Pope Francis Set to Declare Jesuit Priest a Saint
He should be honored for his tireless apostolic work during the Catholic Counter-Reformation, but is there any local or universal cult to him? The age of the Protestant Reformation (and the Catholic Counter-Reformation) is gone and one might think that the reforms needed then are not complete still. He might still be relevant, an example for us now?
Edit. Vatican News
Fr. Z Pope approves canonization of St. Peter Faber, waiving the usual process