A reader writes:
I’ve often wondered if the Church considers it possible to canonize non-Catholics. If so, I wonder if C.S. Lewis would be a candidate? I had drifted pretty far from my cradle Catholicism when reading Lewis brought me home, and my husband (by heritage Jewish, by belief an atheist) was converted by reading him. I have heard of many others—Catholics and other Christians—who found or were renewed in their faith by his writings.
I feel pretty confident that if I ever make it to Heaven, C.S. Lewis will be there, surrounded by a throng of souls who he helped find their way, and I just have no idea if it’s even possible for the Church to investigate his cause.
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