List of saints canonized by Pope Francis

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This article contains a list of the saints canonized by Pope Francis (2013–) during his pontificate.

No. Saint Date of canonization Place of canonization
1. Antonio Primaldo & 812 Companions[1] 12 May 2013 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
2. Laura Montoya Upegui[1] 12 May 2013 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
3. Maria Guadalupe Garcia Zavala[2] 12 May 2013 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
4. Angela of Foligno[3] 9 October 2013 Vatican City
5. Peter Faber[4] 17 December 2013 Vatican City
6. José de Anchieta[5] 3 April 2014 Vatican City
7. Marie of the Incarnation[5] 3 April 2014 Vatican City
8. Francis-Xavier de Montmorency-Laval[5] 3 April 2014 Vatican City
9. Pope John XXIII[6] 27 April 2014 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
10. Pope John Paul II[6] 27 April 2014 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
11. Kuriakose Elias Chavara[7] 23 November 2014 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
12. Nicholas Longobardi[7] 23 November 2014 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
13. Rosa Eluvathingal[7] 23 November 2014 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
14. Giovanni Antonio Farina[7] 23 November 2014 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
15. Ludovico of Casoria[7] 23 November 2014 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
16. Amato Ronconi[7] 23 November 2014 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
17. Joseph Vaz[8] 14 January 2015 Galle Face Green, Colombo, Sri Lanka
18. Émilie de Villeneuve[9] 17 May 2015 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
19. Maria Cristina of the Immaculate Conception[9] 17 May 2015 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
20. Mariam Baouardy[9] 17 May 2015 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
21. Marie-Alphonsine Danil Ghattas[9] 17 May 2015 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
22. Junípero Serra[10] 23 September 2015 Washington D.C., United States
23. Louis Martin[11] 18 October 2015 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
24. Marie-Azélie Guérin Martin[11] 18 October 2015 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
25. Vincenzo Grossi[11] 18 October 2015 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City
26. María de la Purísima Salvat Romero[11] 18 October 2015 Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City

See also

References

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