - Servant of God Wenanty Katarzyniec (ne Jósef), professed priest of the Order of Friars Minor Conventual (1889-1921); - Servant of God Maria Consiglia of the Holy Spirity (nee Emilia Pasqualina Addatis), founder of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Addolorata, Servants of Mary (1845-1900); - Servant of God Maria of the Incarnation (nee Catalina Carrasco Tenorio), founder of the Congregation of the Franciscan Tertiary Sisters of the Flock of Mary (1840-1917); - Servant of God Maria Laura Baraggia, founder of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Family of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (1851-1923); - Servant of God Ilia Corsaro, founder of the Congregation of the Little Missionaries of the Eucharist (1897-1977); - Servant of God Maria Montserrat Grases García, layperson of the Personal Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei (1941-1959).