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~ Martyrs of the Religious Persecution during the Spanish Civil War [36] ~

(†1934, 1936-39)

 

[151]      PIO HEREDIA ZUBÍA AND 17 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE TRAPPISTS OF CANTABRIA

                AND THE CISTERCIAN NUNS OF VALENCIA

     

Josep Camí y Camí        1.    JOSEP CAMÍ y CAMÍ *

                priest of the diocese of Lleida;

                        postulant, Trappists

                born: 05 September 1907 in Aitona, Lleida (Spain)

                died: 28 July 1936 in Aitona, Lleida (Spain)

 

        2.    HERMINIO GARCÍA PAMPLIEGA (EUGENIO) *

Francisco Pastor GarridoHerminio García Pampliega                professed priest, Trappists

                born: 23 November 1902 in Villagonzalo Pedernales, Burgos (Spain)

        3.    FRANCISCO PASTOR GARRIDO (VICENTE) *

                professed priest, Trappists

                born: 16 February 1905 in Valencia (Spain)

                died: 21 September 1936 in Cuesta de las Anguilas, Santander, Cantabria (Spain)

 

María de la Salud Baldoví Trull        4.    MARÍA DE LA SALUD BALDOVÍ TRULL (MARÍA MICAELA) **

                professed religious, Cistercian Nuns (Congregation of of Saint Bernard of Spain)

                born: 28 April 1869 in Algemesí, Valencia (Spain)

                died: 09 November 1936 in Benifayó, Valencia (Spain)

Ursula Medes Ferris

 

        5.    URSULA MEDES FERRIS (MARÍA NATIVIDAD) **

                professed religious, Cistercian Nuns (Congregation of of Saint Bernard of Spain)

                born: 18 December 1880 in Algemesí, Valencia (Spain)

                died: 12 November 1936 in Alcudia de Carlet, Valencia (Spain)

 

        6.    JULIÁN HEREDIA ZUBIA (PIO) *

Valeriano Rodríguez GarcíaMarcos García RodríguezJulián Heredia Zubia                professed priest, Trappists

                born: 16 February 1875 in Larrea, Alava (Spain)

        7.    MARCOS GARCÍA RODRÍGUEZ (AMADEO) *

                professed priest, Trappists

                born: 14 September 1905 in Villaviciosa de San Miguel, León (Spain)

        8.    VALERIANO RODRÍGUEZ GARCÍA *

                professed priest, Trappists

                born: 10 June 1906 in Villaviciosa de San Miguel, León (Spain)

Francisco Delgado GonzálezAlvaro González LópezJuan Bautista Ferris Llopis        9.    JUAN BAUTISTA FERRIS LLOPIS *

                professed priest, Trappists

                born: 24 March 1905 in Algemesí, Valencia (Spain)

        10.  ALVARO GONZÁLEZ LÓPEZ *

                professed cleric, Trappists

                born: 27 April 1915 in Noceda del Bierzo, León (Spain)

        11.  FRANCISCO DELGADO GONZÁLEZ (ANTONIO) *

                postulant, Trappists

                born: 28 January 1915 in Citores del Páramo, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 03 December 1936 in Santander, Cantabria (Spain)

 

Ezequiel Álvaro de la FuenteFrancisco de la Vega GonzálezJacinto García Chicote        12.  JACINTO GARCÍA CHICOTE (EUSTAQUIO) *

                professed religious, Trappists

                born: 16 August 1891 in Támara de Campos, Palencia (Spain)

        13.  FRANCISCO DE LA VEGA GONZÁLEZ (ÁNGEL) *

                professed religious, Trappists

                born: 15 October 1868 in Noceda de Bierzo, León (Spain)

        14.  EZEQUIEL ÁLVARO DE LA FUENTE *

                professed religious, Trappists

Robustiano Mata UbiernaEulogio Álvarez López                born: 21 May 1917 in Espinosa de Cerrato, Palencia (Spain)

        15.  EULOGIO ÁLVAREZ LÓPEZ *

                professed religious, Trappists

                born: 28 July 1916 in Quintana de Fuseros, León (Spain)

        16.  ROBUSTIANO MATA UBIERNA (BIENVENIDO) *

                novice, Trappists

                born: 24 May 1908 in Celadilla Sotobrín, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 04 December 1936 in Santander, Cantabria (Spain)

 

Emérico Martín Rubio        17.  EMÉRICO MARTÍN RUBIO (MARCELINO) *

                novice, Trappists

                born: 04 November 1913 in Espinosa de Villagonzalo, Palencia (Spain)

Leandro Gómez Gil                died: 10 December 1936 in Santander, Cantabria (Spain)

 

        18.  LEANDRO GÓMEZ GIL *

                professed religious, Trappists

                born: 13 March 1915 in Hontomín, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 31 December 1936 in Santander, Cantabria (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Santander and Valencia

                CCS protocol number: 2112 [** formerly prot. no. 1269]

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 13 June 1996 (*)

                opening of diocesan inquiry: July 1996

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 16 June 2000 (*)

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2004

                particular meeting of theological consultors:

