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~ Martyrs Killed in odium fidei under Communist Regimes ~

in Eastern Europe [5]

  

[7]              MARIA CHRISTOPHORA KLOMFASS AND 15 COMPANIONS

                    FROM THE SISTERS OF SAINT CATHERINE, VIRGIN AND MARTYR

 

 

Maria Christophora Klomfass          1.      MarTA KLOMFASS (MARia CHRISTOPHORA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 19 August 1903 in Rasząg (a.k.a. Raschung), Biskupiec (Poland)

                    died: 22 January 1945 in Olsztyn (a.k.a. Allenstein) (Poland)

     

         

          2.      MARIA DOMNIK (MARIA LIBERIA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 12 October 1904 in Leginy (a.k.a. Legienen), Kętrzyn (Poland)

                    died: 22 January 1945 in Olsztyn (a.k.a. Allenstein) (Poland)

       

Maria Aldegard BönigkMaria Sekundina Rautenberg       

          3.      BARBARA RAUTENBERG (MARIA SECUNDINA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 23 December 1887 in Gołagóra (a.k.a. Blankenger), Świątki (Poland)

          4.      AGATHE EUPHEMIA BÖNIGK (Maria Adelgard)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 05 February 1900 in Stary Targ (a.k.a. Altmark), Sztum (Poland)

                    died: 27 January 1945 in Kętrzyn (a.k.a. Rastenburg) (Poland)

        

   

        5.        ROSALIA ANGRICK (MARIA SABINELLA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 29 September 1880 in Dąbrowa Chełmińska (a.k.a. Damerau),

                                        Bydgoszcz (Poland)

         6.       CLARA ANNA SKIBOWSKA (MARIA ANICETA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 12 August 1882 in Bartąg (a.k.a. Bertung), Stawiguda (Poland)

        7.        MARIA SCHRÖTER (MARIA GEBHARDA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 01 December 1886 in Błudowo (a.k.a. Bludau), Młynary, Elbląg (Poland)

                    died: 02 February 1945 in Lidzbark Warmiński (a.k.a. Heilsberg), (Poland)

       

    

        8.        ANNA MARGENFELD (MARIA MAURITIA)

Maria Mauritia Margenfeld                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 24 April 1904 in Sawity (a.k.a. Soweiden), Pieniężno, Braniewo (Poland)

                    died: 07 April 1945 in Tula (Russia)   

   

       

        9.        ANNA PESTKA (MARIA BONA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 1905 in ?

                    died: 01 May 1945 in Orneta (a.k.a. Wormditt), Lidzbark (Poland)

   

   

Maria Generosa Bolz        10.      MARIA BOLZ (MARIA GENEROSA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 26 May 1902 in Łęgajny (a.k.a. Lengainen), Barczewo,

                                        Olsztyn (Poland)

                    died: 09 May 1945 in Olsztyn (a.k.a. Allenstein) (Poland)

       

       

        11.      DOROTHEA STEFFEN (MARIA GUNHILD)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 02 September 1918 in Wola Wilknicka (a.k.a. Rosenwalde),

                                        Lelkowo, Braniewo (Poland)

                    died: 30 May 1945 in Orneta (a.k.a. Wormditt), Lidzbark (Poland)

   

   

Maria Leonis Müller        12.      KÄTHE MÜLLER (MARIA LEONIS)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 03 February 1913 in Gdańsk (a.k.a. Danzig) (Poland)

                    died: 05 June 1945 in Siberia (Russia)

Maria Charitina Fahl   

   

        13.      HEDWIG FAHL (MARIA CHARITINA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 10 March 1887 in Miejska Wola (a.k.a. Bürgerwalde),

                                        Lidzbark (Poland)

                    died: 05 June 1945 in Wrzeszcz (a.k.a. Langfuhr), Gdańsk (Poland)

 

       

Maria Rolanda Abraham        14.      MARIA ABRAHAM (MARIA ROLANDA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 17 June 1914 in Tolkmicko (a.k.a. Tolkemit), Elbląg (Poland)

                    died: 16 June 1945 in Orneta (a.k.a. Wormditt), Lidzbark (Poland)

Maria Tiburtia Mischke   

           

