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No. Frequently, sainthood is bestowed upon individuals whose lifestyle or conduct reflected the ideals of their religion, for example, Mother Teresa.

Many Protestant churches do not accept the title of "saint" other than as a generic term referring to any believer.

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The problem with your question of course is the assumption that people can perform miracles. This is simply not the case. If anything miraculous happens, it it not by any of our means that it happens but rather by God's power. Therefore, no saint can perform miracles. They might be blessed with God working through them, but it is not they who perform miracles.

Other than that, the above answer seems pretty accurate.

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In The Bible all believes were called "Saints" so all believers are saints.

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