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~ Martyrs Killed in odium fidei under Communist Regimes ~

in Eastern Europe [2]

           

[2]          IVAN ROMANOV AND 2 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE ROMAN CATHOLIC RITE IN BULGARIA

        

           

        1.    YOSIP MANKIN (FLAVIAN FROM GENERAL NIKOLAEVO)

                [ЙОСИР МАНКИН (ФЛАВИАН)]             

                professed priest, Capuchin Franciscans

                born: 11 November 1914 in Kalachli, General Nikolaevo,

                                 Rakovski, Plovdiv (Bulgaria)

                died: 21 October 1944 in Stryama, Rakovski, Plovdiv (Bulgaria)

                     

                     

        2.    PETĂR BAKALSKI (FORTUNAT FROM DUVANLI)

                [ПЕТЪР БАКАЛСКИ (ФОРТУНАТ)] *

                professed priest, Capuchin Franciscans

                born: 06 August 1916 in Duvanli, Kaloyanovo, Plovdiv (Bulgaria)

                died: 02 August 1952 in Sofia (Bulgaria)

                     

                             

        3.    IVAN ROMANOV [ИВАН РОМАНОВ]

                bishop of Sofia

                born: 10 September 1878 in Baltadji, Sekirovo,

                                 Rakovski, Plovdiv (Bulgaria)

                died: 08 January 1953 in Shumen (Bulgaria)

               

                competent forum: Sofia-Plovdiv

                CCS protocol number: 2259 (*  formerly prot. no. 1484)

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 17 November 1998

                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: Fra Carlo Calloni, ofmcap

                petitioner: Bratjata Kapucini, ul. Knjaz Boris I, 125,  1000 Sofia, BULGARIA

                                     [Братята Капуцини, ул. Княз Борис І, 125, 1000 София, България]

                webpage:

               

               

[3]          VALERIU TRAIAN FRENŢIU AND SIX COMPANION BISHOPS

                OF THE ROMANIAN GREEK-CATHOLIC RITE

        

        1.    VASILE AFTENIE

                titular bishop of Ulpiana;

                auxiliary eparch of Făgăraş şi Alba Iulia

                born: 14 June 1899 in Lodroman, Valea Lungă, Alba (Romania)

                died: 10 May 1950 in Văcăreşti, Bucharest (Romania)

                   

                      

        2.    VALERIU TRAIAN FRENŢIU

                eparch of Oradea

                born: 25 April 1875 in Reşiţa, Caraş-Severin (Romania)

                died: 11 July 1952 in Sighetu Marmaţiei, Maramureş (Romania)

                         

                  

        3.    IOAN SUCIU

                titular bishop of Moglaena;

                apostolic administrator of Făgăraş şi Alba Iulia

                born: 04 December 1907 in Blaj, Alba (Romania)

                died: 23 June 1953 in Sighetu Marmaţiei, Maramureş (Romania)

                         

                  

        4.    TIT LIVIU CHINEZU

                titular bishop of Regiana;

                auxiliary eparch of Făgăraş şi Alba Iulia

                born: 1904 in Maioreşti (a.k.a. Huduc), Mureş (Romania)

                died: 15 January 1955 in Sighetu Marmaţiei, Maramureş (Romania)

                         

                  

        5.    IOAN BĂLAN

                eparch of Lugoj

                born: 11 February 1880 in Teius, Alba (Romania)

                died: 04 August 1959 in Bucharest (Romania)

                         

                  

        6.    ALEXANDRU RUSU

                eparch of Maramureş

                born: 22 November 1884 in Săulia de Câmpie, Mureş (Romania)

                died: 09 May 1963 in Gherla, Cluj (Romania)

                         

                  

        7.    IULIU HOSSU

                eparch of  Cluj-Gherla;

                cardinal

                born: 30 January 1885 in Milaş, Bistriţa-Năsăud (Romania)

                died: 28 May 1970 in Bucharest (Romania)

               

                    

                competent forum: Făgăraş şi Alba Iulia and others

                CCS protocol number: 1939

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 28 January 1997

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 16 January 1999

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 10 March 2009

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 18 February 2011

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2018

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 08 January 2019

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 19 March 2019

                beatification: 02 June 2019

               

                postulator: Rev. Vasile Man

                petitioner: Procesul de Beatificare, Calea Motilor 24, 400001 Cluj-Napoca, ROMANIA

                webpage:

               

               

[4]          ANTONIJ MALECKIJ AND 14 COMPANIONS FROM THE

                LATIN AND RUSSIAN BYZANTINE CATHOLIC CHURCHES OF RUSSIA

          

        1.     KONSTANTIN ROMUAL’D IULIANOVIČ BUDKEVIČ 

                [КОНСТАНТИН РОМУАЛЬД ЮЛИАНОВИЧ БУДКЕВИЧ]

                (KONSTANTĪNS ROMUALDS BUTKEVIČS)

                priest of the archdiocese of Mohilev

                born: 19 June 1867 in Krāslava (Latvia)

                died: 31 March 1923 at the Sokol’niki prison, Moscow (Russia)

                   

                

        2.     JAN JANOVIČ TROJGO

                [ЯН ЯНОВИЧ ТРОЙГО]

                priest of the archdiocese of Mohilev

                born: 12 December 1881 in Progalino, Grodno (Belarus)

                died: 11 August 1932 in Saint Petersburg, Leningrad (Russia)

             

                

        3.     ANTONIJ IOSIFOVICH MALECKIJ

                [АНТОНИЙ ИОСИФОВИЧ МАЛЕЦКИЙ]

                titular bishop of Dionysiana;

                apostolic administrator of Saint Petersburg

                born: 17 April 1861 in Saint Petersburg, Leningrad (Russia)

                died: 17 January 1935 in Warsaw (Poland)

