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MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION

DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR († 1934, 36-39)

(XXIV)

 

 

[90]        MARIANO ALCALÁ PÉREZ AND 18 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE MERCEDARIAN PROVINCE OF ARAGÓN

     

         1.    ENRIC MORANTE CHIC

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 23 September 1896 in Lleida (Spain)

        2.    JESÚS EDUARD MASSANET FLAQUER

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 16 January 1899 in Capdepera, Islas Baleares (Spain)

                died: 25 July 1936 in Lleida (Spain)

     

     

        3.    AMANCIO MARÍN MÍNGUEZ

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 26 March 1908 in Celada del Camino, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 26 July 1936 in Binéfar, Huesca (Spain)

     

     

        4.    JOSÉ TRALLERO LOU

                professed religious, Mercedarians

                born: 28 December 1903 in Oliete, Teruel (Spain)

        5.    JAUME CODINA CASELLAS

                professed religious, Mercedarians

                born: 03 May 1901 in Aguilar de Segarra, Barcelona (Spain)

                died: 05 August 1936 in  Estercurel, Teruel (Spain)

     

     

        6.    TOMÁS CARBONELL MIQUEL

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 20 December 1888 in Jijona, Alicante (Spain)

                died: 07 August 1936 in Lleida (Spain)

     

  

        7.    FRANCISCO GARGALLO GASCÓN

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 24 February 1872 in Castellote, Teruel (Spain)

        8.    MANUEL SANCHO AGUILAR

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 16 January 1874 in Castellote, Teruel (Spain)

                died: 07 August 1936 in Muniesa, Teruel (Spain)

  

  

        9.    MARIANO PINA TURÓN

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 13 April 1867 in Híjar, Teruel (Spain)

                died: 08 August 1936 in Muniesa, Teruel (Spain)

  

     

        10.  ANTONIO GONZÁLEZ PENÍN

                professed religious, Mercedarians

                born: 01 March 1864 in San Salvador de Rabal, Celanova, Orense (Spain)

                died: 10 August 1936 in Barcelona (Spain)

    

     

        11.  JOSEP REÑÉ PRENAFETA

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 15 June 1903 in Lleida (Spain)

                died: 16 August 1936 in Barcelona (Spain)

  

  

        12.  TOMÁS CAMPO MARÍN

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 23 January 1879 in Mahamud, Burgos (Spain)

        13.  FRANCESC LLAGOSTERA BONET

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 30 August 1883 in Valls, Tarragona (Spain)

        14.  SERAPIO SANZ IRANZO

                professed religious, Mercedarians

                born: 01 October 1879 in Muniesa, Teruel (Spain)

                died: 20 August 1936 in Lleida (Spain)

  

  

        15.  PEDRO ESTEBAN HERNANDEZ

                professed religious, Mercedarians

                born: 27 July 1869 in Híjar, Teruel (Spain)

        16.  ANTONIO LAHOZ GAN

                professed religious, Mercedarians

                born: 22 October 1858 in Híjar, Teruel (Spain)

                died: September 1936 in “Mas de los Sidricos,” Híjar, Teruel (Spain)

  

  

        17.  MARIANO ALCALÁ PÉREZ

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 11 May 1867 in Andorra, Teruel (Spain)

                died: 15 September 1936 in Andorra, Teruel (Spain)

   

             

        18.  FRANCESC MITJÁ i MITJÁ

                professed religious, Mercedarians

                born: 26 June 1864 in Arbucias, Girona (Spain)

                died: October 1936 in Ivorra, Lleida (Spain)

  

  

        19.  LORENZO MORENO NICOLÁS

                professed priest, Mercedarians

                born: 24 March 1899 in Lorca, Murcia (Spain)

                died: 03 November 1936 in Lorca, Murcia (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Lleida

                CCS protocol number: 932

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process: 31 May 1957

                closing of informative process: 05 October 1959

                decree on validity of informative process: 09 June 1995

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2000

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 30 September 2009

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 13 December 2011

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 19 December 2011

                beatification: 13 October 2013

               

                postulator: Rev. Emilio Santamaría Fernández, o de M

                petitioner: Curia Provincial de los Pp. Mercedarios de Aragón, Pl. Castilla, 6, 08001 Barcelona, SPAIN

                website: www.ordenmerced.org

               

 

[91]        MARIANO ALTOLAGUIRRE y ALTOLAGUIRRE OF SAINT JOSEPH

Santiago Altolaguirre y Altolaguirre                AND 9 COMPANIONS FROM THE TRINITARIANS OF CUENCA AND JAÉN

 

