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Pope Francis declared 10 new saints during the first canonization ceremony at the Vatican in more than two years on Sunday.
Among the 10 new saints is Titus Brandsma, a Dutch priest and journalist who was killed in a Nazi concentration camp in 1942. The others include an 18th Century Indian convert known as Devashayam, as well as four priests and four nuns who founded religious orders in Europe, according to the Associated Press.
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