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~ Martyrs of the Religious Persecution during the Spanish Civil War [9] ~

(†1934, 1936-39)

  

Cirilo Bertán Sanz Tejedor and 8 Companions (beatification banner)

 

[34]        CIRILO BERTRÁN SANZ TEJEDOR, INOCENCIO CANOURA ARNAU OF THE IMMACULATA,

                AND 7 COMPANION MARTYRS FROM THE DE LA SALLE BROTHERS

                AND PASSIONISTS OF ASTURIAS

 

 Vicente Alonso AndrésFilomeno López y LópezJosé Sanz Tejedor        1.    JOSÉ SANZ TEJEDOR (CIRILO BERTRÁN)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 20 March 1888 in Lerma, Burgos (Spain)

        2.    FILOMENO LÓPEZ y LÓPEZ (MARCIANO JOSÉ)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 05 November 1900 in El Pedegral Pobo, Sigüenza (Spain)

        3.    VICENTE ALONSO ANDRÉS (BENJAMÍN JULIÁN)

Claudio Bernabé CanoRomán Martínez Fernández                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 27 October 1908 in Jaramillo de la Fuente, Burgos (Spain)

        4.    ROMÁN MARTÍNEZ FERNÁNDEZ (AUGUSTO ANDRÉS)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 06 May 1910 in Santander, Cantabria (Spain)

        5.    CLAUDIO BERNABÉ CANO (VICTORIANO PÍO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

Vilfrido Fernández Zapico                born: 07 July 1905 in San Millan de Lara, Burgos (Spain)

        6.    VILFRIDO FERNÁNDEZ ZAPICO (JULIÁN ALFREDO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 24 December 1902 in Cifuentes de Rueda, León (Spain)

        7.    MANUEL SECO GUTIÉRREZ (ANICETO ADOLFO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 04 October 1912 in Celada Morlantes, Burgos (Spain)

        8.    HÉCTOR VALDIVIELSO SÁEZ (BENITO DE JESÚS)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 31 October 1910 in Buenos Aires (Argentina)

        9.    MANUEL CANOURA ARNAU (INOCENCIO OF THE IMMACULATA)

                professed priests, Passionists

                born: 10 March 1889 in Santa Cecilia de Valle de Oro, Lugo (Spain)

                died: 09 October 1934 in Turón, Asturias (Spain)

 

                competent forum: Oviedo

                CCS protocol number: 595

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process: 05 October 1944

                closing of informative process: 27 July 1955

                decree on validity of informative process: 10 April 1987

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1988

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 09 December 1988

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 13 May 1989

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 07 September 1989

                beatification: 29 April 1990

                    opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

                    closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

                    decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 01 October 1993

                    meeting of the Medical Board: 26 October 1994

                    particular meeting of theological consultors: 20 March 1998

                    session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 20 October 1998

                    promulgation of decree on miracle: 21 December 1998

                canonization: 21 November 1999
               

                information: Provincia Lasalliana de Valladolid, Arcas Reales s/n, 47008 Valladolid, SPAIN
                           
             Comunidad de Pasionistas, C/ Martinez de Vega, 52, 33600 Mieres (Asturias), SPAIN

                website:

                 

 

Diego Ventaja Milan, Manuel Medina Olmos, and 7 Companions (beatification banner)

    

[35]        DIEGO VENTAJA MILÁN, MANUEL MEDINA OLMOS,

                AND 7 COMPANION MARTYRS FROM THE DE LA SALLE BROTHERS OF ALMERÍA

 

 

Manuel Medina OlmosDiego Ventaja Milán        1.    DIEGO VENTAJA MILÁN

                bishop of Almería

                born: 22 June 1880 in Ohanes, Almería (Spain)

        2.    MANUEL MEDINA OLMOS

                bishop of Guadix

                born: 09 August 1869 in Lanteira, Granada (Spain) 

                died: 30 August 1936 in Barranco de El Chisme, Almería (Spain)

    

