How many of you know that Miss Jean Louis is a saint? You were not aware of this aspect of her? Then, please allow me take you on a journey of the sainthood of Miss Jean Louis.
Check out these definitions:
Saint: “a person of great holiness, virtue, or benevolence”
Benevolence: “the forced contribution to the sovereign”
Sovereign: “a monarch; a king, queen, or other supreme ruler”
Babysitter: “to take watchful responsibility for; tend”
These definitions make the case for the campaign.
Realize that Misha Collins constant references that Miss Jean Louis babysits him (watchful responsibility for) and that Misha identifies himself on Facebook as a “Monarch” (sovereign). So essentially Miss Jean Louis as Misha’s babysitter is “a forced contribution to the sovereign” (benevolence). Which makes her “a person of great benevolence” (saint).
Why hasn’t this woman begun her canonization yet? Oh, right, the first step requires actual death. Well, I am sure she has at times prayed for “relief”, so let’s continue on in a hypothetical scenario. She must have great patience to deal with the ramblings and general antics of Misha and for that we honorarily bestow the title “Servant of God” and she passes the first step toward sainthood.
The next process is to review and present aspects of Miss Jean Louis’ life to assure candidacy for sainthood. To be declared “Venerable” she must be shown to have been heroic in her dedication. She assisted Misha. That is dedication personified. Easy-peasy and done. Miss Jean Louis has passed the second stage.
Now on to the labeling of “Blessed”. Miss Jean Louis would need to be shown as a martyr (someone who died for their faith) or be responsible for bringing about a miracle. The fact that Miss Jean Louis is not only maintain a wrangle on Misha, but to prepare him so fully that he displays all outward visages of normalcy, proves she is a miracle worker indeed. Consider yourself “Blessed” Miss Jean Louis.
The final advancement in order to be declared a saint is for another miracle to occur that would not have happened without the intercession of Miss Jean Louis. On this I call for Misha. I have no doubt that he would be the final piece of the process to canonize Miss Jean Louis. And his anticipated humility and prayers would likely be answered. (Plus he has fictional access to the “higher ups”.) Consider Miss Jean Louis canonized and declared a saint.
Saint Miss Jean Louis has a fabulous ring to it, does it not? Yet, she prefers to go about and do her duties without her title. Because even though she has earned it, she is humble and chooses to live her life without the trappings and decorations that would be bestowed upon her by use of her title. Generous to a fault and completely worthy of fully encompassing all that defines “Saint”.