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MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION

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

(XXVI)

 

 

 

[95]        MATÍAS CARDONA MESEGUER (MATÍAS OF SAINT AUGUSTINE)

                AND FRANCISCO CARCELLER GALINDO (FRANCISCO OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES)

               

                competent forum: Tortosa

                CCS protocol number: 723

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process:

                closing of informative process:

                decree on writings: 20 November 1981

                decree on validity of informative process:

               

                [see no. 34: Dionisio Pamplona Polo and 12 companions]

           

[96]        NARCISO DE ESTENAGA ECHEVARRÍA, AGAPITO LEÓN OLALLA ALDEA,

                AND 9 COMPANIONS FROM THE DIOCESAN CLERGY,

                DE LA SALLE BROTHERS, AND LAY FAITHFUL OF CIUDAD REAL

     

Pedro Buitrago MoralesJusto Arévalo MoraRemigio Ángel Olalla Aldea        1.    REMIGIO ÁNGEL OLALLA ALDEA (AGAPITO LEÓN)

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

                born: 02 August 1903 in Acinas, Burgos (Spain)

        2.    JUSTO ARÉVALO MORA

                priest of the diocese of Ciudad Real

                born: 19 June 1869 in Miguelturra, Ciudad Real (Spain)

        3.    PEDRO BUITRAGO MORALES

                priest of the diocese of Ciudad Real

Valeriano Ruiz PeralFélix González BustosUrbano Corral González                born: 24 January 1883 in La Solana, Ciudad Real (Spain)

        4.    URBANO CORRAL GONZÁLEZ (JOSAFAT ROQUE)

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

                born: 06 December 1899 in Navajos, Burgos (Spain)

        5.    FÉLIX GONZÁLEZ BUSTOS

                priest of the diocese of Ciudad Real

                born: 23 February 1903 in Alcubillas, Ciudad Real (Spain)

        6.    VALERIANO RUIZ PERAL (JULIO ALFONSO)

Isidro Muñoz AntolínAntolín Martínez y Martínez                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 15 September 1911 in Arconada, Palencia (Spain)

        7.    ANTOLÍN MARTÍNEZ y MARTÍNEZ (DÁMASO LUIS)

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

                born: 12 January 1915 in Armellada, León (Spain)

        8.    ISIDRO MUÑOZ ANTOLÍN (LADISLAO LUIS)

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

                born: 08 May 1916 in Arconada, Palencia (Spain)

                died: 19 August 1936 in Valdepeñas, Ciudad Real (Spain)

 

Julio Melgar SalgadoNarciso de Estenaga Echevarría        9.    NARCISO DE ESTENAGA ECHEVARRÍA

                bishop of Ciudad Real

                born: 29 October 1882 in Logroño, La Rioja (Spain)

        10.  JULIO MELGAR SALGADO

                priest of the diocese of Ciudad Real

                born: 16 April 1900 in Bercero, Valladolid (Spain)

                died: 22 August 1936 in Ciudad Real (Spain)

Álvaro Santos Cejudo Moreno Chocano      

        11.  ÁLVARO SANTOS CEJUDO MORENO CHOCANO

                layperson of the diocese of Ciudad Real; married

                born: 19 February 1880 in Daimiel, Ciudad Real (Spain)

                died: 17 September 1936 in Alcázar de San Juan, Ciudad Real (Spain)

 

                competent forum: Ciudad Real

                CCS protocol number: 915

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process: 18 January 1956

                closing of informative process: 27 June 1958

                decree on validity of informative process: 20 November 1992

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1995

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 16 March 2004

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 21 June 2005

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 28 April 2006

                beatification: 28 October 2007

       

                postulator: Frt. Rodolfo Cosimo Meoli, fsc

                petitioner: Delegación Diocesana para las Causas de los Santos, C/ Caballeros, 7, 13001 Ciudad Real, SPAIN

                                     [see no. 108: Teodosio Rafael López Hernando and 3 Companions]

                website:

                   

                   

Niceforo Díez Tejerina and 25 Companions (beatification banner)   

 

[97]        NICEFORO DÍEZ TEJERINA OF JESUS AND MARY

                AND 25 COMPANIONS FROM THE PASSIONISTS OF DAIMIEL

Felipe Valcobado GranadoManuel Pérez Jiménez

  

        1.     MANUEL PÉREZ JIMÉNEZ (GERMÁN OF JESUS AND MARY)

                professed priest, Passionists

                born: 07 September 1898 in Cornago, La Rioja (Spain)

        2.    FELIPE VALCOBADO GRANADO (FELIPE OF THE CHILD JESUS)

                professed priest, Passionists

                born: 26 May 1874 in at San Martín de Rubiales, Burgos (Spain)

Felipe Ruiz FraileAnacario Benito Nozal        3.    ANACARIO BENITO NOZAL (ANACARIO OF THE IMMACULATA)

                professed religious, Passionists

                born: 23 September 1906 in Becerril del Carpio, Palencia (Spain)

