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You start by contacting your local bishop. However, please remember that you must first be dead.

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To be considered for sainthood in the Catholic Church, a person must be nominated by their local bishop, and their case is then reviewed by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints in Rome. If the congregation finds evidence of heroic virtue or martyrdom, the candidate may be declared "Venerable" and undergo further scrutiny before potential beatification and canonization.

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