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~ Martyrs of China [5] ~

Under the Communists

 

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.

 

  

(19)   THEOPHILUS FROM OSTERMIETHING AND ANTONIN FROM LINZ

           

Antonin SchröcksnadelTheophil Ruderstaller    1.    MICHAEL RUDERSTALLER (THEOPHILUS FROM OSTERMIETHING)

            professed priest, Capuchin Franciscans

            born: 28 September 1906 in Ostermiething, Braunau am Inn (Austria)

    2.    JOSEF SCHRÖCKSNADEL (ANTONIN FROM LINZ)

            professed priest, Capuchin Franciscans

            born: 07 December 1905 in Linz (Austria)

            died: 10 June 1946 in Fujin, Heilongjiang (China)

           

            competent forum: Innsbruck

            CCS protocol number:  

            type of cause: martyrdom

             

            transfer of competent forum: (from the apostolic prefecture of Qiqihar)

            nihil obstat:

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

           

            postulator:

            petitioner: Österreichische Kapuzinerprovinz, Kaiserjagerstraße, 6, A-6020 Innsbruck, AUSTRIA

            website:

           

  

(20)    CHANG CHRYSOSTOMUS AND 32 COMPANIONS

            FROM THE TRAPPIST MONASTERY OF YANGJIAPING

 

 

    1.    FOU BRUNO

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1868 in Suanhua, Hebei (China)

            died: 15 August 1947 in Zhangjiazhuang, Hebei (China)

 

 

    2.    GAO MATTHIAS (CLEMENS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 02 January 1899 in Suanhua, Hebei (China)

    3.    WANG LIU PHILIPPUS

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1877 in Beijing (China)

            died: 18 August 1947 in Yangjiaping, Hebei (China)

 

 

Augustin Cambourieu    4.    AUGUSTIN CAMBOURIEU (GUILLAUME)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 17  September 1878 in Saint-Flour, Cantal (France)

            died: 06 September 1947 in Malaizun, Hebei (China)

Stéphane Maury 

  

    5.    STÉPHANE MAURY

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 10 October 1886 in Lyon, Rhône (France)

            died: 08 September 1947  in Dengjiayu, Hebei (China)

   

   

    6.    LICHANG IOANNES (MARCUS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1885 in Hejian, Hebei (China)

            died: 10 September 1947 in Dengjiayu, Hebei (China)

 

 

Alphonse L'Heureux    7.    ALBERT L’HEUREUX (ALPHONSE)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 13 October 1894 in Québec (Canada)

            died: 13 September 1947 in Dengjiayu, Hebei (China)

     

   

    8.    YING MATTHIAS (AEMILIUS)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 1886 in Shandong (China)

    9.    MA ALOYSIUS (CONRADUS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1872 in Beijing (China)

    10.  LI ANDREAS (HIERONYMUS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1873 in Yinchu, Suanhua, Hebei (China)

            died: 15 September 1947 in Dengjiayu, Hebei (China)

  

    

    11.  QIN PAULUS (BARTHOLOMAEUS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1893 in Hejian, Hebei (China)

    12.  REN IOSEPHUS (ALOYSIUS A GONZAGA)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1872 in Lunhu, Hebei (China)

            died: 20 September 1947 in Dengjiayu, Hebei (China)

     

   

Fan Andreas    13.  FAN ANDREAS (ANTONIUS)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 1885 in Yinchu, Suanhua, Hebei (China)

            died: 13 October 1947 in Mujiazhuang, Hebei (China)

Louis Faure 

 

    14.  LOUIS FAURE (AUGUSTIN)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 23 August 1873 in Lyon, Rhône (France)

            died: 18 October 1947 in Mujiazhuang, Hebei (China)

   

  

    15.  FAN LUCAS (HUGO)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 1881 in Yinchu, Suanhua, Hebei (China) 

    16.  WANG SIMON (IRENAEUS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1884 in Beijing (China)

            died: 31 October 1947 in Zhejiadai, Hebei (China)

   

    

    17.  CHAO IOANNES (MALACHIAS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1872 in Jingding, Hebei (China)

    18.  LIOU IOANNES (AMEDAEUS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1899 in Hejian, Hebei (China)

            died: 01 November 1947 in Mujiazhuang, Hebei (China)

   

    

    19.  SHU FRANCISCUS (MARTINUS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born:  06 June 1899 in Suanhua, Hebei (China)

            died: 30 November 1947 in Yuxian, Hebei (China)

