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MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION

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

(LVI)

 

 

[194]      VICENTE NICASIO RENUNCIO TORIBIO AND 11 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE REDEMPTORISTS OF MADRID  

  

Bernardo Sáiz GutiérrezÁngel Martínez MiquélezCrescencio Ortiz Blanco    1.        CRESCENCIO ORTIZ BLANCO

                professed priest, Redemptorists

                born: 10 March 1881 in Pamplona, Navarra (Spain)

    2.        ÁNGEL MARTÍNEZ MIQUÉLEZ

                professed priest, Redemptorists

                born: 02 March 1907 in Funes, Navarra (Spain)

    3.        BERNARDO SÁIZ GUTIÉRREZ (GABRIEL)

                professed religious, Redemptorists

                born: 23 July 1896 in Melgosa, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 20 July 1936 in Casa de Campo, Madrid (Spain)

    

Gregorio Zugasti Fernández de EsquideNicesio Pérez del Palomar Quincoces    4.        NICESIO PÉREZ DEL PALOMAR QUINCOCES

                professed religious, Redemptorists

                born: 02 April 1859 in Tuesta, Álava (Spain)

    5.        GREGORIO ZUGASTI FERNÁNDEZ DE ESQUIDE

                professed religious, Redemptorists

                born: 1884 in Murillo de Yerri, Navarra (Spain)

                died: 16 August 1936 at the Castellón highway, Madrid (Spain)

   

Aniceto Lizasoain Lizaso    6.        ANICETO LIZASOAIN LIZASO

                professed religious, Redemptorists

                born: 16 April 1877 in Irañeta, Navarra (Spain)

José María Urruchi Ortiz                died: 17 August 1936 in Chamartín de la Rosa, Madrid (Spain)

  

    7.        JOSÉ MARÍA URRUCHI ORTIZ

                professed priest, Redemptorists

                born: 11 February 1909 in Ayuelas, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 22 August 1936 at the Andalucia highway, Madrid (Spain)

    

José Joaquín Erviti Insausti    8.        JOSÉ JOAQUÍN ERVITI INSAUSTI (PASCUAL)

                professed religious, Redemptorists

                born: 11 November 1902 in Echalecu, Navarra (Spain)

Antonio Girón González                died: 22 August 1936 in Pradera de San Isidro, Madrid (Spain)

   

    9.        ANTONIO GIRÓN GONZÁLEZ

                professed priest, Redemptorists

                born: 11 December 1871 in Campo, León (Spain)

                died: 30 August 1936 in Madrid (Spain)

     

Donato Jiménez Bibiano    10.      DONATO JIMÉNEZ BIBIANO

                professed priest, Redemptorists

                born: 21 March 1873 in Alaejos, Valladolid (Spain)

Rafael Perea Pinedo                died: 18 September 1936 in Fuencarral, Madrid (Spain)

 

    11.      RAFAEL PEREA PINEDO (MÁXIMO)

                professed religious, Redemptorists

                born: 24 August 1903 in Murita, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 02 November 1936 in El Pardo, Madrid (Spain)

     

Vicente Nicasio Renuncio Toribio    12.      VICENTE NICASIO RENUNCIO TORIBIO

                professed priest, Redemptorists

                born: 11 September 1876 in Villayuda, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 07 November 1936 in Paracuellos de Jarama, Madrid (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Madrid

                CCS protocol number: 2724

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 22 June 2006

                opening of the diocesan inquiry: 19 September 2006

                closing of the diocesan inquiry: 27 November 2007

                decree on validity of the diocesan inquiry: 24 March 2010

                submission of Positio to CCS:

                particular meeting of theological consultors:

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:  

               

                postulator: Rev. Antonio Marrazzo, cssr

                petitioner: Misioneros Redentoristas, C/ Manuel Silvela, 14, 28010 Madrid, SPAIN

                website: www.redentoristas.org

               

               

[195]      TEODORO ILLERA DEL OLMO AND 15 COMPANIONS

                FROM THE RELIGIOUS AND LAY FAITHFUL

                OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF BARCELONA

     

Joaquín Gómez PeñaTeodoro Illera del Olmo

   

    1.        CIRILO ILLERA DEL OLMO (TEODORO)

                professed priest, Congregation of Saint Peter “ad Vincula” (n.o.)

                born: 29 March 1883 in Las Quintanillas, Burgos (Spain)

    2.        JACINTO GÓMEZ PEÑA (JOAQUÍN)

                professed religious, Congregation of Saint Peter “ad Vincula” (n.o.)

                born: 26 July 1895 in Alfoz de Bricia, Campino, Burgos (Spain)

Jacinto Puente GonzálezMáximo Franco Ruiz    3.        JOSÉ FRANCO RUIZ (MÁXIMO)

                professed religious, Congregation of Saint Peter “ad Vincula” (n.o.)

