When he was canonised, the 8th of June, the day of his death, was appointed for his festival.
He was canonised, and as St. Simeone is still greatly revered.
Such maxim may be found in the works of the canonised Ligouri.
Archbishop Dunstan was canonised and given May 13th as his mass day.
Of this school the easiest exponent to describe is Antonino of Florence, Archbishop and canonised saint.
He was canonised in that year, when all the facts were remote by about a century.
He was canonised, and many miracles were reported to have taken place at his tomb, to which there was great resort.
How few saints are canonised in their own time, and how few deserve it ever!
As a Christian, a martyr, and a canonised saint, Hermengildo presents an original figure.
Like his cousin, Edward became a popular, though not a canonised, saint.
late 14c., "to place in the canon or calendar of saints," from Old French cannonisier and directly from Medieval Latin canonizare, from Late Latin canon "church rule" (see canon (n.1)). Related: Canonized; cannonizing.