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MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION

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

(XXXV)

 

 

[143]      JOSEFA MARTÍNEZ PÉREZ AND 12 COMPANIONS FROM THE

                DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY OF SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL AND

                LAY FAITHFUL OF VALENCIA

 

        1.    ROSARIO CIÉRCOLES GASCÓN

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 05 October 1873 in Zaragoza (Spain)

        2.    MICAELA HERNÁN MARTÍNEZ

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 06 May 1881 in Burgos (Spain) 

        3.    MARÍA LUISA BERMÚDEZ RUIZ

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 10 October 1893 in Subugueira, Coruña (Spain)

                died: 18 August 1936 in Almenara, Valencia (Spain) 

     

        4.    MARTINA VÁZQUEZ GORDO

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 30 January 1865 in Cuéllar, Segovia (Spain)

                died: 04 October 1936 in Algar de Palancia,

                               Castellón (Spain)

     

        5.    JOSEFA MARTÍNEZ PÉREZ

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 05 August 1897 in Alberique, Valencia (Spain)

                died: 15 October 1936 in Llosa de Ranes, Valencia (Spain)

     

        6.    JOAQUINA REY AGUIRRE

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 23 December 1895 in Bilbao, Vizcaya (Spain)

        7.    VICTORIA ARREGUI GUINEA

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 19 December 1894 in Begoña, Vizcaya (Spain)

                died: 29 October 1936 in Gilet, Valencia (Spain) 

     

        8.    JOSEFA LABORRA GOYENECHE

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 06 February 1864 in Sangüesa, Navarra (Spain) 

        9.    CARMEN RODRÍGUEZ BANAZAL

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 26 March 1876 in Cea, Orense (Spain) 

        10.  ESTEFANÍA IRISARRI IRIGARAY

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 26 December 1878 in Peralta, Navarra (Spain) 

        11.  MARÍA PILAR NALDA FRANCO

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 24 May 1871 in Algodonales, Cádiz (Spain)

        12.  ISIDORA IZQUIERDO GARCÍA

                professed religious, Daughters of Charity

                     of Saint Vincent de Paul

                born: 02 January 1885 in Páramo del Arroyo, Burgos (Spain)

        13.  DOLORES BROSETA BONET

                layperson of the archdiocese of Valencia

                born: 1892 in Bétera, Valencia (Spain) 

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

     

                competent forum: Valencia

                CCS protocol number: 2052

                type of cause: martyrdom

                       

                opening of informative process: 05 December 1960

                resumption of diocesan inquiry: 25 November 1994

                nihil obstat: 05 June 1995

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 22 May 1996

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 20 February 1998

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1999

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 29 September 2009

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 07 June 2011

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 27 June 2011

                beatification: 13 October 2013

                   

                postulator: Rev. Shijo Kanjirathamkunnel, cm

                petitioner: Vicepostulación, Hogar San Eugenio, C/ Milagrosa, 11, 46009 Valencia, SPAIN

                                     [no. 180: Vicenç Queralt Lloret and 20 Companions]

                                     Hijas de la Caridad – Provincia de Pamplona, C/ Salduba 8, 50003 Zaragoza, SPAIN

                website:

   

   

[144]      JOSEFA RUANO GARCÍA AND DOLORES PUIG BONANY

               

Dolores Puig BonanyJosefa Ruano García        1.    JOSEFA RUANO GARCÍA (JOSEFA OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD)

                professed religious, Little Sisters of the Abandoned Elderly

                born: 09 July 1854 in Berja, Almería (Spain)

         2.   DOLORES PUIG BONANY (MARÍA DOLORES OF SAINT EULALIA)

                professed religious, Little Sisters of the Abandoned Elderly

                born: 12 June 1857 in Berga, Barcelona (Spain)

                died: 08 September 1936 in Buñol, Valencia (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Valencia