        15.      CÄCILIA MISCHKE (MARIA TIBURTIA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 27 October 1888 in Krokowo (a.k.a. Krokau), Jeziorany,

                                        Olsztyn (Poland)

                    died: 07 August 1945 in Osanovo-Dubovskoye, Moscow (Russia)

   

Maria Xaveria Rohwedder   

        16.      MARIA ROHWEDDER (MARIA XAVERIA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Catherine, Virgin and Martyr

                    born: 25 May 1887 in Płoskinia (a.k.a. Plasswich), Braniewo (Poland)

                    died: 25 November 1945 in Dobre Miasto (a.k.a. Guttstadt), Olsztyn (Poland)

     

                    competent forum: Warmia

                    CCS protocol number: 2628

                    type of cause: martyrdom

                   

                    nihil obstat: 16 November 2004

                    opening of diocesan inquiry: 08 December 2004

                    transfer of competent forum: 07 February 2005

                    closing of diocesan inquiry: 09 December 2006

                    decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 07 December 2007

                    submission of Positio to CCS:

                    particular meeting of theological consultors:

                    session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

                   

                    postulator: Sr. Józefa Krause, csc

                    petitioner: [see 1613: Regina Protmann]

                    website: katarzynki.org.pl 

                   

 

[8]              JÓZEF STEINKI AND 36 COMPANIONS

                    FROM THE CLERGY, RELIGIOUS, AND LAY FAITHFUL

                    OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF WARMIA

 

 

Paul Chmielewski          1.      PAUL CHMIELEWSKI

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 02 January 1889 in Unieszewo (a.k.a. Schönfelde),

                                    Gietrzwałd (Poland)

                    died: 22 January 1945 in Klebark Wielki (a.k.a. Gross Kleeberg),

                                    Purda (Poland)

    

      

        2.        BERNARD KLEMENT

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 17 October 1888 in Butryny (a.k.a. Wuttrienen), Purda (Poland)

                    died: 22 January 1945 in Olsztyn (a.k.a. Allenstein) (Poland)

  

     

Otto Lanhkau        3.        OTTO LANGKAU

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 31 October 1871 in Podlejki (a.k.a. Polleiken), Gietrzwałd (Poland)

                    died: 22 January 1945 in Bartąg (a.k.a. Bertung), Stawiguda (Poland)

 

   

        4.        CÄCILIA GRABOSCH (MATERN)

                    layperson of the archdiocese of Warmia; married

                    born: 10 January 1915 in Unieszewo (a.k.a. Schönfelde), Gietrzwałd (Poland)

                    died: 22 January 1945 in Wójtowo (a.k.a. Fittigsdorf), Barczewo (Poland)

  

    

Bruno Weischel        5.        BRUNO WEICHSEL

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 11 October 1903 in Pieniężno (a.k.a. Mehlsack) (Poland)

Hedwig Elisabeth Schnarbach                    died: 23 January 1945 in Zalewo (a.k.a. Saalfeld), Iława (Poland)

    

 

        6.        HEDWIG ELISABETH SCHNARBACH (*)

                    young layperson of  the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 16 July 1923 in Kaplityny (a.k.a. Kaplitainen), Barczewo (Poland)

                    died: 23 January 1945 in Kaplityny (a.k.a. Kaplitainen), Barczewo (Poland)

   

      

Angela Hildegard Berger        7.        ANGELA HILDEGARD BERGER (*)

                    young layperson of  the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 07 April 1926 in Wilczkowo (a.k.a. Wolfsdorf), Brzeżno (Poland)

                    died: 24 January 1945 in Wilczkowo (a.k.a. Wolfsdorf), Brzeżno (Poland)

   

         

        8.        AGNES DRABIŃSKA (*)

                    young layperson of  the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 02 February 1922 in Wójtowo (a.k.a. Fittigsdorf), Barczewo (Poland)

                    died: 24 January 1945 in Wójtowo (a.k.a. Fittigsdorf), Barczewo (Poland)

    

 

Artur Linka        9.        ARTUR LINKA

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 02 May 1887 in Olsztyn (a.k.a. Allenstein) (Poland)