        4.    FELIPE RUIZ FRAILE (FELIPE OF SAINT MICHAEL)

                professed religious, Passionists

                born: 06 March 1915 in Quintanilla de la Berzosa, Palencia (Spain)

        5.    MAURILIO MACHO RODRÍGUEZ (MAURILIO OF THE CHILD JESUS)

Julio Mediavilla ConcejeroJosé Osés SainzMaurilio Macho Rodíguez                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 15 March 1915 in Villafría, Burgos (Spain)

        6.    JOSÉ OSÉS SAINZ (JOSÉ OF JESUS AND MARY)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 29 April 1915 in Peralta, Navarra (Spain)

        7.    JULIO MEDIAVILLA CONCEJERO (JULIO OF THE HEART OF JESUS)

                professed cleric, Passionists

Laurino Proaño CuestaJosé Ruiz Martínez                born: 07 May 1915 in La Lastra, Palencia (Spain)

        8.    JOSÉ RUIZ MARTINEZ (JOSÉ MARÍA OF JESUS AGONIZING)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 03 February 1916 in Puente La Reina, Navarra (Spain)

        9.    LAURINO PROAÑO CUESTA (LAURINO OF JESUS CRUCIFIED)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 14 April 1916 in Villafría, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 22 July 1936 in Carabanchel Bajo, Madrid (Spain)

 

        10.  VICENTE DÍEZ TEJERINA (NICÉFORO OF JESUS AND MARY)

                professed priest, Passionists

José Estalayo GarcíaVicente Díez Tejerina                born: 17 February 1893 in Herreruela, Cáceres (Spain)

        11.  JOSÉ ESTALAYO GARCÍA (JOSÉ OF THE SACRED HEARTS)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 17 March 1915 in San Martín de Perapertú, Palencia (Spain)

        12.  EPIFANIO SIERRA CONDE (EPIFANIO OF SAINT MICHAEL)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 12 May 1916 in San Martín de los Herreros, Palencia (Spain)

Zacarías Fernández CrespoAbilio Ramos y RamosEpifanio Sierra Conde        13.  ABILIO RAMOS y RAMOS (ABILIO OF THE CROSS)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 22 February 1917 in Resoba, Palencia (Spain)

        14.  ZACARÍAS FERNÁNDEZ CRESPO

                    (ZACARÍAS OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 24 May 1917 in Cintruénigo, Navarra (Spain)

                died: 23 July 1936 in Manzanares, Ciudad Real (Spain)

 

        15.  BENITO SOLANA RUIZ (BENITO OF THE VIRGIN OF VILLAR)

Felix Ugalde IrurzunPedro Largo RedondoBenito Solana Ruiz                professed religious, Passionists

                born: 17 February 1882 in Cintruénigo, Navarra (Spain)

        16.  PEDRO LARGO REDONDO (PEDRO OF THE HEART OF JESUS)

                professed priest, Passionists

                born: 19 May 1907 in Alba de los Cardaños, Palencia (Spain)

        17.  FELIX UGALDE IRURZUN (FELIX OF THE FIVE WOUNDS)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 06 November 1915 in Mendigorria, Navarra (Spain)

                died: 25 September 1936 in Urdá, Toledo (Spain)

 

José María Bengoa ArangurenPedro Leoz Portillo        18.  PEDRO LEOZ PORTILLO (PABLO MARÍA OF SAINT JOSEPH)

                professed religious, Passionists

                born: 17 February 1882 in Leoz, Navarra (Spain)

        19.  JOSE MARÍA BENGOA ARANGUREN (JUAN PEDRO OF SAINT ANTHONY)

                professed priest, Passionists

                born: 19 June 1890 in Santa Agata de Guesatíbar, Guipúzcoa (Spain)

                died: 25 September 1936 in Carrión de Calatrava, Ciudad Real (Spain)

 

Justiniano Cuesta RedondoAnatolio García Nozal        20.  ANATOLIO GARCÍA NOZAL (ILDEFONSO OF THE CROSS)

                professed priest, Passionists

                born: 15 March 1898 in Becerril del Carpio, Palencia (Spain)

        21.  JUSTINIANO CUESTA REDONDO

                    (JUSTINIANO OF SAINT GABRIEL OF OUR LADY OF SORROWS)

                professed priest, Passionists

                born: 19 August 1910 in Alba de los Cardaños, Palencia (Spain)

        22.  EUFRASIO DE CELIS SANTOS (EUFRASIO OF MERCIFUL LOVE)

Tomás Cuartero GascónEufrasio de Celis Santos                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 13 March 1913 in Salinas de Pisuerga, Palencia (Spain)

        23.  TOMÁS CUARTERO GASCÓN (TOMÁS OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 22 February 1915 in Tabuenca, Zaragoza (Spain)

        24.  HONORINO CARRACEDO RAMOS (HONORINO OF OUR LADY OF SORROWS)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 21 April 1916 in La Lastra, Palencia (Spain)

José María Cuartero GascónFulgencio Calvo SánchezHonorino Carracedo Ramos        25.  FULGENCIO CALVO SÁNCHEZ (FULGENCIO OF THE HEART OF MARY)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 12 May 1916 in Cubillo de Ojeda, Palencia (Spain)

