In Six Words, How Do You Define a Saint?
So, today, we’ve have two more saints–John Paul II and John XXIII. As with all appointments, the Catholic Church follows a process of choosing saints, including that the individual performed one miracle. (You can read more about the process, called canonization, here.)
Because you are regularly called a saint (“You must be a saint to…”), I thought it would be great to hear how you define a saint. And, because I’m hooked on six-word stories, let’s do it in six words.
So, your definition of a saint could be:
–Performs the miracle of Holding-the-Tongue. (Remember, hyphens are your wild card to make several words into one word.)
–Demands help from health care system.
Please share your six-word definitions of a saint in our comments, section below. I look forward to reading your definitions!
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