Nitpicky? Hell yes.
Started by Bad Penny II, March 06, 2019, 04:34:16 AM
QuoteStep one: Wait five years - or don't...The process to make someone a saint cannot normally start until at least five years after their death.This is to allow time for emotions following the death to calm down, and to ensure that the individual's case can be evaluated objectively.
QuoteThe waiting period can, however, be waived by the Pope. Pope Benedict XVI set aside the waiting period for his predecessor
QuoteStep two: Become a 'servant of God'... open an investigation into the life of the individual, to see whether they lived their lives with sufficient holiness and virtue to be considered for sainthood.
QuoteStep three: Show proof of a life of 'heroic virtue'
QuoteStep four: Verified miracles
QuoteStep five: CanonisationCanonisation is the final step in declaring a deceased person a saint. To reach this stage, a second miracle normally needs to be attributed to prayers made to the candidate after they have been beatified.
Quote from: Bad Penny II on March 06, 2019, 11:28:53 PMThere's an upcoming election in North Korea for the Supreme People's Assembly (SPA), the country's national legislature, says Google.I prayed to Dave for the results and he consulted Fortuna. He tells me that the Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland will win all seats. Geez, what's the odds of that, all seats, surely some districts will be in the mood for change. If this prediction proves true it will be an incontestable miracle.
QuoteCult of the Almighty DaveDaves of the World, UNITE!"For Dave so loved the world that he gave his only Son, Dave, that Whosoever believe in Dave shall not perish, but have eternal life in Daveness." Dave 3:16
Quote from: Bad Penny II on March 06, 2019, 04:34:16 AMI don't think this will be a problem, we look forward to hearing examples of Dave's intercedence with the most relevant deity to deliver practical solutions to your particular needs.