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~ Martyrs of Laos ~

(†1954-70)

   

[1]   MARIO BORZAGA AND THOJ XYOOJ PAJ LUG

   

Thoj Xyooj Paj Lug1.    MARIO BORZAGA

        professed priest, Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

        born: 27 August 1932 in Trent (Italy)

2.    THOJ XYOOJ PAJ LUG [PAUL] (ທໍຂົງ)

        young layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Luang Prabang; catechist

        born: 1941 in Kiukatiam, Luang Prabang (Laos)

        died: ca. 25 April 1960 in Kiukatiam, Luang Prabang (Laos)

       

        competent forum: Trent

        CCS protocol number: 2691

        type of cause: martyrdom

 

        transfer of competent forum: 30 September 2005 (from the apostolic vicariate of Luang Prabang)

        nihil obstat: 22 December 2006

        opening of diocesan inquiry: 07 October 2006

        closing of diocesan inquiry:  17 October 2008

        decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 19 June 2009

        submission of Positio to CCS:

        particular meeting of theological consultors:

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

        

        postulator: Rev. Thomas Klosterkamp, omi

        petitioner: Associazione “Amici di Padre Mario”, Via Bolghera, 40, 38100 Trento, ITALY

        website: www.marioborzaga.it
   

 

[2]   JOSEPH TIEN AND 14 COMPANIONS

        FROM THE CLERGY, RELIGIOUS AND LAYFAITHFUL

        OF THE CATHOLIC MISSIONS IN LAOS

 

Martyrs of Laos

 

Jean-Baptiste Malo1.    Jean-Baptiste Malo

        priest of the Paris Foreign Missions Society

        born: 02 June 1889 in La Grigonnais, Loire-Atlantique (France)

        died:   28 March 1954 in Vĩnh Hi, Vũ Quang, Hà Tĩnh  (Vietnam)

   

Joseph Thao Thiên       

2.    JOSEPH TIEN (µðÁ§ñ® ª¼­) [THO TIN]

        priest of the apostolic vicariate (now diocese) of Thanh Hoá

        born: 05 December 1918 in Ban Ten, Muang Xôi, Houaphan (Laos)

        died: 02 June 1954 in Ban Talang, Houaphan (Laos)

   

 

René Dubroux3.    René Dubroux

        priest of the Paris Foreign Missions Society

        born: 28 November 1914 in Haroué, Meurthe-et-Moselle (France)

        died: 19 December 1959 in Palay, Champasak (Laos)       

       

Louis Leroy

 

4.    LOUIS LEROY

        professed priest, Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

        born: 08 October 1923 in Ducey, Manche (France)

        died: 18 April 1961 in Ban Pha, Xieng Khouang (Laos)       

   

   

5.    MICHEL COQUELET

        professed priest, Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

        born: 18 August 1931 in Wignehies, Nord (France)

        died: 20 April 1961 in Sop Xieng, Xieng Khouang (Laos)

   

Vincent L'Hénoret               

6.    VINCENT L’HÉNORET

        professed priest, Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

        born: 12 March 1921 in Pont-l'Abbé, Finistère (France)

        died: 11 May 1961 in Ban Ban, Xieng Khouang (Laos)

   

       

7.    NOËL TENAUD

Joseph Outhay PhonphumiNoël Tenaud        priest of the Paris Foreign Missions Society

        born: 11 November 1904 in Rocheservière, Vendée (France)

8.    JOSEPH OUTHAY PHONGPHUMI (µðÁ§ñ® º÷Äê)

        layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Savannakhet; catechist

        born: 1933 in Kham Koem, Nakhon Phanom (Thailand)

        died: 27 April 1961 in Muang  Phalane, Savannakhet (Laos)

       

 

Marcel Denis9.    MARCEL DENIS

        priest of the Paris Foreign Missions Society

        born: 08 July 1919 in Alençon, Orne (France)

        died: 31 July 1961 in in Kham Hè, Nhommalath, Khammouan (Laos)        

       

Jean Wauthier         

10.  JEAN WAUTHIER

        professed priest, Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

        born: 22 March 1926 in Fourmies, Nord (France)

        died: 16 December 1967 in Ban Na, Xieng Khouang (Laos)       

       

           

11.  LUCIEN GALAN

Thomas Khampheuane InthirathLucien Galan        priest of the Paris Foreign Missions Society

        born: 09 December 1921 in Golinhac, Aveyron (France)

12.  THOMAS KHAMPHEUANE INTHIRATH (Âê´¾ £¿À²õº­

        young layperson of apostolic vicariate of Pakse

        born: May 1952 in Nong Sim, Champasak (Laos)

        died: 12 May 1968 in Houey Makchan, Paksong, Champasak (Laos)       

       

       

Joseph Boissel13.  JOSEPH BOISSEL

        professed priest, Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate

        born: 20 December 1909 in Le Loroux, Ille-et-Vilaine (France)

        died: 05 July 1969 in Hat I-Et, Bolikhamxay (Laos)       

           

      

14.  LUC SY (ìø¡¾ ¦)

Maisam Pho InpèngLuc Sy        layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Vientiane; married; catechist

        born: 1938 in Ban Pha Hôk, Xieng Khouang (Laos)

15.  MAISAM PHO INPÈNG (Ä´§¿ ² Òºò­Á¯¤)

        layperson of the apostolic vicariate of Vientiane; married

        born: 1934 in Sam Neua, Houaphan (Laos)

        died: 07 March 1970 in Den Din, Vientiane (Laos)

   

        competent forum: Nantes

        CCS protocol number: 2809

        type of cause: martyrdom

         

        transfer of competent forum: 06 September 2007 (from the apostolic vicariate of Savannakhet and others)

        nihil obstat: 18 January 2008

        opening of diocesan inquiry: 10 June 2008

        closing of diocesan inquiry: 28 February 2010

        decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 15 October 2011

        submission of Positio to CCS:

        particular meeting of theological consultors:

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

        

        postulator: Rev. Thomas Klosterkamp, omi

        petitioner: Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Laos and Cambodia,

                                     #787 (rue 93) Bd. Preah Monivong, B.P. 123, Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA

                             Missionaires Oblats de Marie Immaculée – Province de France,

                                     34 rue du Cdt Jean Duhail, 94120 Fontenay sous Bois, FRANCE

        website:

 

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