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  • Writer's pictureDr. Anthony Lilles

The Canonization Process for Elisabeth of the Trinity

Over the summer, the Archdiocese of Dijon has opened the process for the canonization of Blessed Elisabeth of the Trinity, the Carmelite Mystic of Dijon, France (1880-1906). Blessed John Paul II identified her as a strong influence on his spiritual life at her beatification in 1984. Cardinal Decourtray (at the time Bishop of Dijon) attributed his own healing to her intercession at the time. Centennial celebrations throughout France indicate that many have discovered devotion to the Trinity and deeper contemplative prayer through her life, writings and intercession. For many, her canonization would express and deepen their sense of gratitude to this pianist become nun at the turn of the last century. Part of the process leading to the declaration of sainthood requires that a second miracle be obtained by her intercession after her beatification. This seems to have happened for a religion teacher dying of Sjogren's Syndrome. Miss Marie-Paul Stevens, while on a pilgrimage to Blessed Elizabeth's convent, in Flavignerot, just outside of Dijon, appears to have been completely cured. Investigation of the miracle is part of the process. Go here for the original report in Italian. For more on the ceremony opening up the cause, see Laudem Gloriae. This same blog also contains great posts on her Feast Day and the Day of her Death.

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