Candidates for sainthood

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This article is a list of people proposed by each diocese of the Catholic Church for beatification and canonization, whose causes have been officially accepted by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints during the papacy of Pope Francis and are newly given the title as Servants of God. The names listed below are from the Vatican and are listed in month beginning the year 2013, with their birth and death year, position in clerical or religious life, and the place where the saint-to-be lived or died.

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In the Latin Church of the Catholic Church, Servant of God is the style used for a person whose life is being investigated by the Church for possible sainthood.

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