Canonisation

Canonisation, in the Romish Church, is the solemn declaration by the Pope that a servant of God, renowned for his virtue and for miracles he has wrought, is to be publicly venerated by the whole Church, termed Saint, and honoured by a special festival. A preparatory stage is beatification, and the beatification and canonisation of a saint are promoted by a long, tedious, and costly process, much resembling a suit at law.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cañon of Colorado * Canopus
Canea
Canina, Luigi
Cannæ
Cannes
Canning, Charles John, Earl
Canning, George
Cano, Alonzo
Cano, Sebastian del
Canon
Cañon of Colorado
Canonisation
Canopus
Canosa
Canossa
Canova, Antonio
Canrobert, François
Cant
Cant, Andrew
Cantabri
Cantacuze`nus, John
Cantarini, Simone