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MARTYRS OF IRELAND († 1572-1681)

(I)

 

 

Note: The Gaelic form of each martyr’s name is enclosed in brackets.

 

 

[1] 01 July 1681 in London, England (United Kingdom) in odium fidei

 

        OLIVER PLUNKETT [OILEABHÉAR PLUINCÉAD]

        archbishop of Armagh

        born: 01 November 1625 in Loughcrew, Meath (Ireland)

       

        competent forum: Armagh

        CCS protocol number: 24

        type of cause: martyrdom

       

        opening of diocesan inquiry:

        closing of diocesan inquiry:

        decree on writings:

        introduction of cause: 04 December 1886

        decree « 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: 17 March 1918

        beatification: 21 May 1920

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle:

            commission of CCS officials and consultants:

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

            papal confirmation of plenary session sentence:

            promulgation of decree on miracle:

        canonization: 12 October 1975

           

        information: Archdiocese of Armagh, Ara Coeli, Armagh, BT61 7QY Northern Ireland, UNITED KINGDOM

        website:

 

 

 

 

 

[2]      DERMOT O’HURLEY AND 

            16 COMPANION MARTYRS OF IRELAND

 

 

    31 August 1579 in Kilmallock, Limerick (Ireland)

 

        1.    PATRICK O’HEALY [PÁDRAIG Ó hÉILÍ]

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor (Observants);

                        bishop of Mayo

                born: ? in Dromahaire, Leitrim (Ireland)

        2.    CONN O’ROURKE [CONN Ó RUAIRC]

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor (Observants)

                born: ca. 1549 in Breifne (now in counties Leitrim and Cavan) (Ireland)

 

 

    05 July 1581 in Wexford (Ireland)

 

        3.    MATTHEW LAMBERT [MAITIÚ LAIMPEART]

                layperson of the diocese of Ferns

                born: ? in Wexford (Ireland)

        4.    ROBERT MEYLER [ROIBEARD MEYLER]

                layperson of the diocese of Ferns

                born: ? in Wexford (Ireland)

        5.    EDWARD CHEEVERS [ÉADBHARD CHEEVERS]

                layperson of the diocese of Ferns

                born: ? in Wexford (Ireland)

        6.    PATRICK CAVANAGH [PÁDRAIGH CAOMHÁNACH]

                layperson of the diocese of Ferns

                born: ? in Wexford (Ireland)

 

 

    20 June 1584 in Dublin (Ireland)

 

        7.    DERMOT O’HURLEY [DIARMAID Ó hIARLATHA]

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor;

                        bishop of Cashel

                born: ca. 1530 in Emly, Tipperary (Ireland)

   

 

    1584 in Dublin (Ireland)

 

Margaret Ball        8.    MARGARET BALL née BERMINGHAM [MAIGHRÉAD BALL (NIC FHEORAIS)]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Dublin; married

                born: ca. 1515 in Skreen, Meath (Ireland)

 

 

    20 April 1585 in Clonmel (Ireland)

 

        9.    MAURICE MacKENRAGHTY [MUIRIS MAC IONRACHTAIGH]

                priest of the diocese of Limerick

                born: ? in Kilmallock, Limerick (Ireland)

 

 

Dominic Collins    31 October 1602 in Youghal, Cork (Ireland)

 

        10.  DOMINIC COLLINS [DOIMINIC Ó COILEÁIN] 

                professed religious, Jesuits

                born: ca. 1566 in Youghal, Cork (Ireland)

 

 

    01 February 1611 in Dublin (Ireland)

 

        11.  CONOR O’DEVANY [CONCHUBHAR Ó DUIBHEANAIGH]

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor (Observants);

                        bishop of Down and Connor

                born: ca. 1530 in Ulster, Armagh, Northern Ireland (United Kingdom)

        12.  PATRICK O’LOUGHRAN [PÁDRAIG Ó LOCHRÁIN]

                priest of the archdiocese of Armagh

                born: ca. 1577 in Ulster, Armagh, Northern Ireland (United Kingdom)

 

 

Francis Taylor    30 January 1621 in Dublin (Ireland)

 

        13.  FRANCIS TAYLOR [PROINSIAS TÁILLIÚIR]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Dublin; married

                born: ca. 1550 in Dublin (Ireland)

 

 

Peter Higgins    23 March 1642 in Dublin (Ireland)

 

        14.  PETER HIGGINS [PEADAR Ó hUIGGIN]

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: ca. 1600 in Dublin (?) (Ireland)

 

 

Terence Albert O'Brien    30 October 1651 in Limerick (Ireland)

 

        15.  TERENCE ALBERT O’BRIEN [TOIRDHEALBHACH ALBERT Ó BRIAIN]

                professed priest, Dominicans;

                        bishop of Emly

                born: 1601 in Tuogh (a.k.a. Tower Hill), Limerick (Ireland)

 

 

    11 March 1653 in Clonmel (Ireland)

 

        16.  JOHN KEARNEY [SEÁN Ó CEARNAIGH]

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor (Observants)

                born: 1619 in Cashel, Tipperary (Ireland)

 

 

William Tirry    02 May 1654 in Clonmel (Ireland)

 

        17.  WILLIAM TIRRY [LIAM TUIRIDH]

                professed priest, Augustinians

                born: 1608 in Cork (Ireland)

 

                competent forum:

                CCS protocol number: 114

                type of cause: martyrdom

                   

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 1892

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 1904

                decree on writings:

                introduction of cause: 12 February 1915

                decree « non cultu »:

                opening of apostolic process: 1917

                closing of apostolic process: 1930

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry:

                submission of Positio to CCS:

                session of historical consultants: 23 May 1989

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 21 December 1990

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 02 July 1991

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 06 July 1991

                beatification: 27 September 1992

               

                postulator: Mons. Ciaran O’Carroll

                petitioner: Irish Bishops’ Conference, St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, IRELAND

                                    [Martyrs of Ireland (2): Richard Creagh and 41 Companions]

                website:

               

               

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