A group in California has entered a petition for the cause for Sainthood, of a woman who was raised LDS in Utah.
Cora Louisa Yorgason Evans was born in Midvale, Utah, July 9, 1904, and raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was married in the LDS Temple on June 4, 1924, and 10 years later became a Catholic and was baptized in St. Joseph Catholic Church in Ogden.
Ostracized from family and friends, the Evans family moved to southern California in 1941. Jesuit Father Frank Parrish became Evans’ spiritual advisor, as she had previously witnessed in ecstasy. Fr. Parrish was best known in Catholic circles for his blessing of terminally ill Jesuit Father John A. Houle with the relic of Blessed Claude la Colombiere in 1990. This led to a miraculous cure and the canonization of Claude in 1992.
The whole article is here:http://www.icatholic.org/article/cause- ... n--1481252
If the cause is approved, there would be a St. Cora of Midvale. (sounds funny, lol) Though, most likely she would be St. Cora of Santa Clara. That has better ring to it, St. Cora of St. Claire!
St. Claire, pray for us!