It looks like both Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII (the pope who called the Second Vatican Council) are to be canonized:
Pope John Paul II was the pope of my childhood (though I was born under Paul VI), and was a great influence on me when I started attending Mass again after an absence in my youth (I never said I wasn’t Catholic, but I only attended occasionally in my late teenage years, and in my early 20’s).
I always feel a bit off about the rush to canonize John Paul II, even though he was (and is) a role-model for me, and I do not doubt his holiness, his dedication to Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church. I guess I feel it is harder to be objective this close to when a person dies.
I also feel a bit off about waving the requirements of a second miracle for Pope John XXIII. I guess just because it is a break from tradition, and I am a very traditional Catholic. Still, Pope Francis has the right to wave that requirement.
So we will have two new saints, sometime in the near future – Pope John Paul II, and Pope John XXIII. December 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, is being mentioned as a possible date for the canonizations.