      

               

        4.    ANNA IVANOVNA ABRIKOSOVA (EKATERINA SIENSKAJA)

                [АННА ИВАНОВНА АБРИКОСОВА (ЕКАТЕРИНА СИЕНСКАЯ)

                founder, Sisters of the Third Order of Saint Dominic of

                   the Russian Byzantine Catholic Rite (now extinct)

                born: 23 January 1882 in Moscow (Russia)

                died: 23 July 1936 at the Butyrka prison, Moscow (Russia)

       

               

        5.     PETR ANDREEVIČ EMEL’JANOV (POTAPY)

                [ПЕТР АНДРЕЕВИЧ ЕМЕЛЬЯНОВ (ПОТАПИЙ)]

                priest of the apostolic exarchate

                of the Russian Byzantine Catholic Church

                born: 1889 in Ufa, Bashkortostan (Russia)

                died: 14 August 1936 in Nadvojtsy, Karelia (Russia)

      

               

        6.     IGOR’ ALEKSANDROVIČ AKULOV (EPIFANIJ)

                [ ИГОРЬ АЛЕКСАНДРОВИЧ АКУЛОВ(ЕПИФАНИЙ)]

                priest of the apostolic exarchate

                of the Russian Byzantine Catholic Church

                born: 13 April 1895 in Novo Nikitskoye, Tver (Russia)

                died: 25 August 1937 in Saint Petersburg, Leningrad (Russia)

                      

               

        7.     KAMILLA NIKOLAEVNA KRUŠEL’NIŠČKAJA

                [КАМИЛЛА НИКОЛАЕВНА КРУШЕЛЬНИЦКАЯ]

                layperson of the apostolic exarchate

                of the Russian Byzantine Catholic Church

                born: 1892 in Baranovichi, Minsk (Belarus)

                died: 27 October 1937 in Sandomokh, Karelia (Russia)

                      

               

        8.     FRANTIŠEK IGNATEVIČ BUDRIS

                [ФРАНТИШЕК ИГНАТЬЕВИЧ БУДРИС]

                priest of the archdiocese of Mohilev

                born: 14 October 1882 in Raseiniai, Kaunas (Lithuania)

                died: 16 December 1937 in Ufa, Bashkortostan (Russia)

                      

               

        9.     ANTON KARLOVIČ ČERVINSKIJ

                [АНТОН КАРЛОВИЧ ЧЕРВИНСКИЙ]

                priest of the diocese of Tiraspol

                born: 08 October 1881 in Biłgoraj, Lublin (Poland)

                died: 26 January 1938 in Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia (Russia)

                      

               

        10.  PAVEL SEMENOVIČ HOMIČ

                [ПАВЕЛ СЕМЕНОВИЧ ХОМИЧ]

                priest of the archdiocese of Mohilev

                born: 17 October 1893 in Volkovysk, Hrodna (Belarus)

                died: 10 September 1941 in Saint Petersburg, Leningrad (Russia)

                      

               

        11.  STANISLAV ŠUL’MINSKIJ

                [СТАНИСЛАВ ШУЛЬМИНСКИЙ]

                consecrated priest, Pallotines

                born: 10 July 1894 in Odessa (Ukraine)

                died: 27 November 1941 in Ukhta, Komi (Russia)

                      

               

        12.  GALINA FADEEVNA ENTKEVIČ (ROZA OF THE HEART OF MARY)

                [ГАЛИНА ФАДЕЕВНА ЕНТКЕВИЧ (РОЗА СЕРДЦА МАРИИ)]

                professed religious, Sisters of the Third Order of Saint Dominic

                   of the Russian Byzantine Catholic Rite (now extinct)

                born: 1896 in Vitebsk (Belarus)

                died: 11 February 1944 in Novo Shulba, Semey Oblysy (Kazakhstan)

                      

               

        13.  FABIAN ABRANTOVIČ

                [Фабиан Абрантович]

                professed priest, Marians of the Immaculate Conception;

                apostolic administrator of the exarchate of Harbin

                born: 14 September 1884 in Navahrudak, Hrodna (Belarus)

                died: 02 January 1946 at the Butyrka prison, Moscow (Russia)

                      

               

        14.  ANDREJ CIKOTO

                [Андрей Цикото]

                professed priest, Marians of the Immaculate Conception;

                administrator of the exarchate of Harbin

                born: 05 December 1891 in Dubliskiai, Vilnius (Lithuania)

                died: 13 February 1952 in Tajshet, Irkutsk (Russia)

                      

               

        15.  JĀNIS MENDRIKS

                [Янис Мендрикс]

                professed priest, Marians of the Immaculate Conception

                born: 21 January 1907 in Logocki, Kalupe (Latvia)

                died: 01 August 1953 in Vorkuta, Komi (Russia)

                               

               

                competent forum: Mother of God in Moscow

                CCS protocol number: 2500

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 24 September 2002

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 31 May 2003

                change of title: 17 January 2014

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry:

                submission of Positio to CCS:

                session of historical consultants:

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

               

                postulator: Rev. Krzysztof Pożarski

                petitioner: Postulation, ul. 1-a Krasnoarmeyskaya, d. 11, 198005 St. Petersburg, RUSSIA

                                     [Процесс беатификации католических мучеников из России,

                                       ул. 1-я Красноармейская, 11, 198005 Санкт-Петербург, Россия]

                webpage: catholicmartyrs.org

                 

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