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MARTYRS OF JAPAN († 1597-1637)

(I)

 

[The Hagiography Circle have adapted the Romanization of Japanese names employed by Juan Ruiz-de-Medina in his authoritative tome El Martirologio del Japón (Rome: Institutum Historicum S.I., 1999). The author used the Modified Hepburn System (Hebon-shiki) in the transliteration. The names in Japanese characters (using katakana for the Christian name and kanji for the surname) are enclosed in brackets.]

 

 

Pedro Bautista Blásquez y Blásquez and 25 Companions

 

[1]          PEDRO BAUTISTA BLÁSQUEZ y BLÁSQUEZ

                AND 22 COMPANIONS ALONG WITH

                PAULUS MIKI AND 2 COMPANIONS

       

       

05 February 1597 in Nishizaka, Nagasaki (Japan)

       

        1.    PEDRO BAUTISTA BLÁSQUEZ y BLÁSQUEZ

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor (Alcantarines)

                born: 24 June 1542 in San Esteban del Valle, Avila (Spain)

        2.    MARTÍN LOINAZ AMUNABARRO [AGUIRRE] (MARTÍN OF THE ASCENSION)

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor (Alcantarines)

                born: 1566 in Beasain, Guipúzcoa (Spain)

        3.    FRANCISCO BLANCO

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor (Alcantarines)

                born: ca. 1567 in Monterrey, Orense (Spain)

        4.    FELIPE LAS CASAS MARTÍNEZ (FELIPE OF JESUS)

                professed cleric, Franciscan Friars Minor (Alcantarines)

                born: 1571 in Mexico City (Mexico)

        5.    GONÇALO GARCIA

                professed religious, Franciscan Friars Minor (Alcantarines)

                born: 1562 in Bazein, Mahārāshtra (India)

        6.    FRANCISCO ANDRADE ARCO (FRANCISCO OF SAINT MICHAEL)

                professed religious, Franciscan Friars Minor (Alcantarines)

                born:  1543 in La Parrilla, Valladolid (Spain)

        7.    PAULUS MIKI [パウロ三木]

                professed cleric, Jesuits

                born: 1564 in Setsu-no-Kuni, Ōsaka (Japan)

        8.    IOANNES GOTŌ [SOAN] [ヨハネ五島]

                professed cleric, Jesuits

                born: 1578 in Fukue (?), Gotō-rettō, Nagasaki (Japan)

        9.    DIDACUS KISAI [ディエゴ喜斉]

                professed religious, Jesuits

                born: 1533 in Haga, Okayama (Japan) (?)

        10.  PAULUS SUZUKI [パウロ 鈴木]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki; married;

                        member, Secular Franciscans; catechist

                born: 1563 in Owari (now part of Aichi) (Japan)

        11.  GABRIEL [ガブリエル]

                young layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans; catechist

                born: 1677 in Ise, Mie (Japan)

        12.  IOANNES KINUYA [ヨハネ絹屋]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans; catechist

                born: 1868 in Kyōto (a.k.a. Miyako) (Japan)

        13.  THOMAS DANGI [トマス談義者]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans; catechist

                born: ? in Kyōto (a.k.a. Miyako) (Japan)

        14.  FRANCISCUS [フランシスコ医師]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: 1548 in Kyōto (a.k.a. Miyako) (Japan)

        15.  IOACHIM SAKAKIBARA [ヨアキム榊原]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: 1556 in Ōsaka (Japan)

        16.  VENTURA [ボナベントウラ]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: ? in Kyōto (a.k.a. Miyako) (Japan)

        17.  LEO KARASUMARU [レオン烏丸]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans; catechist

                born: ? in Owari (now part of Aichi) (Japan)

        18.  MATTHIAS [マチアス]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: ? in Kyōto (a.k.a. Miyako) (Japan)

        19.  ANTONIUS [アントニオ]

                child of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: 1584 in Nagasaki (Japan)

        20.  PAULUS IBARAKI [パウロ茨木]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: ? in Owari (now part of Aichi) (Japan)

        21.  LUDOVICUS IBARAKI [ルドビコ茨木]

                child of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: 1584 in Owari (now part of Aichi) (Japan)

        22.  MICHAËL KOZAKI [ミカエル小崎]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki; married;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: 1551 in Ise, Mie (Japan)

        23.  THOMAS KOZAKI [トマス小崎]

                child of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                        (son of no. 23)

                born: 1582 in Ise, Mie (Japan)

        24.  PETRUS SUKEJIRŌ [ベトロ助四郎]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: ? in Kyōto (a.k.a. Miyako) (Japan)

        25.  COSMAS TAKEYA [コスメ竹屋]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: ? in Owari (now part of Aichi) (Japan)

        26.  FRANCISCUS KICHI [カヨフランシスコ吉]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Secular Franciscans

                born: ? in Kyōto (a.k.a. Miyako) (Japan)

               

                competent forum: Nagasaki

                CCS protocol number: not applicable

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of diocesan inquiry:

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                decree on writings:

                introduction of cause:

                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:

                beatification: 14 September 1627

                    opening of informative process on first miracle for beatification: 

                    closing of informative process on first miracle for beatification: 

                    opening of informative process on second miracle for beatification: 

                    closing of informative process on second miracle for beatification: 

                    decree on validity of informative processes on miracles:

                    antepreparatory congregation on miracles:

                    preparatory congregation on miracles:

                    general congregation on miracles:

                    promulgation of decree on miracles:

                canonization: 08 June 1862

               

                information: Twenty-six Martyrs Shrine, Nishizaka-machi 7-8, Nagasaki City, 850-0051 JAPAN

                website:

