On his way through the holiness of the Polish Pope John Paul II, a committee of seven doctors of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints validated the inexplicable cure of a woman as the miracle necessary for the advancement of the cause of canonization.
Doctors at the Vatican recognized as a miracle this healing, however a commission of theologians must approve it before it is submitted to the opinion of bishops and cardinals of the Congregation members gathered in plenary. Pope Francisco will be responsible for signing the decree authorizing the canonization, which states that a person is a (a) holy (a) of the Catholic Church.
On the other hand, after years paralyzed, the Vatican official Monsignor Vincenzo Paglia will continue the process of beatification of Archbishop of El Salvador Oscar Arnulfo Romero (shot in 1980 when celebrating mass) Pope custody Francisco.
Archbishop Romero was assassinated after defending the poor of El Salvador and denounce the government violence. His murder was one of the causes of civil war that left nearly 90,000 dead or missing in the next 12 years.