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MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION

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

(XXXII)

 

 

[130]      ORENCIO LUIS SOLÁ GARRIGA AND 19 COMPANIONS,

                ALONG WITH ANTONIO MATEO SALAMERO, 

                FROM THE DE LA SALLE BROTHERS, DIOCESAN CLERGY,

                AND LAY FAITHFUL OF MADRID

            

        1.    PATRICIO BEOBIDE CENDOYA (ALEJO ANDRÉS)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 15 May 1889 in Azpetia, Guipúzcoa (Spain)

                died: 03 August 1936 in Torrejon de Ardoz, Madrid (Spain)

                     

        2.    ANTONIO SOLÁ GARRIGA (ORENCIO LUIS)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 20 February 1898 in Bilbao, Vizcaya (Spain)

        3.    CELESTINO RUIZ ALEGRE (AQUILINO JAVIER)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 06 April 1902 in Mazueco de Lara, Burgos (Spain)

        4.    GERMÁN ARRIBAS y ARRIBAS (ÁNGEL GREGORIO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 28 May 1895 in Mazueco de Lara, Burgos (Spain)

        5.    MANOEL JOSÉ SOUSA DE SOUSA (MARIO FÉLIX)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 27 December 1860 in Bouro de Amares,

                                Braga (Portugal)

        6.    JOAQUIM OLIVERAS PULJARÁS (ARTUR)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 15 February 1875 in San Feliu de Pallarols,

                                 Girona (Spain)

        7.    ANDRÉS MERINO BÁSCONES (SIXTO ANDRÉS)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 10 November 1874 in Sasamón, Burgos (Spain)

        8.    LÁZARO RUIZ PERAL (CRISÓSTOMO ALBINO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 20 January 1909 in Arconada, Palencia (Spain)

        9.    GRACILIANO ORTEGA NARGANES (BENJAMÍN LEÓN)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

Teodoro Pérez Gómez (Mariano Pablo)                born: 12 August 1905 in Arconada, Palencia (Spain)

        10.  TEODORO PÉREZ GÓMEZ (MARIANO PABLO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 07 January 1913 in Valladolid (Spain)

        11.  EVENCIO CASTELLANOS LÓPEZ (JAVIER ELISEO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 13 January 1912 in Quintanilla de Abajo, Valladolid (Spain)

        12.  JOSÉ GORASTAZU LABAYEN

                layperson of the archdiocese of Madrid; married

                born: 30 December 1907 in Usi, Navarra (Spain)

                died: 28 August 1936 in Griñon, Madrid (Spain)

 

        13.  ANTONIO MATEO SALAMERO

                priest of the archdiocese of Madrid

                born: 24 September 1864 in Torres del Obispo, Huesca (Spain)

                died: 09 August 1936 in Torrejón de la Calzada, Madrid (Spain)

            

        14.  MAXIMINO SERRANO SÁIZ (JOSÉ ALFONSO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 29 May 1887 in San Adrián de Juarros, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 08 November 1936 in Paracuellos de Jarama, Madrid (Spain)

                     

        15.  JUAN ANTONIO DE BENGOA LARRIÑAGA (DACIANO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 17 January 1882 in Dima, Vizcaya (Spain)

                 died: 27 November 1936 in Paracuellos de Jarama, Madrid (Spain)

         

        16.  MANUEL MIGUEL SÁNCHEZ (SINFRONIO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 29 July 1876 in Los Santos, Salamanca (Spain)

        17.  SATURNINO SANZ y SANZ (PABLO DE LA CRUZ)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 09 April 1879 in Riaza, Segovia (Spain)

        18.  GREGORIO ÁLVAREZ FERNÁNDEZ (JUAN PABLO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 09 May 1904 in Bolaños de Campos, Valladolid (Spain)

        19.  EMILIANO SANTAMARÍA ANGULO (FLORIANO FÉLIX)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 08 August 1899 in Nuez de Abajo, Burgos (Spain)

