Vatican insiders report that a second miracle has been approved in the cause for Blessed John Paul II’s canonization. The Congregation for the Causes of Saints reportedly approved the miraculous healing of a Costa Rican woman through the intercession of Blessed John Paul II, a healing that was approved by doctors as having no natural explanation.
The late pope was beatified on May 1, 2011 after a French nun, Sister Marie Simon-Pierre, was miraculously cured of Parkinson’s disease through his intercession. After the confirmation of a second miracle by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, all that is left in the canonization process is the approval of a commission of cardinals and bishops and the final signature of Pope Francis.
There is speculation that Pope Francis may canonize him on October 20 of this year.
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