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~ Martyrs of China [2] ~

Seventeeth to Nineteenth Centuries

 

Following the editorial style for Chinese names in the Chicago Manual of Style, the Chinese family name in this page is given first, followed by the Chinese given name. Then comes the Latin baptismal name of the martyr, followed by its Pinyin Romanization (enclosed in brackets). What follows next is the full name of the martyr in Mandarin Chinese. The italicized prefix shi is traditionally attached to the second family name of a widow or married woman. The family name to which it is affixed is the woman’s maiden name.

 

 

(2)      PERE SANS JORDÀ AND 4 COMPANION MARTYRS

            FROM THE DOMINICANS OF THE APOSTOLIC VICARIATE OF FUJIAN

            

            competent forum: Fuzhou

            CCS protocol number: ---

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings:

            introduction of cause:

            decree of “non cultu”:

            opening of apostolic process:

            closing of apostolic process:

            decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

            antepreparatory congregation:

            preparatory congregation:

            general congregation: 

            promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 06 January 1893

            beatification: 14 May 1893

            canonization: [see Martyrs of China (1): Zhao Rong Augustinus and 119 Companions]

            

            Note: The martyrs who were part of this cause are marked with a single asterisk (*) in the linked page.

             

 

(3)      JEAN-GABRIEL-TAURIN DUFRESSE, PIERRE-DUMOULIN BORIE,

            CLEMENTE IGNACIO DELGADO, DOMINGO HENARES,

            AND 46 COMPANION MARTYRS FROM THE CLERGY AND LAYFAITHFUL

            OF THE APOSTOLIC VICARIATES OF GUIZHOU, SICHUAN,

            WESTERN TONKIN, COCHINCHINA AND EASTERN TONKIN

                        

            competent forum:

            CCS protocol number: ---

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings:

            introduction of cause:

            decree of “non cultu”:

            opening of apostolic process:

            closing of apostolic process:

            decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

            antepreparatory congregation:

            preparatory congregation:

            general congregation: 

            promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 02 July 1899

            beatification: 27 May 1900

            canonization: [see Martyrs of China (1): Zhao Rong Augustinus and 119 Companions]

            

            Note: The original cause included twelve martyrs killed in China. In the linked page, these martyrs are signified

                       with two asterisks (**).

                  

 

(4)      FRANCESCO MARIA LANTRUA (GIOVANNI FROM TRIORA)

            

            competent forum: Changsha

            CCS protocol number: ---

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings:

            introduction of cause:

            decree of “non cultu”:

            opening of apostolic process:

            closing of apostolic process:

            decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

            antepreparatory congregation:

            preparatory congregation:

            general congregation: 

            promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 25 March 1900

            beatification: 27 May 1900

            canonization: [see Martyrs of China (1): Zhao Rong Augustinus and 119 Companions]

            

            Note: This martyr is marked with four asterisks (****) in the linked page.

             

 

(5)      JEAN-François-RÉgis CLET

            

            competent forum: Wuchang

            CCS protocol number: ---

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings:

            introduction of cause:

            decree of “non cultu”:

            opening of apostolic process:

            closing of apostolic process:

            decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

            antepreparatory congregation:

            preparatory congregation:

            general congregation: 

            promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 25 February 1900

            beatification: 27 May 1900

            canonization: [see Martyrs of China (1): Zhao Rong Augustinus and 119 Companions]

            

            Note: This martyr is marked with three asterisks (***) in the linked page.

             

 

(6)      Jean-Gabriel Perboyre

            priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)

            born: 06 January 1802 in Puech, Montgesy (France)

            died: 11 September 1840 in Wuchang, Wuhan, Hubei (China)

       

            competent forum: Wuchang

            CCS protocol number: 879

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings:

            introduction of cause:

            decree of “non cultu”:

            opening of apostolic process:

            closing of apostolic process:

            decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

            antepreparatory congregation:

            preparatory congregation:

            general congregation: 

            promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 30 May 1889

            beatification: 10 November 1889

                 opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 1892

                 closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

                 decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 09 March 1896

                 antepreparatory congregation on miracle: 1901

                 preparatory congregation on miracle: 1903

                 meeting of the Medical Board: 17 November 1994

                 particular meeting of theological consultors: 21 February 1995

                 session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 04 April 1995

                 promulgation of decree on miracle: 06 April 1996

            canonization: 02 June 1996

                    

            information:

            website:

