A Saint is a layperson whose life and/or accomplishments are in keeping with the Order’s philosophy and statement of purpose. Any member past the Postulant level may recommend a person for canonization by submitting the proper nomination form to the Mistress of Rituals and Saints, who will bring this to the house. but . The candidate must be voted on by fifty percent (50%) plus one (1) of the general membership at a meeting. A canonization to celebrate the person’s life and accomplishments may be performed as a public fundraiser for that Saint’s favorite charity, or it can take place at any event that is agreed upon by both the General Membership and Saint (i.e. banquet, drag show, comedy roast, anointing, baptismal ritual, bungee jumping, etc.). Saints are not considered members of the Order. They have no membership rights (i.e. voting, progression, etc.), and they cannot speak to the press or the community on behalf of the Order.