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~ Martyrs of China [3] ~

Boxer Rebellion († 1900)

 

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.

 

 

(10)   GREGORIO GRASSI, FRANCESCO FOGOLLA, ANTONINO FANTOSATI

            AND 26 COMPANION MARTYRS FROM THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS MINOR,

            FRANCISCAN MISSIONARIES OF MARY, AND LAYFAITHFUL  

            OF THE APOSTOLIC VICARIATES OF NORTHERN SHANXI AND SOUTHERN HUNAN

            

            competent forum: Taiyuan/Hengyang

            CCS protocol number: 363

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            introduction of cause: 10 December 1926

            decree on writings: 12 June 1929

            decree of “non cultu”:

            opening of apostolic process:

            closing of apostolic process:

            decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

            antepreparatory congregation:

            preparatory congregation: 15 December 1936

            general congregation: 

            promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 03 January 1943

            beatification: 24 November 1946

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

            

            Note: The martyrs who were part of this cause are marked with one cross (†) in the linked page.

 

 

(11)   ALBERICO CRESCITELLI

            

            competent forum: Hanzhong

            CCS protocol number: 373

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings:

            introduction of cause: 21 December 1927

            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: 05 March 1950

            beatification: 18 February 1951

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

            

            Note: This martyr is marked with two crosses (††) in the linked page.

 

 

(12)   LÉON-IGNACE MANGIN, PAUL DENN, AND 54 COMPANION MARTYRS

            FROM THE JESUITS AND LAYFAITHFUL

            OF THE APOSTOLIC VICARIATE OF SOUTHEASTERN ZHILI

            

            competent forum: Xianxian

            CCS protocol number: 382

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry: 22 October 1930

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings: 25 March 1945

            introduction of cause: 25 May 1948

            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: 22 February 1955

            beatification: 17 April 1955

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

            

            Note: The martyrs who were part of this cause are marked with three crosses (†††) in the linked page.

 

 

(13)   FERDINAND HAMER AND 46 COMPANIONS FROM THE

            CONGREGATION OF THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY (MISSIONHURST),

            AND THE CLERGY AND LAYFAITHFUL OF THE APOSTOLIC VICARIATE

            OF SOUTHWESTERN MONGOLIA (HOHHOT)

 

 

Iacobus Lou23 July 1900 in Xiaonuo, Inner Mongolia (China)

 

    1.    LOU TIENING IACOBUS

            priest of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1848 in Beijing (China)

 

 

24 July 1900 in Duocheng, Inner Mongolia (China)

 

Ferdinand Hamer    2.    FERDINAND HAMER

            professed priest, Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Missionhurst);

                    apostolic vicar of Inner Mongolia

            born: 21 August 1840 in Nijmegen, Gelderland (Netherlands)

 

 

24 July 1900 in Luanpingxian, Inner Mongolia (China)

 

Jozef Segers

    3.    JOZEF SEGERS

            professed priest, Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Missionhurst)

            born: 27 October 1874 in Sint Niklaas, East Flanders (Belgium)

 

 

13 August 1900 in Ningyuanting, Inner Mongolia (China)

 

Jan MalletAmand Heirman

    4.    AMAND HEIRMAN

            professed priest, Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Missionhurst)

            born: 24 October 1862 in Berlare, East Flanders (Belgium)

    5.    JAN MALLET

            professed priest, Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Missionhurst)

            born: 14 October 1870 in Hechtel, Limburg (Belgium)

 

 

Désiré Abbeloos

Jozef Dobbe

22 August 1900 in Tiegedangou, Inner Mongolia (China)

 

    6.    JOZEF DOBBE

            professed priest, Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Missionhurst)

            born: 19 May 1864 in ‘s Hertogenbosch, North Brabant (Netherlands)

    7.    DÉSIRÉ ABBELOOS

            professed priest, Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Missionhurst)

            born: 20 July 1871 in Opwijk, Flemish Brabant (Belgium)

André Zijlmans    8.    ANDRÉ ZIJLMANS

            professed priest, Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Missionhurst)

            born: 27 December 1873 in Walwijk, North Brabant (Netherlands)

 

 

1900 in Inner Mongolia (China)

 

    9.    ZHEQIONG FRANCISCUS

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; catechist

            born: ca. 1853

    10.  HE SHENZHENG THOMAS

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ?

    11.  YU SANHAN HENRICUS

            young layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1878

    12.  ZHAO BAOZHUZE

            young layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1876

    13.  ZHANG OUXIAO

            seminarian of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1884

    14.  CHENG ANNA

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ca. 1866

    15.  CHANG THERESIA MARIA

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1870

    16.  ZHANG THERESIA

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1873

    17.  FAN MARIA

            young layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1880

    18.  WANG DEGUI IOSEPHUS

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ca. 1836

    19.  FAN MARTHA

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ca. 1863

    20.  HE DAMING IOANNES

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; catechist

            born: ca. 1848

    21.  ZHENG FU PAULUS

            young layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1876

    22.  ZHANG HONGWA MARTHA

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ca. 1849

    23.  ZHAO BI MARTHA

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ?