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

               

                postulator: Sr. Augusta Tescari, ocso

                petitioner: Abadia Cisterciense de Viaceli, 39320 Cóbreces (Cantabria), SPAIN

                                     Monasterio de San Bernardo, C/ Pisones, 60, 09001 Burgos, SPAIN

                webpage: www.aviaceli.com

                 

 

[152]      VALENTÍN PALENCIA MARQUINA AND 4 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE LAY FAITHFUL OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF BURGOS

 

Valentín Palencia Marquina        1.     VALENTÍN PALENCIA MARQUINA

                priest of the archdiocese of Burgos

                born: 26 July 1871 in Burgos (Spain)

Donato Rodríguez García        2.    DONATO RODRÍGUEZ GARCÍA

                layperson of the archdiocese of Burgos

                born: 27 January 1911 in Santa Olalla de Valdivielso, Burgos (Spain)

        3.    GERMÁN GARCÍA y GARCÍA

                young layperson of the archdiocese of Burgos

                born: 30 October 1912 in Villanueva de Argaño, Burgos (Spain)

        4.    ZACARÍAS CUESTA CAMPO

                young layperson of the archdiocese of Burgos

                born: 10 June 1916 in Villasidro, Burgos (Spain)

        5.    EMILIO HUIDOBRO CORRALES

                young layperson of the archdiocese of Burgos

                born: 09 August 1917 in Villaescusa de Butrón, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 15 January 1937 in Tramalón de Ruiloba, Cantabria (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Burgos

                CCS protocol number: 2122

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 21 August 1996

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 30 September 1996

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 18 March 1999

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 08 November 1999

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2003

                particular meeting of theological consultors:

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

               

                postulator: Mons. Rafael Higueras Álamo

                petitioner: Arquidiócesis de Burgos, C. Eduardo Martínez del Campo, 18, Aptdo. 3, 09080 Burgos, SPAIN

                webpage:

                  

 

María of Montserrat García Solanas and 9 Companions (composite)

 

 

[153]      MARÍA MONTSERRAT GARCÍA SOLANAS AND 9 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE MINIM NUNS AND THE LAY FAITHFUL OF BARCELONA

 

Ramona Ors TorrentsJosefa García Solanas        1.     JOSEFA PILAR GARCÍA SOLANAS (MARÍA MONTSERRAT)

                professed religious, Minim Nuns

                born: 08 March 1871 in Aniñón, Zaragoza (Spain)

        2.    RAMONA ORS TORRENTS

                        (MARGARIDA D’ALACOQUE OF SAINT RAYMOND)

                professed religious, Minim Nuns

                born: 28 October 1862 in Centelles, Barcelona (Spain)

Mercè Mestre TrinchéDolors Vilaseca Gallego        3.    DOLORS VILASECA GALLEGO (MARIA DE L’ASSUMPCIÒ)

                professed religious, Minim Nuns

                born: 19 June 1871 in Piera, Barcelona (Spain)

        4.    MERCÈ MESTRE TRINCHÉ (MARIA MERCÈ)

                professed religious, Minim Nuns

                born: 18 June 1889 in Barcelona (Spain)

        5.    VICENTA JORDÁ MARTÍ (MARÍA DE JESÚS)

Josefa Panyella DoménechVicenta Jordá Martí                professed religious, Minim Nuns

                born: 06 March 1889 in Zorita, Castellón (Spain)

        6.    JOSEPA PANYELLA DOMÉNECH

                        (JOSEPA OF THE HEART OF MARY)

                professed religious, Minim Nuns

                born: 07 January 1865 in Sant Andreu de la Barca, Barcelona (Spain)

        7.    TERESA RÍUS CASAS (TRINITAT)

Maria Montserrat Ors MolistTeresa Ríus Casas                professed religious, Minim Nuns

                born: 17 November 1875 in Sant Martí de Provençals,

                        Barcelona (Spain)

        8.    MARIA MONTSERRAT ORS MOLIST (ENRIQUETA)

                professed religious, Minim Nuns

                born: 10 November 1890 in Centelles, Barcelona (Spain)

        9.    ANA BALLESTA GELMÁ

                        (FILOMENA OF SAINT FRANCIS DE PAOLA)

Lucrecia García SolanasAna Ballesta Gelmá                professed religious, Minim Nuns

                born: 28 September 1895 in Barcelona (Spain)

        10.  LUCRECIA GARCÍA SOLANAS

                layperson of the archdiocese of Barcelona

                born: 15 August 1866 in Aniñón, Zaragoza (Spain)

                died: 23 July 1936 at the Sant Genís dels Agudells highway,

                        Horta, Barcelona (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Barcelona

                CCS protocol number: 2126

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 04 October 1996

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 14 April 1997

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 26 November 1997

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 05 June 1998

                submission of Positio to CCS: 1999

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 16 April 2010

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 11 December 2012

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 20 December 2012

                beatification: 13 October 2013

               

                postulator: Rev. Ottavio Laino, om

                petitioner: Monges Mínimes, Carrer Sant Genís ‒ Horta, 16, 08035 Barcelona, SPAIN

                webpage: www.minimas.org

                  

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