                CCS protocol number: 2067

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 28 June 1995

                nihil obstat: 21 August 1995

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 17 October 1997

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 19 June 1998

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1999

                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: Dr. Silvia Mónica Correale

                petitioner: Hermanitas de los Ancianos Desamparados,

                                         C/ Verdú Diana, 24, 46340 Requena (Valencia), SPAIN

                website:

               

                   

Isabel Sánchez Romero[145]      ISABEL SÁNCHEZ ROMERO (ASUNCIÓN OF SAINT JOSEPH)

                professed religious, Dominican Nuns

                born: 09 May 1861 in Huéscar, Granada (Spain)

                died: 15 February 1937 in Huéscar, Granada (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Guadix

                CCS protocol number: 2057

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 05 July 1995

                opening of diocesan inquiry:

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 19 February 1999

                submission of Positio to CCS:

                particular meeting of theological consultors:

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

                   

                postulator: Rev. Vito Tomás Gómez García, op

                petitioner: Mm. Dominicas, C/ Barroeta 24, 18830 Huéscar (Granada), SPAIN

                website:   

                   

 

[146]      RICARDO GIL BARCELÓN  AND ANTONIO ISIDORO ARRUÉ PEIRÓ

 

Antonio Isidoro Arrué PeiróRicardo Gil Barcelón        1.    RICARDO GIL BARCELÓN

                professed priest, Sons of Divine Providence

                born: 27 October 1873 in Manzanera, Teruel (Spain)

         2.   ANTONIO ISIDORO ARRUÉ PEIRÓ

                layperson of the archdiocese of Valencia;

                     postulant, Sons of Divine Providence

                born: 04 April 1908 in Calatayud, Zaragoza (Spain)

                died: 03 August 1936 in El Saler, Valencia (Spain) 

               

                competent forum: Valencia

                CCS protocol number: 2065

                type of cause: martyrdom

                       

                opening of informative process: 22 February 1962

                resumption of diocesan inquiry: 30 November 1994

                nihil obstat: 21 August 1995

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                decree on validity of informative process: 19 November 1999

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2000

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 28 September 2010

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 29 October 2012

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 20 December 2012

                beatification: 13 October 2013

               

                postulator: Rev. Aurelio Fusi, fdp

                petitioner: Pp. Orionistas, C/ Magallanes, 1-3a, 46940 Manises (Valencia), SPAIN

                website:

           

               

[147]      ANTONIO ARRIBAS HORTIGÜELA AND 6 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE MISSIONARIES OF THE SACRED HEART

    

José Vergara EchevarriaAbundio Martín Rodríguez        1.    ANTONIO ARRIBAS HORTIGÜELA

                professed priest, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart

                born: 29 April 1908 in Cardeñadijo, Burgos (Spain)

        2.    ABUNDIO MARTÍN RODRÍGUEZ

                professed priest, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart

                born: 14 April 1908 in Villaescusa, Palencia (Spain)

        3.    JOSÉ VERGARA ECHEVARRIA

Gumersindo Gómez RodríguezJosep Oriol Isern Masso                professed priest, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart

                born: 18 June 1908 in Almándoz, Navarra (Spain)

        4.    JOSEP ORIOL ISERN MASSO

                professed priest, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart

                born: 16 June 1909 in Villanueva y Geltrú, Barcelona (Spain)

        5.    GUMERSINDO GÓMEZ RODRÍGUEZ

                professed religious, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart

José del Amo y del AmoJesús Moreno Ruiz                born: 15 October 1911 in Benuza, Astorga (Spain)

        6.    JESÚS MORENO RUIZ

                professed religious, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart

                born: 13 January 1915 in Osorno, Palencia (Spain)

        7.    JOSÉ DEL AMO y DEL AMO

                professed religious, Missionaries of the Sacred Heart

                born: 12 June 1916 in Pumarejo de Tera, Zamora (Spain)

                died: 29 September 1936 in Pont de Ser, Serinyá, Girona (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Girona

                CCS protocol number: 2054

                type of cause: martyrdom

                       

                nihil obstat: 05 June 1995

                opening of diocesan inquiry:

