Every Christian tradition, in my opinion, has its own canon of saints, official of otherwise. Maybe even individuals do - the names of those whose lives have inspired us in faith and service.
When I was a ministerial student, one of the 'saints unofficial' celebrated by the college community was Archbishop Oscar Romero, who was remembered annually in the context of our chapel Eucharist, along with the (unnamed) nuns also slaughtered, . We learned of the faith, work, witness and sacrifice of this able pastor and theologian. We welcomed students from El Salvador on our Masters programme, learning with and from them what liberation theology looks like in various contexts.
Today, the Roman Catholic Church formally canonises Archbishop Oscar Romero... it gives me a wry chuckle to think that Baptists, who don't do saints (much) got there at least two decades earlier.
May the legacy of courage, truth, love and sacrifice continue to inspire and encourage others, whatever their tradition or faith, now and long into the future.