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Decree on Sainthood Causes

June 13, 2014. The Pope issued a decree ;recognizing two miracles and the heroic virtues of six Servants of God, after meeting with Card. Angelo Amato, the prefect for the Congregation for the Causes of Saints. The two miracles were attributed to Servant of God ;Luis Eduardo Cestac, a diocesan priest who founded the Insititute of the Daughters of Mary, and Servant of God ;Irene Stefani, a member of the Missionaries of the Consolata. The Pope also recognized the heroic virtues of: ;Luigi Savare and Eugenio Reggo, co-founders of the Congregation of St. Joseph; ;Magdalene of the Sacred Heart, founder of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God; ;Maria Josepha Scandala, member of the Missionary Sisters of the Pious Mothers of Africa; ;Itala Mela, Benedictine oblate from the Monastery of St. Paul Outside the Walls; and ;Uberto Mori, layman and father of two.