Marciano Herrero MartínezJusto Zariquiegui MendozaIsidoro Primo Rodríguez        3.    ISIDORO PRIMO RODRÍGUEZ (EDMIGIO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 04 April 1881 in Adalia, Palencia (Spain)

        4.    JUSTO ZARIQUIEGUI MENDOZA (AMALIO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 06 August 1886 in Salinas de Oro, Navarra (Spain) 

        5.    MARCIANO HERRERO MARTÍNEZ (VALERIO BERNARDO)

Adrián Saiz y Saiz                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 11 July 1909 in Sta. María de Porquera de los Infantes, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 31 August 1936 in Pozo de la Lagarta, Tabernas, Almería (Spain)

 

        6.    ADRIÁN SAIZ y SAIZ (TEODOMIRO JOAQUÍN)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 08 September 1907 in Puentedey, Burgos (Spain) 

 

                died: 04 September 1936 in Roquetas highway, Almería (Spain)

 

        7.    EUSEBIO ALONSO UYARRA (EVENCIO RICARDO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 06 March 1917 in Viloria de Rioja, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 08 September 1936 in Roquetas highway, Almería (Spain)

 

Bonifacio Rodríguez GonzálezBienvenido Villalón Acebrón        8.    BIENVENIDO VILLALÓN ACEBRÓN (AURELIO MARÍA)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 22 March 1890 in Zafra de Záncara, Cuenca (Spain)

        9.    BONIFACIO RODRÍGUEZ GONZÁLEZ (JOSÉ CECILIO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 14 May 1885 in Molina de Ubierna, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 13 September 1936 in Pozo de Cantavieja, Tahal, Almería (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Almería

                CCS protocol number: 819

                type of cause: martyrdom

                 

                opening of informative process: 26 January 1954

                    opening of rogatory process: 26 March 1954 (Guadix)

                    opening of rogatory process: 09 April 1954 (Granada)

                    closing of rogatory  process: 25 May 1954 (Granada)

                closing of informative process: 28 May 1954 (Guadix)

                decree on validity of informative process: 20 October 1989

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1991

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 28 May 1992

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:  06 October 1992

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 21 December 1992

                beatification: 10 October 1993

       

                postulator: Frt. Rodolfo Cosimo Meoli, fsc

                petitioner: Asociación de Amigos del Bto. Manuel Medina Olmos, C/ Sta. María, 13, 18500 Guadix, SPAIN
                           
         Hermanos de Lasalle - Distrito de Andalucía, Avenida de la Libertad, 63, Dos Hermanas (Sevilla), SPAIN

                                     [no. 94: Ovidio Bertrán Anuncibay Letona and 5 Companions]

                website:

                 

 

Dionisio Pamplona Polo and 12 Companions (beatification banner). Bd. Pietro Casani (1572-1647), who was beatified at the same time as the martyrs, is at the foreground.

   

[36]        DIONISIO PAMPLONA POLO AND 12 COMPANION MARTYRS

                FROM THE CLERICS REGULAR OF THE PIOUS SCHOOLS (PIARISTS)

 

 

Matías Cardona Meseguer        1.    MATÍAS CARDONA MESEGUER (MATÍAS OF SAINT AUGUSTINE)

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 23 December 1902 in Vallibona, Castellón (Spain)

                died: 20 July 1936 in Pigro de Coll, Vallibona, Castellón (Spain) 

Dionisio Pamplona Polo                 

        2.    DIONISIO PAMPLONA POLO (DIONISIO OF SAINT BARNABAS) *

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 11 October 1868 in Calamocha, Teruel (Spain) 

                died: 25 July 1936 in Monzón, Huesca (Spain) 

 

 Davíd Carlos MarañonManuel Segurra López       3.    MANUEL SEGURA LÓPEZ (MANUEL OF THE VIRGIN OF THE PILLAR) *

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 22 January 1881 in Almonacid de la Sierra, Zaragoza (Spain)