        1.    SANTIAGO ALTOLAGUIRRE y ALTOLAGUIRRE (MARIANO OF SAINT JOSEPH) *  

                professed priest, Trinitarians

                born: 30 December 1857 in Yurre, Vizcaya (Spain)

                died: 26 July 1936 in Villanueva del Arzobispo, Jaén (Spain)

 

Segundo García CabezasPrudencio Guerequiz Guezuraga        2.    PRUDENCIO GUEREQUIZ GUEZURAGA (PRUDENCIO OF THE CROSS)

                professed priest, Trinitarians

                born: 28 April 1883 in Rigoitia, Vizcaya (Spain)

        3.    SEGUNDO GARCÍA CABEZAS (SEGUNDO OF SAINT TERESA) *  

                professed priest, Trinitarians

                born: 24 March 1891 in Barrios de Nistoso, León (Spain)

                died: 31 July 1936 in Andújar, Jaén (Spain)

José Hormaechea Apoita                  

        4.    JOSÉ VICENTE HORMAECHEA APOITA (JOSÉ OF JESUS MARY)

                professed priest, Trinitarians

                born: 01 September 1880 in Navarniz, Vizcaya (Spain)

                died: 04 September 1936 in Villanueva del Arzobispo, Jaén (Spain)

 

        5.    LUIS DE ERDOIZA ZAMALLOA (LUIS OF SAINT MICHAEL OF THE SAINTS)

Melchor Rodríguez VillastrigoLuis Erdoiza Zamalloa                professed priest, Trinitarians

                born: 25 August 1891 in Amorebieta, Vizcaya (Spain)

        6.    MELCHOR RODRÍGUEZ VILLASTRIGO

                     (MELCHOR OF THE HOLY SPIRIT)

                professed priest, Trinitarians

                born: 28 January 1899 in Laguna de Negrillos, León (Spain)

        7.    SANTIAGO ARRIAGA ARRIEN (SANTIAGO OF JESUS)

                professed priest, Trinitarians

Juan Joya CorralejoSantiago Arriaga Arrien                born: 22 November 1903 in Líbano de Arrieta, Vizcaya (Spain)

        8.    JUAN FRANCISCO JOYA CORRALERO

                    (JUAN OF THE VIRGIN OF CASTELLAR)

                professed religious, Trinitarians

                born: 16 May 1898 in Villarubia de Santiago, Toledo (Spain)

                died: 24 September 1936 in Cuenca (Spain)

 

        9.    MARÍA FRANCISCA ESPEJO MARTOS (FRANCISCA OF THE INCARNATION)

Francisca Espejo Martos                professed religious, Trinitarian Nuns

                born: 02 February 1873 in Martos, Jaén (Spain)

                died: 13 January 1937 in Casilla de Martos, Jaén (Spain)

     

Juan Otazua Madariaga

        10.  JUAN OTAZUA MADARIAGA (JUAN OF JESUS AND MARY)

                professed priest, Trinitarians

                born: 08 February 1895 in Rigoitia, Vizcaya (Spain)

                died: 03 April 1937 in Mancha Real, Jaén (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Jaén and Cuenca (Spain)

                CCS protocol number: 1074

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process: 1959 (*)

                closing of informative process: 1961 (*)

                decree on validity of informative process: 16 November 1991 (*)

               

                unification of causes: 1990

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1995

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 02 April 2004

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 07 February 2006

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 26 June 2006

                beatification: 28 October 2007

       

                postulator: Rev. Javier Carnerero Peñalver, osst

                petitioner: Religiosos Trinitarios, C/ Camarena, 57, 28047 Madrid, SPAIN

                                     Monjas Trinitarias, Real de S. Fernando, 5, 23600 Martos (Jaén), SPAIN

                                     [no. 158: Hermenegildo Ita Aregita of the Assumption and 5 Companions]

                website: www.trinitarios.org/mart/menumart.htm

               

 

[92]        MARIANO URBANO PORTA

                professed priest, Dominicans

                born: 10 December 1869 in at Valladolid (Spain)

                died: 26 July 1936 in Alcañiz, Teruel (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Teruel-Albarracín

                CCS protocol number: 1053

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process: 21 December 1964

                closing of informative process:

                decree on validity of informative process:

                submission of Positio to CCS:

                particular meeting of theological consultors:

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

       

                postulator: Rev. Gianni Festa, op

                petitioner: [see no. 22: Buenaventura García-Paredes Pallasá and 41 companions]

                website:

                       

       

[93]        MARTÍN SANTAELLA GUTIÉRREZ AND 2 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE JESUITS OF ALMERÍA

               

                competent forum: Almería

                CCS protocol number: 816

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process:

                closing of informative process:

                decree on validity of informative process:

 

                [see no. 01: Emilio Martínez y Martínez and 41 companions]

               

               

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