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Why did St. John of the Cross become a saint?

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July 23, 2010 9:51PM

Because The Roman Catholic Church Canonized him after he lived a demonstrably Faith-filled life by the standards in use back then, and after several (usually 3 these days) Miracles were attributed to him, either during his life or after his death, and could be attributed to John as a result of prayers to him for his intercession on behalf of the prayerful petitioner with God, resulting in a marked answer/ie: a miracle.