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 25 February 2000

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2007

                particular meeting of theological consultors:

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

                   

                postulator: Rev. Angel González García, msc

                petitioner: Missioners del Sagrat Cor, C/ Rosellón, 175, 08036 Barcelona, SPAIN

                website:

               

               

[148]      JOSEP SAMSÓ ELIAS

                priest of the archdiocese of Barcelona

                born: 17 January 1887 in Castellbisball, Vallès Occidental, Barcelona (Spain)

                died: 01 September 1936 in Mataró, Barcelona (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Barcelona

                CCS protocol number: 2089

                type of cause: martyrdom

                       

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 12 February 1959

                nihil obstat: 27 January 1996

                resumption of diocesan inquiry: 13 March 1996

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 18 March 1999

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 23 June 2000

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2004

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 04 April 2009

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 16 June 2009

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 03 July 2009

                beatification: 23 January 2010

                   

                postulator: Rev. Ramon Julià Saurí, schp

                petitioner: Parroquia de Santa Maria, Sant Francesc d’Assís, 23, 08301 Mataró (Barcelona), SPAIN

                website: amicsdelbeatjosepsamso.org

               

               

[149]      MAURICIO IÑIGUEZ DE HEREDIA ALZOLA AND 23 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE HOSPITALLERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD OF

                MADRID, BARCELONA, VALENCIA, AND MÁLAGA

 

Benito Íñigüez de Heredia Alonso        1.    BENITO IÑIGUEZ DE HEREDIA ALZOLA (GAUDENCIO) **

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 16 April 1882 in Dallo, Ávila (Spain)

                died: 01 August 1936 in Valdemoro, Madrid (Spain)

 

        2.    RAMON ROSELL LABORIA (LEONCI)

                professed priest, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

Armando Óscar ValdésRamon Rosell Laboria                born: 13 December 1897 in Barcelona (Spain)

        3.    ARMANDO ÓSCAR VALDÉS (JAIME)

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 15 January 1891 in Havana (Cuba)

                died: 11 August 1936 in Valencia (Spain)

 

        4.    SILVESTRE PEREZ LAGUNA ***

                professed priest, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

Antonio del CHarco HorquesPedro Pastor GarcíaSilvestre Pérez Laguna                born: 30 December 1873 in Villar del Camino, Soria (Spain)

        5.    PEDRO PASTOR GARCÍA (SEGUNDO) ***

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 29 April 1885 in Mezquetillas, Soria (Spain)

        6.    ANTONIO DEL CHARCO HORQUES (BALTASAR) ***

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 12 November 1887 in Granada (Spain)

        7.    MANUEL SANZ y SANZ (GUMERSINDO) ***

Juan Antonio García MorenoEusebio Ballesteros RodríguezManuel Sanz y Sanz                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 01 January 1878 in Almadrones, Guadalajara (Spain)

        8.    EUSEBIO BALLESTEROS RODRÍGUEZ (HONORIO) ***

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 29 April 1895 in Ocaña, Toledo (Spain)

        9.    JUAN ANTONIO GARCÍA MORENO (RAIMUNDO) ***

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 11 April 1896 in Lucena, Córdoba (Spain)

Florentino Alonso AntonioIsidro Valentín Peña Ojea        10.  ISIDRO VALENTÍN PEÑA OJEA (ESTANISLAO DE JESÚS) ***

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 04 April 1907 in Talavera de la Reina, Toledo (Spain)

        11.  FLORENTINO ALONSO ANTONIO (SALUSTIANO) ***

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 14 March 1876 in Torno, Cáceres (Spain)

                died: 17 August 1936 in Málaga (Spain)

 

Serviliano Solá JiménezAlejandro Íñigüez de Heredia Alzola        12.  ALEJANDRO IÑIGUEZ DE HEREDIA ALZOLA (MAURICIO) *

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 08 February 1877 in Dallo, Ávila (Spain)

