Today in a private audience, rather than a consistory, His Holiness Pope Francis met with Angelo Card. Amato, Prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints. Francis extended to the whole Latin Church the liturgical cult in honor of Blessed Peter Faber, Jesuit priest, who died in Rome on 1 August 1546, thus inscribing his name album of the saints.
Francis had waived the normal process for canonizing a saint, one of his favorites in the Society of Jesus to which Francis himself belonged. The French-born St. Peter Faber was one of the first members of the Jesuits.
In The Big Interview™, Pope Francis spoke of
“Faber’s “dialogue with all, even the most remote and even with his opponents; his simple piety, a certain naïveté perhaps; his being available straightaway; his careful interior discernment; the fact that he was a man capable of great and strong decisions but also capable of being so gentle and loving.”
Since we may as of now refer to Saint Peter Faber, it is unclear to me if there will be an public ceremony. We will also have to see what Proper the Congregation for Divine Worship has put together.