One of the founding fathers of the European Union was put on the path to sainthood by Pope Francis.
Robert Schuman, who called for a supranational community for coal and steel in 1950, was recognised by the Pope for his “heroic virtues”, the Vatican said.
Mr Schuman said cooperation on coal and steel, especially involving France and Germany, would make future wars impossible.
The Schuman Plan led to the European Economic Community in 1957, which evolved into the modern EU in 1993.
Climbing upon the butter mountain the Lord showed him the Promised Land of the technocratic state run by functionaires. He did then walk upon the wine lake before revealing, to the astonished worshipers of the Golden Market, all 1,252 pages of the duck egg regulations and said “There’s more of it where that came from!” and they turned from false idols and praise the Lord.