Joachim Ziemetki                    died: 26 January 1945 in Jonkowo (a.k.a. Jonkendorf), Olsztyn (Poland)

   

         

        10.      JOACHIM ZIEMETZKI

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 04 September 1886 in Gietrzwałd (a.k.a. Dietrichswalde) (Poland)

                    died: 26 January 1945 in Barczewko (a.k.a. Alt Wartenburg) (Poland)

   

    

Jan Lindenblatt        11.      JAN LINDENBLATT

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 23 June 1882 in Tolniki Wielkie (a.k.a. Tollnigk), Kiwity (Poland)

                    died: 27 January 1945 in Kętrzyn (a.k.a. Rastenburg) (Poland)

   

      

        12.      ULRYK SCHIKOWSKI

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 04 August 1907 in Biskupiec (a.k.a. Bischofsburg) (Poland)

                    died: 27 January 1945 in Chruściel (a.k.a. Tiedmannsdorf),

                                    Płoskinia (Poland)

    

       

        13.      MARIANNA WITKOWSKA (MARIA TEODORA)

                    professed religious, Sisters of Saint Elizabeth

                    born: 23 March 1889 in Koźmin (a.k.a. Koschmin), Krotoszyń (Poland)

Jan Marquardt                    died: 28 January 1945 in Dzierzgoń (a.k.a. Christburg), Sztum (Poland)

   

     

        14.      JAN MARQUARDT

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 18 July 1888 in Kłajpeda (a.k.a. Memel), Wiżajny (Poland)

                    died: 29 January 1945 in Paluzy (a.k.a. Plausen), Bisztynek (Poland)

  

    

Gottfried Fuchs        15.      GOTTFRIED FUCHS (*)

                    professed priest, Society of the Divine Word

                    born: 04 September 1892 in Schlebusch, Leverkusen (Germany)

Franciszek Ludwig                    died: 29 January 1945 in Sztum (a.k.a. Shtum) (Poland)

    

    

        16.      FRANCISZEK LUDWIG

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 29 April 1896 in Orneta (a.k.a. Wormditt), Lidzbark (Poland)

                    died: 30 January 1945 in Sątopy (a.k.a. Santoppen), Bisztynek (Poland)

    

       

Artur Schulz        17.      ARTUR SCHULZ

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 11 November 1897 in London, England (United Kingdom)

Bruno Siegel                    died: 30 January 1945 in Bisztynek (a.k.a. Bischofstein) (Poland)

    

        

        18.      BRUNO SIEGEL

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 06 November 1889 in Brodnica (a.k.a. Strasburg) (Poland)

                    died: 30 January 1945 in Miłakowo (a.k.a. Liebstadt), Ostróda (Poland)

    

       

Gertruda Klimek        19.      GERTRUDA KLIMEK  (*)

                    young layperson of  the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 12 February 1922 in Wójtowo (a.k.a. Fittigsdorf), Barczewo (Poland)

                    died: 30 January 1945 in Wójtowo (a.k.a. Fittigsdorf), Barczewo (Poland)

    

       

        20.      WILHELM BREHM

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 13 April 1907 in Kwidzyn (a.k.a. Marienwerder) (Poland)

                    died: January 1945 in Reszel (a.k.a. Rössel), Kętrzyn (Poland)

    

       

Wojciech Prothmann        21.      WOJCIECH PROTHMANN

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 15 June 1876 in Gąjle (a.k.a. Gayl), Pieniężno (Poland)

Władysław Świtalski                    died: 04 February 1945 in Prosity (a.k.a. Prositten), Bisztynek (Poland)

    

       

        22.      WŁADYSŁAW ŚWITALSKI

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 27 June 1875 in Kąkolewo, Leszno (Poland)

                    died: 09 February 1945 in Frombork (a.k.a. Frauenberg) (Poland)

    

Pawel Schwartz       

        23.      PAWEŁ SCHWARTZ

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 03 March 1878 Lidzbark Warmiński (a.k.a. Heilsberg) (Poland)

                    died: 12 February 1945 in Żegoty (a.k.a. Siegfriedswalde),

                                    Kiwity (Poland)

    

       