        4.    DAVÍD CARLOS MARAÑON (DAVÍD OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT) *

                professed religious, Piarists

                born: 29 December 1907 in Asarta, Navarra (Spain) 

                died: 28 July 1936 in Purroy de la Solana, Huesca (Spain) 

    

Florentín Felipe NayaFaustino Oteiza Segura       5.      FAUSTINO OTEIZA SEGURA (FAUSTINO OF OUR LADY OF SORROWS) *

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 14 February 1890 in Ayegui, Navarra (Spain)

        6.    FLORENTÍN FELIPE NAYA (FLORENTÍN OF SAINT FRANCIS BORGIA) *

                professed religious, Piarists

                born: 10 October 1856 in Alquézar, Huesca (Spain) 

                died: 09 August 1936 in Azanuy, Huesca (Spain)

              

Enric Canadell Quintana        7.    ENRIC CANADELL QUINTANA (ENRIC OF THE SACRED HEARTS)

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 20 June 1890 in Olot, Girona (Spain) 

Juan Agramunt Riera                died: 17 August 1936 in Castellfullit, Girona (Spain)

                   

        8.    JUAN AGRAMUNT RIERA (JUAN OF THE SACRED HEARTS)

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 14 February 1907 in Almazora, Castellón (Spain) 

                died: 14 August 1936 in Pla de Museros, Almazora, Castellón (Spain)

                      

Ignasi Casanovas Perramón        9.    IGNASI CASANOVAS PERRAMÓN (IGNASI OF SAINT RAYMOND)

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 21 June 1893 in Igualada, Barcelona (Spain) 

                died: 16 September 1936 in Odena, Barcelona (Spain)

Carlos Navarro Miquel

      

        10.  CARLOS NAVARRO MIQUEL

                        (CARLOS OF THE VIRGIN OF THE ABANDONED)

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 11 February 1911 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain) 

                died: 22 September 1936 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain)

 

Francisco Carceller Galindo        11.  FRANCISCO CARCELLER GALINDO

                        (FRANCISCO OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES)

                professed priests, Piarists

José Ferrer Esteve                born: 03 October 1901 in Forcall, Castellón (Spain)

                died: 02 October 1936 in Castellón (Spain)

          

        12.  JOSÉ FERRER ESTEVE (JOSÉ OF CARMEL)

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 17 February 1904 in Algemesí, Valencia (Spain)

                died: 09 December 1936 in Llombay, Valencia (Spain)

       

Alfredo Parte Saiz        13.  ALFREDO PARTE SAIZ (ALFREDO OF THE VIRGIN)

                professed priests, Piarists

                born: 02 June 1899 in Cilleruelo de Bricia, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 27 December 1936 in Santander, Cantabria (Spain)

 

                competent forum: Lleida and others

                CCS protocol number: 1485 [(*) formerly prot. no. 651]

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process:

                closing of informative process:

                decree on writings: 11 July 1952 (*)

                decree on validity of informative process: 15 March 1985 (*)

               

                unification of causes: 17 May 1985

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1989

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 01 July 1994

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 22 November 1994

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 15 December 1994
                beatification: 01 October 1995

               

                postulator: Rev. Mateusz Pindelski, schp

                petitioner: Escola Pia de Catalunya, Ronda Sant Pau 80, 2n, 08001 Barcelona, SPAIN

                                     Provinicia Escolapia de Valencia, C/ Carniceros, 6, 46001 Valencia, SPAIN

                                     Provinicia Escolapia de la Tercera Demarcación, C/ Gaztambide 65, 28015 Madrid, SPAIN

                website:

                 

 

[37]        ELOY SIMÓN GÓMEZ FROM ORIHUELA AND 2 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE FRANCISCAN CAPUCHINS OF ORIHUELA

                 

                competent forum: Orihuela-Alicante

                CCS protocol number: 844

                type of cause: martyrdom

                 

                opening of informative process:

                closing of informative process:

                decree on validity of informative process: 05 February 2000

               

                [see no. 07: Andrés González-Díez González-Núñez from Palazuelo and 31 companions]
 

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