        20.  VICENTE ANGULO GARCÍA (ADALBERTO JUAN)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 22 January 1904 in Quintana Martín Galindez, Burgos (Spain)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

        21.  MARTÍN ARBÉ BARRÓN (ISMAEL RICARDO)

                professed religious, Brothers of the Christian Schools

                     (De La Salle Brothers)

                born: 01 January 1906 in Añastro, Treviño, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 30 November 1936 in Paracuellos de Jarama, Madrid (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Madrid

                CCS protocol number: 1738

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of informative process:

                closing of informative process:

                decree on validity of informative process: 27 November 1991

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1997

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 25 September 2009

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 08 November 2011

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 19 December 2011

                beatification: 13 October 2013

               

                postulator: Frt. Rodolfo Cosimo Meoli, fsc

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

                                      Hermanos de La Salle, C/ Inmaculada, 11, 28970 Griñon (Madrid), SPAIN

                website:

                 

 

[131]      ROSARIO QUINTANA ARGOS FROM SOANO AND 2 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE CAPUCHIN TERTIARY SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY

 

Manuela Justa Fernández IberoPetra María Victoria Quintana Argos        1.    PETRA MARÍA VICTORIA QUINTANA ARGOS (ROSARIO FROM SOANO)

                professed religious, Capuchin Tertiary Sisters of the Holy Family

                born: 13 May 1866 in Soano, Santander (Spain)

        2.    MANUELA JUSTA FERNÁNDEZ IBERO (SERAFINA FROM OCHOVI)

                professed religious, Capuchin Tertiary Sisters of the Holy Family

                born: 06 August 1872 in Ochovi, Navarra (Spain)

                died: 22 August 1936 in La Vall d’Uixó, Castellón (Spain)

 

        3.    MARÍA FENOLLOSA ALCAINA (FRANCISCA JAVIER FROM RAFELBUNYOL)

                professed religious, Capuchin Tertiary Sisters of the Holy Family

                born: 24 May 1901 in Rafelbunyol, Valencia (Spain)

                died: 28 September 1936 in Gilet, Valencia (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Valencia

                CCS protocol number: 1751

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 12 November 1990

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 05 March 1991

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 23 March 1993

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 07 May 1994

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1996

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 14 May 1999

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:  05 December 2000

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 18 December 2000

                beatification: 11 March 2001

       

                postulator: Rev. Agripino González Alcalde, tc

                petitioner: Hnas. Terciarias Capuchinas, Pl. Vilarrasa, 8-3ª, Accesorio, 46001 Valencia, SPAIN

                website:

                 

 

[132]      VICENTE CABANES BADENAS AND 18 COMPANIONS FROM THE

                CAPUCHIN TERTIARY FATHERS AND BROTHERS OF OUR LADY OF SORROWS (AMIGONIANS),

                ALONG WITH CARMEN GARCÍA MOYON

 

José de Miguel Arahal        1.    JOSÉ DE MIGUEL ARAHAL (BIENVENIDO MARÍA FROM DOS HERMANAS)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 17 June 1887 in Dos Hermanas, Seville (Spain)

Francisco Tomás Serer                died: 01 August 1936 in Madrid (Spain) 

   

        2.    FRANCISCO TOMÁS SERER

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 10 October 1911 in Alcalalí, Alicante (Spain)

                died: 02 August 1936 in Madrid (Spain) 

 

Agustín Hurtado Soler        3.    AGUSTÍN HURTADO SOLER (DOMINGO MARÍA FROM ALBORAYA)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 18 August 1872 in Alboraya, Valencia (Spain)

José María Sanchís Mompó                died: 15 August 1936 in Madrid (Spain)

 

        4.    JOSÉ MARÍA SANCHÍS MOMPÓ (GABRIEL MARÍA FROM BENIFAIÓ)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 08 October 1858 in Benifaió, Valencia (Spain)

                died: 16 August 1936 in Benifaió, Valencia (Spain) 

 

