Translation of beatification in Spanish:

beatification

beatificación, n.

Pronunciation /biˌædəfəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n//bɪˌatɪfɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    beatificación feminine
    • The date chosen for her beatification, Mission Sunday, is the Sunday closest to the twenty-fifth anniversary of the pontificate of John Paul II and to the end of the Year of the Rosary.
    • His beatification, the first step to sainthood, is expected to take five years, far shorter than normal.
    • Thus far, the most vocal opposition to Pius IX's beatification and potential canonization comes from the Jewish community, especially in Italy.
    • In the 1990s, a number of bishoprics in Germany, Luxembourg and France began to support his beatification by the Roman Catholic Church.
    • Both the Blet and Cornwall volumes are also part of the current struggle over the possible beatification and canonization of Pius XII.
    • Once declared a holy person, the next step is beatification and finally canonisation.
    • As an outsider, I am of course not entitled to a view about who deserves beatification or canonization.
    • Last month the Vatican announced the long-awaited beatification of John XXIII.
    • The beatification and canonization of Juan Diego bring into question the integrity of the process followed by the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints.
    • The life of Fr Mullen was featured recently on the RTE programme ‘Nationwide’, which, combined with the book, is hopefully seen as a step towards beatification.
    • In some press accounts this act was linked with the expected beatification, not of Pius XII, but of Pius IX.
    • The Vatican has recognized a miracle that she's believed to have performed, a key step in her beatification.
    • Their beatification at a ceremony in St Peter's Square marks the final step before actual canonisation through the Roman Catholic Church.
    • We wrote a pretty irreverent piece on the Pope's beatification of two dead shepherd children.
    • Solanus Casey is a textbook example of the traditional candidate for beatification and canonization.
    • The facts emerged only during the investigation of her life preceding her beatification, which takes place in Rome this month.
    • Her beatification, the penultimate step on the way to sainthood, has taken place at surprising speed even in the context of the ‘saint factory’ that is the contemporary Vatican.
    • The problem is that you confused beatification and canonization.
    • After Escrivá's death in 1975, a third of the world's bishops petitioned the Vatican to open his cause for beatification and canonisation.
    • The Vatican said at the weekend that a decision in favour of the pope's eventual fast-track beatification would be the ‘exclusive competence’ of his successor.