Alas the "beatification" is done according to the Conciliar church guidelines, not the One True Roman Catholic church. So,Padre Pio , for example, may indeed have been saintly, but until Catholicism returns to Rome. we officially can do naught but hope.
JPII a saint? - Meknows not such an abomination.
"Alas, the "beatification" is done according to the Conciliar church guidelines..."
And, of course, the NO "Church" did away with the one element that insured that all the I's were dotted and the T's crossed: THE DEVILS ADVOCATE. Prior to Vatican II, beatifications and or canonizations sometimes took centuries. JPII made more "saints" than all the previous popes combined. It was akin to ripping sheets off a roll of toilet paper. Then, of course, JPII himself, was made some sort of "saint" because he was so enamoured with the Koran: giving it big sloppy smooches.
If the Devil's Advocate had been in place as it was before it was consigned to the rubbish heap of history, JPII wouldn't have gotten out of the gate. Neither would have all the other so-called saints like Paul VI and the rest of those scoundrels. Indeed, destroy Christ Church and become a saint. Typical Vatican II oxymoronic thinking. There is possibly one exception: Jacinta of Fatima as she was too young to need a Devil's Advocate.