    24.  ZHOU JUN IOANNES

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ?

    25.  JIAN FU MARIA

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ?

    26.  CAI YU PAULUS

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ?

    27.  ZHENG LEI

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ?

    28.  MENG MAGDALENA

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ?

    29.  ZHAO SHANGNIUZHE ANNA

            young layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1883

    30.  ZHAO SHOULIANG CASIMIRUS

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ca. 1862

    31.  GOU SAN

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ?

    32.  MI JIUYU IACOBUS

            young layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1876

    33.  HE LIU

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1870

    34.  ZHANG GENGYU

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ?

    35.  YANG DANZHE PAULUS

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1870

    36.  YIN DEJING PETRUS

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1827

    37.  YAO FULIN PIUS

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1857

    38.  HOU ZHANOU PETRUS

            young layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1881

    39.  LIU MAOGONG

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married

            born: ?

    40.  YIN FENGMING

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ?

    41.  ZHANG SHANGKUAN

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1844

    42.  WEI MAORAN

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; catechist

            born: ca. 1840

    43.  WANG RUI

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; catechist

            born: ca. 1850

    44.  LI

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia; married; catechist

            born: ca. 1850

    45.  DIAN DOUBAO

            layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Southwestern Mongolia

            born: ca. 1860

 

23 December 1901 in Xiayingzi, Inner Mongolia (China)

 

    46.  REMI VAN MERHAEGHE

            professed priest, Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Missionhurst)

            born: 06 February 1869 in Waregem, West Flanders (Belgium)

    47.  HENRI BONGAERTS

            professed priest, Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Missionhurst)

            born: 22 October 1874 in Tongerlo, Limburg (Belgium)

            

            

            competent forum: Hohhot

            CCS protocol number: 445

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry: 02 July 1912; 27 November 1935

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on writings: 07 January 1951

            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: Missionari di Scheut, Via S. Giovanni Eudes, 95, 00163 Roma, ITALY

            website:

           

 

 

(14)   JULES GARRIGUES, MARIE-AUGUSTE BRUN, AND 9 COMPANIONS

            FROM THE VINCENTIANS, MARIST BROTHERS OF THE SCHOOLS,

            AND CLERGY OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF BEIJING

 

 

Jules Garrigues14 June 1900 in Wangfujing, Dongcheng, Beijing (China)

 

    1.    JULES GARRIGUES

            priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)

            born: 23 June 1840 in Saint-Sernin de Gourgoi, Tarn (France)

 

 

Maurice-Charles-Pascal Doré15 June 1900 in Xizhimen, Xicheng, Beijing (China)

 

    2.    MAURICE-CHARLES-PASCAL DORÉ

            priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)

            born:  15 May 1862 in Paris (France)

 

 

Jen PaulusFan Joseph-Marie-Adon17 June 1900 in Zhalan, Beijing (China)

   

    3.    FAN JOSEPH (JOSEPH-MARIE-ADON)

            professed religious, Marist Brothers of the Schools

            born:  1874 in Beijing (China)

    4.    JEN PAULUS

            postulant, Marist Brothers of the Schools

            born: ? near Beijing (China)

   

       

Bao ThomasNie Petrus18 June 1900 in Xingxing, Nanpi, Hebei (China)

 

    5.    NIE CHUNYUAN PETRUS [聂春元.伯鐸]

            priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)

            born: 24 October 1863 in Shuangshu, Wuqing, Hebei (China)

    6.    BAO THOMAS

            priest of the archdiocese of Beijing

            born: ?

 

 

Joseph-Felicité PlanceLi Andreas18 July 1900 in Beitang, Xicheng, Beijing (China)

 

    7.    LI ANDREAS

            priest of the archdiocese of Beijing

            born: ?

    8.    JOSEPH PLANCHE (JOSEPH-FELICITÉ)

            professed religious, Marist Brothers of the Schools

            born: 04 February 1872 in Étable, Chambéry, Savoie (France)

 

 

Antoine-Claude Chavanne26 July 1900 in Beitang, Xicheng, Beijing (China)

 

    9.     ANTOINE-CLAUDE CHAVANNE

            priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)

            born: 20 August 1862 in Saint-Chamond, Loire (France)

 

 

Marie-Auguste Brun12 August 1900 in Beitang, Xicheng, Beijing (China)

 

    10.  JULES-ANDRÉ BRUN (MARIE-AUGUSTE)

            professed religious, Marist Brothers of the Schools

            born: 17 July 1863 in Saint-Vincent-de-Reins, Rhône (France)

 

 

15 August 1900 in Zhangwang, Dongcheng, Beijing (China)

 

Pasquale Raffaele d'Addosio    11.  PASQUALE RAFFAELE D’ADDOSIO

            priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)

            born: 19 December 1835 in Presicce, Lecce (Italy)

 

            competent forum: Beijing

            CCS protocol number: 458

            type of cause: martyrdom

            

            opening of diocesan inquiry: 01 January 1913

            closing of diocesan inquiry: 28 May 1935

            decree on writings:

            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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