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~ Concession of Mass and Office ~

 
Clement VII
[1523-34]
Sixtus V
[1585-90]
Clement VIII
[1592-1605]
Paul V
[1605-21]

Bd. Giacomo Salomoni from Venice

(1231-1314)

c.m.o. 25 January 1525

Bd.” Simone Unverdorben from Trent

(1472-75) [*]

c.m.o. 8 June 1588

Bd. Atto from Pistoia

(c. 1070-1153)

c.m.o. 24 January 1605

Bd. Gioacchino Piccolomini

(1258-1305)

c.m.o. 21 March 1609

Bd. Margherita della Metola from Città di Castello

(c. 1287-1320)

c.m.o. 19 October 1609

* This cultus was abandoned by the postconciliar Church following a communiqué from the Congregation of Rites dated 4 May 1965 addressed to Archbishop Alessandro Maria Gottardi of Trent on the obligation of the prudent removal [prudente rimozione] of the cult of Simone of Trent in accordance with can. 1284 (CIC 1917). In response, Archbishop Gottardi issued on 28 October 1965 a notification addressed to the faithful of the Archdiocese of Trent abolishing the cultus.

Paul V

[cont.]

Urban VIII
[1623-44]
Clement X
[1670-76]

Bd. Pierre Salignac de Thomas

(c. 1305-66)

c.m.o. 1609

[Bd.] Rita Lotti

from Cascia

(c. 1381-1457)

c.m.o. 02 October 1627

c.c. 13 August 1737

can. 24 May 1900

St. Roch from Montpelier

(c. 1346-1376)

c.m.o. 26 November 1629

Bd. Franco Lippi

from Siena

(? -1291)

c.m.o. 1670

Bd.  Veronica Negroni

from Binasco

(1445-97)

c.m.o. 6 February 1672

Clement X

[cont.]

Innocent XI
[1676-89]
Innocent XII
[1691-1700]

Bd. Avertano from Lucca

(? -1380)

c.m.o. 12 May 1672

Bd. Brocard from

Mount Carmel

(c. 1150-1221)

c.m.o. 1672

Bd. Pietro Igneo

(?-1089)

c.m.o. 4 March 1673

St. Bernard from

Mont-Joux

(? -1081)

c.m.o. 9 August 1681

Bd. Lucchese from Poggibonsi

(c. 1180-1251)

c.m.o. 25 March 1697

Innocent XII

[cont.]

Clement XI
[1700-21]
Clement XII
[1730-40]

Bd. Benvenuto from Gubbio

(? -1232)

c.m.o. 1697

[Bd.] Angela from Foligno

(c. 1248-1309)

c.m.o. 3 April 1701 

eq. can. 12 October 1997

Bd. Elisabetta Amodei

(1465-98)

c.m.o. 11 September 1730

St. Pietro Orseolo

(926-88)

c.m.o. 2 May 1731

Bb. Juan from Cetina & Pedro de Dueñas

(† 1397)

c.m.o. 29 August 1731

Benedict XIV
[1740-58]
Clement XIII
[1758-69]

Bd. Arcangelo Canetoli

(c. 1460-1513)

c.m.o. 2 October 1748

Bd. Ruggero from Todi

(c. 1190-1237)

c.m.o. 15 April 1752

Bd. Agnese from Assisi

(1197-1253)

c.m.o. 15 April 1752

Bd. Pietro Acotanto

(1108-87)

c.m.o. 08 August 1759

Bd. Eustochio Bellini

from Padua

(1444-69)

c.m.o. 22 March 1760

Clement XIII

[cont.]

Clement XIV
[1769-74]
Pius VI
[1775-99]

Bd. Torello Torelli

from Poppi

(1202-82)

c.m.o. 7 March 1761

Bd. Giordano Forzatè

(c. 1158-1248)

c.m.o. 6 September 1769

Bd. Egidio from Assisi

(? -1262)

c.m.o. 4 July 1777

Bd. Corrado Miliani

from Ascoli

(1234-89)

c.m.o. 30 August 1783

Bd. Pietro Marchioni

from Treia

(1227-1304)

c.m.o. 11 September 1793

Pius VI

[cont.]

Pius VII
[1800-23]

Bd. Gentile Finaguerra

from Matelica

(c. 1290-1340)

c.m.o. 2 February 1795

Bd. Ugolino Zeffirini

from Cortona

(c. 1320-67)

c.m.o. 21 October 1804

Bd. Felicia Meda

(1378-1444)

c.m.o. 2 May 1807

“Bd.” Dominguito del Val

(1243-50) [*]

c.m.o. 9 July 1808

Bd. Corrado from Offida

(c. 1241-1306)

c.m.o. 13 October 1818

* This cultus - and similar others arising from anti-Semitic allegations of the ritual murder of Christian children by Jews in the Middle Ages - was consequently abandoned by the postconciliar Church following a communiqué from the Congregation of Rites dated 4 May 1965 addressed to Archbishop Alessandro Maria Gottardi of Trent on the obligation of the prudent removal [prudente rimozione] of the cult of “Bd.” Simon of Trent in accordance with can. 1284 (CIC 1917).

Gregory XVI

[1831-46]

Pius IX
[1846-78]
Pius X
[1903-14]

“St.” Philomena

(?) [**]

c.m.o. 30 January 1837

Bd. Ramon Llull

(c. 1233-1316)

c.m.o. 11 September 1847

Bd. Roseline de

Villeneuve

(1263-1329)

c.m.o. 9 May 1851

Bd. Étienne de Châtillon

(1155-1208)

c.m.o. 1852

Ss. Celsus from Armagh 

(c. 1080-1129)

and 4 other Irish Saints

[***]

c.m.o. 7 September 1903

** Scientific and historical studies validating doubt on the authenticity of both the person and the relics of this alleged saint ultimately led the Congregation of Rites, in accordance with can. 1284 (CIC 1917), to order in the Instruction De calendariis particularibus (14 February 1961) that “the feast of Saint Philomena, virgin and martyr (August 11) be deleted from all calendars” (no. 33).

*** The others being Catald of Taranto (†685); Brendan of Clonfert (484-577); Cainnech of Aghaboe (515-600); and Columba of Iona (521-97).

John XXIII

[1958-63]

Paul VI
[1963-78]
John Paul II
[1978-2005]

St. Martino from León

(c. 1130-1203)

c.m.o. 12 December 1959

Bd. Gizella from Hungary

(984-1065)

[****]

c.m.o. 18 June 1975

[Bd.] Jadwiga

Andegawénska

(c. 1374-99)

c.m.o. 31 May 1979

can. 8 June 1997

Bd. Giovanni Saziari

(c. 1327-71)

c.m.o. 9 December 1980

Bd. Giovanni from Fiesole [Fra Angelico]

(c. 1400-55)

c.m.o. 3 October 1982

**** According to a decree dated 18 June 1975, the Congregation for Divine Worship approved the request of 23 German dioceses, including the Diocese of Passau, to include in their Mass texts “Sancta Gisela”. It should be noted, however, that the cult has not yet been recognized by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints.

 


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