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Oh My Gaudí!

Gizmodo explores the long-running campaign to get legendary Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí officially named a saint. The deeply religious and widely influential designer of Barcelona's still unfinished Sagrada Família was known as "God's architect" long before the attempts to get him beatified, but the process of campaigning for the world's first sainted architect involves a "mountain of paperwork" attempting to prove he's responsible for at least two miracles. [Gizmodo; previously]