This is a topic related with an official issue of the Catholic Church, so respect to the ecclesiastical authorities should be observed. The process of canonization and beatification is a formal canonical judgment about the life of a person "in, with and for" the Catholic Church. No bishop could pretend to begin the process of canonization of a non Catholic or heretic person, and no person could sentence the process before it ends.
This is a shoddy article beginning to end, full of POV. Can someone rectify this who actually like, knows stuff and can make it in non-POV encyclopedic form. Enchantedeve (talk) 07:45, 22 November 2010 (UTC)Enchanted Eve
- Yea and Amen. Thanks Enchadedeve, well said. I started this article as he seemed notable for living of nothing but communion wafers. Then all the other stuff arrived and all your comments are spot on. I am beginning to wonder if drastic pruning is the answer - but an encyclopaedic rewrite would be better, if someone can do it. Springnuts (talk) 22:56, 22 November 2010 (UTC)