Maria Veronica FischerAnna Fieberg        24.      ANNA FIEBERG

                    layperson of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 23 April 1893 in Dobre Miasto (a.k.a. Guttstadt) (Poland)

        25.      MARIA VERONICA FISCHER

                    layperson of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 27 May 1895 in Bornity (a.k.a. Bornitt), Pieniężno(Poland)

                    died: 14 February 1945 in Orneta (a.k.a. Wormditt) (Poland)

    

       

Józef Steinki        26.      JÓZEF STEINKI

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 19 December 1889 in Głotowo (a.k.a. Glottau) (Poland)

Pawel Huhn                    died: 16 February 1945 in Olsztyn (a.k.a. Allenstein) (Poland)

    

       

        27.      PAWEŁ HUHN

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 23 October 1906 in Jeziorany (a.k.a. Seeburg), Olsztyn (Poland)

                    died: 26 February 1945 in Rychnowy (a.k.a. Rückenau), Człuchów (Poland)

 

   

Franciszek Zagermann        28.      FRANCISZEK ZAGERMANN

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 28 July 1882 in Zawierz (a.k.a. Zagern), Braniewo (Poland)

                    died: 26 February 1945 in Unikowo (a.k.a. Glockstein), Bisztynek (Poland)

 

    

        29.      MARGARETHA WIEWIORRA

                    young layperson of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 15 October 1928 in Stanclewo (a.k.a. Sternsee), Biskupiec (Poland)

                    died: 09 March 1945 in Stanclewo (a.k.a. Sternsee), Biskupiec (Poland)

                   

    

        30.      BRUNO BLUDAU (*)

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 09 September 1890 in Miejska Wola (a.k.a. Bürgerwalde),

                                    Lidzbark (Poland)

Gerard Witt                    died: 05 May 1945 in Kutchino (?), Perm (Russia)

                   

   

        31.      GERARD WITT

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 03 July 1912 in Reszel (a.k.a. Rössel) (Poland)

                    died: 19 May 1945 in Elbląg (a.k.a. Elbing) (Poland)

                   

    

Karl Langwald        32.      KARL LANGWALD (*)

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 14 December 1886 in Barczewko (Alt Wartenburg) (Poland)

Georg Heide                    died: May 1945 in Chelyabinsk (Russia)

                   

    

        33.      GEORG HEIDE (*)

                    professed priest, Society of the Divine Word

                    born: 22 August 1885 in Wołowno (a.k.a. Windken), Jonkowo (Poland)

                    died: 08 July 1945 in Klon (a.k.a. Liebensberg), Czajków (Poland)

                   

    

        34.      JOHANNES FRANK (*)

                    professed priest, Society of the Divine Word

                    born: 06 January 1900 in Niederscheidweiler,

                                    Bernkastel-Wittlich (Germany)

                    died: December 1945 in Donetsk (a.k.a. Stalino) (Ukraine)

                   

    

        35.      BRUNO GROSS

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 06 January 1900 in Plutki (a.k.a. Plitken), Dywity (Poland)

                    died: June 1946 in Cheboksary, Chuvashia (Russia)

 

   

Ferdynand Podlech        36.      FERDYNAND PODLECH

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 22 February 1878 in Cerkiewnik (a.k.a. Münsterberg),

                                    Dobre Miasto (Poland)

Hubert Gross                    died: ? 1946 in Siberia (Russia)

  

    

        37.      HUBERT GROSS

                    priest of the archdiocese of Warmia

                    born: 31 January 1908 in Malbork (a.k.a. Marienburg) (Poland)

                    died: 19 January 1947 in Kaliningrad (a.k.a. Königsberg) (Russia)

                   

                   

                    competent forum: Warmia

                    CCS protocol number: 2764

                    type of cause: martyrdom

                   

                    nihil obstat: 28 July 2007; January 2008 (*)

                    opening of diocesan inquiry: 15 September 2007

                    closing of diocesan inquiry: 05 November 2011

                    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: Archidiecezja Warmińska, ul. Pieniężnego 22, Olsztyn 10-006, POLAND

                                         [Martyrs killed by the Nazis (4): Bronisław Sochaczewski and 7 Companions]

                    website: archwarmia.pl

                   

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