                

          

Lorenzo Ruiz and 15 Companions (canonization banner)

       

       

[2]      Lorenzo Ruiz, Domingo Ibáñez de Erquicia PÉREZ DE LETE,

            Iacobus Tomonaga GORŌBYŌE, and 13 CompanionS       

   

   

    14 August 1633 in Nishizaka, Nagasaki (Japan)

 

        1.    DOMINGO IBÁÑEZ DE ERQUICIA PÉREZ DE LETE

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: February 1589 in Régil, Guipúzcoa (Spain)

        2.    FRANCISCUS SHŌEMON [フランシスコ正右衛門]

                professed religious, Dominicans

                born: ? in (Japan)

 

 

    17 August 1633 in Nishizaka, Nagasaki (Japan)

 

        3.    IACOBUS TOMONAGA GORŌBYŌE (IACOBUS OF SAINT MARY)

                        [ハコボ マリア 朝長五郎兵衛]

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: 1582 in Kyudetsu, Nagasaki (Japan)

        4.    MICHAËL KURŌBYŌE [ミゲル・久郎兵衛]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki; catechist

                born: ? in (Japan)

 

 

    19 October 1633 in Nishizaka, Nagasaki (Japan)

 

        5.    MATTHAEUS KOHYŌE (MATTHAEUS OF THE ROSARY)

                        [マテオ・デル・ロザリオ小兵衛]

                novice, Dominicans

                born: 1615 in Arima, Hyogo (Japan)

 

 

    20 October 1633 in Nishizaka, Nagasaki (Japan)

 

        6.    LUCAS ALONSO GORDA (LUCAS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT)

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: 18 October 1594 in Carracedo de Vidriales, Zamora (Spain)

 

 

    15 October 1634 in Nishizaka, Nagasaki (Japan)

 

        7.    MAGDALENA [マグダレナ]

                young layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Lay Dominicans and Lay Augustinian Recollects

                born: ca. 1610 in Nagasaki (Japan)

 

 

    11 November 1634 in Nagasaki (Japan)

 

        8.    MARINA [マリナ]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki;

                        member, Lay Dominicans

                born: ? in Ōmura, Nagasaki (Japan)

 

 

    17 November 1634 in Nishizaka, Nagasaki (Japan)

    

        9.    GIACINTO ANSALONE (GIORDANO OF SAINT STEPHEN)

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: 01 November 1598 in San Stefano Quisquina, Agrigento (Italy)

        10.  THOMAS HIOJI NISHI ROKUZAEMON (THOMAS OF SAINT HYACINTH)

                        [トマス・デ・サン・ハシント西六左衛門]

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: 1590 in Hirado, Nagasaki (Japan)

 

 

    24 September 1637 in Nagasaki (Japan)

     

        11.  ANTONIO GONZÁLEZ

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: 1593 in León (Spain)

 

 

    29 September 1637 in Nishizaka, Nagasaki (Japan)

     

        12.  GUILLAUME COURTET (THOMAS OF SAINT DOMINIC)

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: ca. 1590 in Sérignan, Languedoc (France)

        13.  MIGUEL GONZÁLEZ DE AOZARAZA DE LEIBAR

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: February 1598 Oñate, Guipúzcoa (Spain)

        14.  VINCENTIUS SHIOTSUKA (VINCENTIUS OF THE CROSS)

                        [ヴイセンテ・デ・ラ・クルス塩塚]

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: ca. 1576 in Nagasaki (Japan)

        15.  LORENZO RUIZ

                layperson of the archdiocese of Manila; married

                        member, Confraternity of the Rosary

                born: ca. 1600 in Binondo, Manila (Philippines)

        16.  LAZARUS [ラサロ]

                layperson of the archdiocese of Nagasaki

                born: ? in Kyōto (Japan)

               

               

                competent forum: Nagasaki/Macao/Manila

                CCS protocol number: 874

                type of cause: martyrdom

              

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 1636 (Macao and Manila)

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 1637 (Macao and Manila)

                introduction of cause: 26 November 1979

                commission of CCS officials and consultants: 29 April 1980

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 01 July 1980

                papal confirmation of plenary session sentence: 11 September 1980

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 11 October 1980

                beatification: 18 February 1981

                    opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

                    closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

                    decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle:

                    meeting of the Medical Board: 14 December 1986

                    particular meeting of theological consultors: 03 April 1987

                    session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 12 May 1987

                    promulgation of decree on miracle: 01 June 1987

perfecta et duratura sanatione infantis Caeciliae Alegriae Policarpio a paralisi cerebrali anatomico-functionali, omissa qualibet therapia die prima mensis Maii 1983 in civitatem Maniliensem, convaluisse annis 1985 et 1986

                canonization: 18 October 1987

               

                information: Sei Dominiko Shudokai Honbu, Kinuyama 5-1646-6,

                                               Matsuyama-shi, Ehime Ken 791-8025, JAPAN

                                         Dominican Missions, 8-10 Eastbourne Road, Block 2, Kowloon Tong, HONGKONG

                website:

 

    

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