   

    

Joseph Drost    20.  JOSEPH ALPHONSE DROST (AELRÈDE)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 14 March 1912 in Haarlem, North Holland (Netherlands)

            died: 05 December 1947 in Huanghuagou, Hebei (China)

   

    

    21.  CHANG HENRICUS (ODILO)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 24 June 1897 in Jilin (China)

            died: 07 December 1947 in Huanghuagou, Hebei (China)

   

    

    22.  ZHAO THOMAS (BONAVENTURA)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 02 January 1902 in Beijing (China)

            died: 08 December 1947 in Huanghuagou, Hebei (China)

   

    

Xiu Michaël    23.  XIU MICHAËL

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 08 May 1901 in Shanghai (China)

            died: 13 December 1947 in Huanghuagou, Hebei (China)   

    

   

    24.  SHU IACOBUS (SIMON)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 26 April 1897 in Beijing (China)

    25.  DIAN IOANNES GABRIEL

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1861 in Baguang, Suanhua (China)

            died: 31 December 1947 in Yuxian, Hebei (China)

   

    

    26.  GENG IOSEPHUS (BASILIUS)

            professed cleric, Trappists

            born: 18 May 1915 in Haimen, Jiangsu (China)

            died: 18 January 1947 in Huanghuagou, Hebei (China)

   

    

Chang Chrysostomus    27.  CHANG CHRYSOSTOMUS

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 16 January 1920 in Beijing (China)

    28.  ZHE IOANNES (SERAPHINUS)

            professed priest, Trappists

            born: 1909 in Baoding, Hebei (China)

    29.  HUANG PAULUS (DAMIANUS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 1893 in Jinzhou, Liaoning (China)

    30.  LIU AUGUSTINUS (ALEXIUS)

            professed religious, Trappists

            born: 06 March 1897 in Baoding, Hebei (China)

    31.  SUI FRANCISCUS XAVERIUS (ELIGIUS)

            professed cleric, Trappists

            born: 18 October 1918 in Shanghai (China)

    32.  MIAO IOANNES MARIA

            professed cleric, Trappists

            born: 1919 in ? (China) 

            died: 28 January 1948 in Banpu, Hebei (China)

   

    

    33.  YUEN THOMAS (THEODORUS)

            born: professed priest, Trappists

            born: 06 December 1915 in Suanhua, Hebei (China)

            died: April 1948 in Mujiazhuang, Hebei (China)

           

            competent forum: Beijing

            CCS protocol number: 1509

            type of cause: martyrdom

 

            nihil obstat:

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry:

            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: Abbaye Notre-Dame de Sept-Fons, 03290 Dompierre sur Besbre, FRANCE

            website:

           

 

(21)    FRANCIS XAVIER FORD

            priest of the Maryknoll Missionary Society;

                    bishop of Meixian [a.k.a., Kaiying]

            born: 11 January 1892 in Brooklyn, New York (United States)

            died: 21 February 1952 in Guangzhou, Guangdong (China)

       

            competent forum: Brooklyn

            CCS protocol number: 2631

            type of cause: martyrdom

             

            transfer of competent forum: 30 November 2004 (from Guangzhou)

            nihil obstat:

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry:

            submission of Positio to CCS:

            particular meeting of theological consultors:

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

 

            postulator:

            petitioner: [see 1919: Thomas Frederick Price]

            website:

        

 

(22)    SHI XIANZHI MARIA AGNES [MALI Yiani] 石献智 .瑪利  雅妮 [biography]

            professed religious, Ursuline Missionaries of the Sacred Heart

            born: 06 July 1913 in Yangzhou, Jiangsu (China)

            died: 28 December 1960 in Baihu, Lujiang, Anhui (China)

       

            competent forum: Parma

            CCS protocol number: 1659

            type of cause: martyrdom

             

            transfer of competent forum: 28 January 1989 (from Shanghai)

            nihil obstat:

            opening of diocesan inquiry:

            closing of diocesan inquiry:

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 02 May 2008

            submission of Positio to CCS:

            particular meeting of theological consultors:

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

 

            postulator: Rev. Augusto Luca, sx

            petitioner: [1923: Drusilla Zileri dal Verme (Maria Lucrezia)]

                                 Ursuline Missionaries, Minstu Chien 142, 303 Hukou Hsinchu- Hsien, TAIWAN

            website:

Note: The Chinese name is alternatively spelled “Shih Hsienchih”.

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