        26.  JOSÉ MARÍA CUARTERO GASCÓN (JOSÉ MARÍA OF JESUS AND MARY)

                professed cleric, Passionists

                born: 24 April 1918 in Tabuenca, Zaragoza (Spain)

                died: 23 October 1936 in Manzanares, Ciudad Real (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Ciudad Real

                CCS protocol number: 700

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process: 08 May 1948

                closing of informative process: 29 September 1951

                decree on validity of informative process: 27 September 1984

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1987

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 17 May 1988

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 18 October 1988

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 28 November 1988

                beatification: 01 October 1989

       

                postulator: Rev. Giovanni Zubiani, cp

                petitioner: Comunidad de Pasionistas, Apdo. 26, 13250 Daimiel (Ciudad Real), SPAIN

                website:

               

[98]        OLEGARIO CORRAL GARCÍA AND MARCIAL MAYORGA PAREDES

               

                competent forum: Santander

                CCS protocol number: 836

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of diocesan inquiry:

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                               

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

 

 

[99]        OVIDIO BERTRÁN ANUNCIBAY LETONA AND 5 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE DE LA SALLE BROTHERS AND THE DIOCESAN CLERGY OF CARTAGENA

 

Modesto Sáez ManzanaresJosé María Cánovas MartínezEsteban Anuncibay Letona        1.     ESTEBAN ANUNCIBAY LETONA (OVIDIO BERTRÁN)

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

                born: 26 December 1892 in Mijancas, Vitoria (Spain)

        2.    JOSÉ MARÍA CÁNOVAS MARTÍNEZ

                priest of the diocese of Cartagena

                born: 09 August 1894 in Totana, Murcia (Spain)

        3.    MODESTO SÁEZ MANZANARES (HERMENEGILDO LORENZO)

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

                born: 30 July 1903 in Revilla del Campo, Burgos (Spain)

Emiliano Martínez de Laspera AlavaAugusto Cordero FernándezGermán García y García        4.    GERMÁN GARCÍA y GARCÍA (LUCIANO PABLO)

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

                born: 28 May 1903 in Quintanilla de la Mata, Burgos (Spain)

        5.    AUGUSTO CORDERO FERNÁNDEZ (ESTANISLAO VÍCTOR)

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

                born: 07 October 1908 in Bustillo de la Vega, Palencia (Spain)

        6.    EMILIANO MARTÍNEZ DE LA PERA ALAVA (LORENZO SANTIAGO)

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

                born: 08 August 1913 in Huerto de Arriba, Alava (Spain)

                died: 18 November 1936 in Lorca, Cartagena (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Cartagena (Spain)

                CCS protocol number: 916

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process: 27 October 1958

                closing of informative process: 18 March 1959

                decree on validity of informative process: 29 May 1992

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1996

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 25 February 2006

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 14 November 2006

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 16 December 2006

                beatification: 28 October 2007

       

                postulator: Frt. Rodolfo Cosimo Meoli, fsc

                petitioner: [see no. 33: Diego Ventaja Milán, Manuel Medina Olmos and 7 Companions]

                website:

   

           

[100]      PASQUAL ARAGUÀS GUÀRDIA AND 5 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE DIOCESAN CLERGY OF URGELL 

               

                competent forum: Urgell

                CCS protocol number: 1916

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 08 July 1993

                opening of diocesan inquiry:

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 05 December 1997

               

                [see no 60: Josèp Tapies Sirvant and 6 Companions]

               

               

[100]      PASCUAL FORTUÑO ALMELA AND 3 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS MINOR OF VALENCIA

 

Plácido García GilabertPascual Fortuño Almela        1.     PASCUAL FORTUÑO ALMELA

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor

                born: 03 March 1886 in Villareal, Castellón (Spain)

        2.    PLÁCIDO GARCÍA GILABERT

                professed priest, Franciscan Friars Minor

                born: 01 January 1895 in Benitachell, Alicante (Spain)

        3.    SALVADOR MOLLAR VENTURA

Alfredo Pellicer MuñozSalvador Mollar Ventura                professed religious, Franciscan Friars Minor

                born: 27 March 1896 in Manises, Valencia (Spain)

        4.    ALFREDO PELLICER MUÑOZ

                professed cleric, Franciscan Friars Minor

                born: 10 April 1914 in Bellreguard, Valencia (Spain)

                died: 08 September 1936 in Castellón (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Valencia

                CCS protocol number: 1155

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process: 21 June 1966

                closing of informative process: 13 May 1969

                decree on validity of informative process: 10 July 1992

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1994

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 02 December 1998

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 09 November 1999

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 20 December 1999

                beatification: 11 March 2001

       

                postulator: Fra Giovangiuseppe Califano, ofm

                petitioner: Curia Provincial de los Franciscanos, Plaza San Lorenzo, 2-1°, 46003 Valencia, SPAIN

                                     [no. 152: Ricardo Pelufo Esteve and 35 Companions]

                website:

               

               

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