Urbano Gil SáezFlorentín Pérez Romero        5.    FLORENTÍN PÉREZ ROMERO

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 14 March 1902 in Valdecuenca, Teruel (Spain)

        6.    URBANO GIL SÁEZ

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 09 March 1901 in Bronchales, Teruel (Spain) 

                died: 23 August 1936 in La Pobla de Vallbona, Valencia (Spain)

Vicente Cabanes Badenas

 

        7.    VICENTE CABANES BADENAS

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 25 February 1908 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain)

                died: 30 August 1936 in Bilbao, Vizcaya (Spain) 

 

Manuel Ferrer JordáSalvador Ferrer Cardet        8.    SALVADOR FERRER CARDET (LAUREANO MARÍA FROM BURRIANA)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 13 August 1884 in Burriana, Castellón (Spain) 

        9.    MANUEL FERRER JORDÁ (BENITO MARÍA FROM BURRIANA)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

Pablo Martínez Robles                born: 26 November 1872 in Burriana, Castellón (Spain) 

        10.  PABLO MARTÍNEZ ROBLES (BERNARDINO MARÍA FROM ANDÚJAR)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 28 January 1879 in Andujár, Jaén (Spain) 

Timoteo Valero Pérez                died: 16 September 1936 in Turís, Valencia (Spain)

 

        11.  TIMOTEO VALERO PÉREZ

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 24 January 1901 in Terriente, Teruel (Spain) 

                died: 17 September 1936 in Vicálvaro, Madrid (Spain)

 

Vicente Jaunzarás GómezSalvador Chuliá Ferrandis        12.  SALVADOR CHULIÁ FERRANDIS (AMBROSIO MARÍA FROM TORRENT)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 16 April 1866 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain)

        13.  VICENTE JAUNZARÁS GÓMEZ (VALENTÍN MARÍA FROM TORRENT)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 06 March 1896 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain) 

Vicente Gay ZarzoJosé María Llópez Mora        14.  JOSÉ MARÍA LLÓPEZ MORA (RECAREDO MARÍA FROM TORRENT)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 22 August 1874 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain) 

        15.  VICENTE GAY ZARZO (MODESTO MARÍA FROM TORRENT)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 19 January 1885 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain) 

Justo Lerma Martínez        16.  JUSTO LERMA MARTÍNEZ

                        (FRANCISCO MARÍA FROM TORRENT)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 12 November 1886 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain) 

                died: 18 September 1936 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain)

 

Manuel Legua Martí        17.  MANUEL LEGUA MARTÍ (LEÓN MARÍA FROM ALAQUÀS)

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 23 April 1875 in Alaquàs, Valencia (Spain) 

Crescencio García Pobo                died: 26 September 1936 in Madrid (Spain) 

 

        18.  CRESCENCIO GARCÍA POBO

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 15 April 1903 in Celadas, Teruel (Spain) 

                died: 03 October 1936 in Paracuellos de Jarama, Madrid (Spain)

 

José Llosá Balaguer        19.  JOSÉ LLOSÁ BALAGUER

                professed priest, Capuchin Tertiary Fathers and Brothers

                          of Our Lady of Sorrows

                born: 23 August 1901 in Benaguasil, Valencia (Spain) 

                died: 07 October 1936 in Benisanó, Valencia (Spain)

 

Carmen Marie Anne García Moyon        20.  CARMEN MARIE ANNE GARCÍA MOYON

                layperson of the archdiocese of Valencia

                born: 13 September 1888 in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique (France)

                died: 30 January 1937 in Torrent, Valencia (Spain) 

               

                competent forum: Valencia

                CCS protocol number: 1692

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 20 January 1990

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 14 November 1990

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 25 November 1993

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 20 April 1994

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1996

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 14 May 1999

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 12 December 2000

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 18 December 2000

                beatification: 11 March 2001

       

                postulator: Rev. Agripino González Alcalde, tc

                petitioner: Vicepostulación, Seminario San José, 46110 Godella (Valencia), SPAIN

                website:

                 

 

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