                born: 24 March 1906 in Sotragero, Burgos (Spain)

    4.        JOAQUÍN PUENTE GONZÁLEZ (JACINTO)

                professed religious, Congregation of Saint Peter “ad Vincula” (n.o.)

                born: 25 December 1915 in San Andrés de Montearados, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 27 July 1936 in Pallejà, Barcelona (Spain)

               

    5.         EMILIO PUENTE GONZÁLEZ (BERNARDO)

                professed cleric, Congregation of Saint Peter “ad Vincula” (n.o.)

                born: 05 March 1911 in San Andrés de Montearados, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 27 July 1936 in Montjuic, Barcelona (Spain)

Patrocini Vilanova Alsina               

     6.       MARIA MAGDALENA VILANOVA ALSINA (PATROCINI)

                professed religious, Capuchin Sisters

                        of the Mother of the Divine Shepherd (n.o.)

                born: 13 April 1877 in Sant Feliu de Codines, Barcelona (Spain)

                died: 31 July 1936 in Barcelona (Spain)

                   

Auxili Noguera ManubensAndrea Solans Ballester    7.        RAMONA SOLANS BALLESTER (ANDREA)

                professed religious, Capuchin Sisters

                        of the Mother of the Divine Shepherd (n.o.)

                born: 03 April 1875 in Lleida (Spain)

    8.        MARGARITA JOSEFA NOGUERA MANUBENS (AUXILI)

                professed religious, Capuchin Sisters

                        of the Mother of the Divine Shepherd (n.o.)

                born: 03 July 1870 in Manresa, Barcelona (Spain)

                died: 01 August 1936 in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona (Spain)

                  

Estanislao Tajadura Marcos    9.        ISMAEL TAJADURA MARCOS (ESTANISLAO KOSTKA)

                professed religious, Congregation of Saint Peter “ad Vincula” (n.o.)

                born: 17 June 1902 in Las Quintanillas, Burgos (Spain)

Carlota Duque Belloso                died: 18 September 1936 in Alcañiz, Teruel (Spain)

 

   10.       BAUDELIA DUQUE BELLOSO (CARLOTA OF THE VISITATION)

                professed religious, Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Hearts (n.o.)

                born: 22 May 1872 in Nava del Rey, Valladolid (Spain)

                died: 12 November 1936 in Casa Antúnez, Barcelona (Spain)

      

Albino Guerra VillazanÁngel de la Iglesia Ociña    11.      ÁNGEL DE LA IGLESIA OCIÑA

                professed religious, Congregation of Saint Peter “ad Vincula” (n.o.)

               born: 01 October 1913 in Nidáguila, Burgos (Spain)

    12      RICARDO GUERRA VILLAZAN (ALBINO)

                professed religious, Congregation of Saint Peter “ad Vincula” (n.o.)

                born: 14 September 1913 in Arenillas de Riupisuerga, Burgos (Spain)

    13.      ACACIO CALLEJA SANTAMARÍA (ACACIO MARÍA)

Gregorio Díez BlancoAcacio María Calleja Santamaría                professed religious, Congregation of Saint Peter “ad Vincula” (n.o.)

                born: 07 May 1915 in Yudego, Burgos (Spain)

    14.      GREGORIO DÍEZ BLANCO *

                layperson of the diocese of Barcelona; married

                born: 24 December 1899 in Nidáguila, Burgos (Spain)

    15.      CAMILA DÍEZ BLANCO *

                layperson of the diocese of Barcelona

Eliseo Maravillo GarcíaCamila Díez Blanco                born: 14 September 1889 in Nidáguila, Burgos (Spain)

    16.      ELISEO MORADILLO GARCÍA *

                layperson of the diocese of Barcelona

                born: 10 September 1906 in Celada del Camino, Burgos (Spain)

                died: 15 February 1937 in Barcelona (Spain)

               

                competent forum: Barcelona

                CCS protocol number: 2648

                type of cause: martyrdom

               

                nihil obstat: 08 March 2006; 26 October 2006 (*)

                opening of diocesan inquiry: 25 January 2007

                closing of diocesan inquiry: 26 November 2010

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 27 June 2012

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2016

                particular meeting of theological consultors:

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 18 December 2017

                beatification: 10 November 2018

               

                postulator: Rev. Benjamín García Paíno, sp ad v

                petitioner: Congregació de San Pere ad Vincula, Vilana 12, 08022 Barcelona, SPAIN

                                     Caputxines de la Mare del Diví Pastor, Bailèn 40, 08010 Barcelona, SPAIN

                                     Germanes Franciscanes dels Sagrats Cors, Montcada 18, 08003 Barcelona, SPAIN

                website:

               

               

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