           

 

(7)      ETIENNE-THÉODORE-CUENOT, JEAN-PIERRE NÉEL,

            PIERRE-FRANÇOIS NÉRON, JEAN-THÉOPHANE VÉNARD,

            AND 29 COMPANION MARTYRS FROM THE CLERGY AND LAYFAITHFUL

            OF THE APOSTOLIC VICARIATES OF GUIZHOU, WESTERN TONKIN, AND COCHINCHINA

            

            competent forum:

            CCS protocol number: ---

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings:

            introduction of cause:

            decree of “non cultu”:

            opening of apostolic process:

            closing of apostolic process:

            decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

            antepreparatory congregation:

            preparatory congregation:

            general congregation: 

            promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 02 August 1908

            beatification: 02 May 1909

            canonization: [see Martyrs of China (1): Zhao Rong Augustinus and 119 Companions]

            

            Note: The original cause included thirteen martyrs killed in China. In the linked page, these martyrs are signified

                       with five asterisks (*****).

                  

 

(8)     QINDUO SHE [QUINCTUS SIE]

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Northern Jiangxi; married; catechist

            born: ca. 1780 in Yihuang, Fuzhou, Jiangxi (China)

            died: 17 November 1857 in Duchang, Jiujiang, Jiangxi (China)

          

            competent forum: Nanchang

            CCS protocol number: 378

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings:

            introduction of cause:

            decree of “non cultu”:

            opening of apostolic process:

            closing of apostolic process:

            decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

            antepreparatory congregation:

            preparatory congregation:

            general congregation: 

                    

            postulator:

            petitioner:

            website:

           

 

(9)      CLAUDE CHEVRIER, WU VINCENTIUS, MARIE-THÉRÈSE MARQUET, 

            AND 9 COMPANIONS FROM THE VINCENTIAN FAMILY

            OF THE DIOCESE OF TIANJIN

 

    1.    CLAUDE CHEVRIER

            priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)

            born: 13 August 1821 in Saint-Jodard

                            (today Saint-Étienne), Loire (France)

    2.    WU VINCENTIUS [吴.  文森特]

            priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)

            born: 03 September 1821 in Pantang, Nanhai, Guangdong (China)

Élisabeth Marquet    3.    MARIE-THÉRÈSE MARQUET (ÉLISABETH)

            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

            born: 18 November 1824 in Montenaeken, Limburg (Belgium)

    4.    MARIA CLORINDA ANDREONI (VITTORIA)

            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

            born: 13 June 1836 in San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Florence (Italy)

    5.    MARIE-JOSÈPHE ADAM (JOSÉPHINE)

Eugénie PavillonJoséphine Adam            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

            born: 02 April 1836 in Arbrefontaine, Namur (Belgium)

    6.    MARIE-ANNE PAVILLON (EUGÉNIE)

            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

            born: 11 February 1823 in La Tourlandry, Maine-et-Loire (France)

    7.    AMÉLIE-CAROLINE LEGRAS (VINCENTE)

            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

Louise ViolletMarie ClavelinVincente Legras            born: 10 July 1834 in Paris (France)

    8.    MARIE-SÉRAPHIE CLAVELIN (MARIE)

            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

            born: 30 November 1822 in Névy-sur-Seille, Jura (France)

    9.    MARIE-PAULINE VIOLLET (LOUISE)

            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

            born: 11 October 1852 in Communauté, Saône-et-Loire (France)

Marie-Louise O'SullivanThérèse LenuAurélie Tillet    10.  MARIE-AIMÉE TILLET (AURÉLIE)

            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

            born: 16 July 1836 in Aulnay-la-Rivière, Loiret (France)

    11.  MARIE-ANGÉLIQUE LENU (THÉRÈSE)

            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

            born: 05 January 1832 in Paris (France)

    12.  ALICE O’SULLIVAN (MARIE-LOUISE)

            professed religious, Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul

            born: 01 December 1836 in Clonmel, Tipperary (Ireland)

            died: 20 June 1870 in Tianjin, Hebei (China)

           

           

            competent forum: Tianjin

            CCS protocol number: 360

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings: 22 September 1960

            introduction of cause:

            opening of apostolic process:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiries:

            submission of Positio to CCS:

            session of historical consultants:

            particular meeting of theological consultors:

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

                    

            postulator:

            petitioner:

            website:

           

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