        13.  SERVILIANO SOLÁ JIMÉNEZ (LUIS BELTRÁN) *

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 20 April 1899 in Artariain, Navarra (Spain)

                died: 28 August 1936 in Barcelona (Spain)

 

Dionisio Ibáñez LópezJosé Aloy DoménechTomás Barrio Pérez        14.  TOMÁS BARRIOS PÉREZ (CRISTOBAL)

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 25 December 1864 in Palencia (Spain)

        15.  JOSÉ ALOY DOMÉNECH (LEANDRO)

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 16 November 1872 in Bétera, Valencia (Spain)

        16.  DIONISIO IBÁÑEZ LÓPEZ (CRUZ)

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 03 January 1886 in Sabíñan, Zaragoza (Spain)

Juan José Orayen AizcorbeFrancisco Martínez GraneroJuan de Francisco Pio        17.  JUAN DE FRANCISCO PÍO (LEOPOLDO)

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 03 August 1877 in Caravaca, Murcia (Spain)

        18.  FRANCISCO MARTÍNEZ GRANERO (FELICIANO)

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 23 January 1863 in Taberno, Almería (Spain)

        19.  JUAN JOSÉ ORAYEN AIZCORBE

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 11 March 1899 in Osacar, Navarra (Spain)

Avelí Martínez de Arenzana CandelaPublio Fernández GonzálezJosé Miguel Peñarroya Dolz        20.  JOSÉ MIGUEL PEÑARROYA DOLZ

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 03 November 1908 in Forcall, Castellón (Spain)

        21.  PUBLIO FERNÁNDEZ GONZÁLEZ

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 24 May 1908 in Otero de las Dueñas, León (Spain)

        22.  AVELÍ MARTÍNEZ DE ARENZANA CANDELA

                oblate, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 10 January 1899 in Barcelona (Spain)

Primo Andrés Lanas                died: 04 October 1936 in La Malvarrosa, Valencia (Spain)

 

        23.  PRIMO ANDRÉS LANAS (TRINIDAD) **

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 07 February 1877 in Maeztu, Alava (Spain)

Juan Ramón Morín Ramos                died: 05 February 1937 in Madrid (Spain)

 

        24.  JUAN RAMÓN MORÍN RAMOS (MATÍAS) **

                professed religious, Hospitallers of Saint John of God

                born: 06 March 1913 in Salvatierra de Tormes, Salamanca (Spain)

                died: September 1937 in Guadarrama, Madrid (Spain)

                               

                competent forum: Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, and Malaga

                CCS protocol number: 2066  [* formerly part of prot. no. 693 ;

                                                                         ** formerly part of prot. no. 823;

                                                                         *** formerly prot. no. 2076]

                type of cause: martyrdom

                       

                nihil obstat: 21 August 1995 (**)

                opening of diocesan inquiry:

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 22 November 1996

               

                unification of causes:

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2002

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 19 February 2013

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 05 July 2013

                beatification: 13 October 2013

                   

                postulator: Fra Elia Tripaldi, oh, sac.

                petitioner: [no. 23: Braulio María Corres Díaz de Cerio, Federico Rubio Álvarez and 69 Companions]

                                      Hermanos de San Juan de Dios - Provincia de Andalucía, Avda. Eduardo Dato, 42-1ª Planta,

                                          Apdo. 7155, 41005 Sevilla, SPAIN

                                      Hermanos de San Juan de Dios, Ctra. Casabermeja, 126, 29014 Malaga, SPAIN

                                      Hermanos de San Juan de Dios, C/ Luz Casanova, 8, 46009 Valencia, SPAIN

                website:

               

               

[150]      SILVESTRE PÉREZ LAGUNA AND 7 COMPANIONS FROM THE

                HOSPITALLERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD OF MÁLAGA

               

                competent forum: Málaga

                CCS protocol number: 2076

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 27 October 1995

                opening of diocesan inquiry:

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

 

                [see no. 144: Mauricio Iñiguez de Heredia Alzola and 23 Companions]

 

 

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