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~ Concession of Mass and Office ~

Pius VII [1800-23]

     

Bd. Raniero d’Arezzo

from Borgo San Sepolcro

(? -1304)

c.m.o. 18 December 1802

Bd. Antonio Patrizi

from Monticiano

(c. 1280-1311)

c.m.o. 1 March 1804

Bd. Girolamo Gherarducci from Recanati

(? -1350)

c.m.o. 21 October 1804

Bd. Elisabetta Picenardi

from Mantua

(c. 1430-68)

c.m.o. 20 November 1804

Bd. Ugolino Zeffirini

from Cortona

(c. 1320-67)

c.m.o. 21 October 1804

Pius VII [cont.]

   

Bd. Filippa Mareri

(c. 1190-1236)

c.m.o. 30 April 1806

Bd. Giacomo Villa

“the Almsgiver”

(c. 1260-1304)

c.m.o. 18 May 1806

Bd. Giovanni from Penna San Giovanni

(c. 193-1270)

c.m.o. 20 November 1806

Bd. Felicia Meda

(1378-1444)

c.m.o. 2 May 1807

Bd. Sadok from Sandomierz and 48 Companion

(† 1260)

c.m.o. 18 October 1807

Pius VII [cont.]

     

Bd. Caterina Mattei

from Racconigi

(1486-1547)

c.m.o. 9 April 1808

Bd. Dominguito del Val

(1243-50) [*]

c.m.o. 9 July 1808

Bd. Piero Capucci from Città di Castello

(c. 1390-1445)

c.m.o. 16 May 1816

Bd. Giacomo (Iacopo) from Varazze

(c. 1226-98)

c.m.o. 7 September 1816

Bd. Nevolone from Faenza

(? -1280)

c.m.o. 4 June 1817

* 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).

Pius VII [cont.]

Leo XII [1823-29] Gregory XVI [1831-46]
       

Bd. Corrado from Offida

(c. 1241-1306)

c.m.o. 13 October 1818

Bd. Simone Ballacchi

(c. 1240-1319)

c.m.o. 14 March 1820

Bd. Costanzo Servoli da Fabriano

(? -1481)

c.m.o. 22 September 1821

Bd. Villana de’ Botti

(1332-61)

c.m.o. 22 March 1824

St. Philomena

(?) [**]

c.m.o. 30 January 1837

** 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).

Pius IX [1846-78]

Pius X [1903-14]

John XXIII [1958-63]

       

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

St. Martino from León

(c. 1130-1203)

c.m.o. 12 December 1959

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

John Paul II [1978-2005]

     
     

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

     

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