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~ Martyrs Killed in Odium Fidei by the Nazis [2] ~

(†1939-45)

 

(2)          FIFTY MARTYRS OF FRANCE OF THE APOSTOLATE

                WITHIN THE SERVICE DU TRAVAIL OBLIGATOIRE

     

                               

1.        JEAN MESTRE

            young layperson from the archdiocese of Paris;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 14 July 1924 in Paris (France)

            died: 05 May 1944 in Watenstedt-Hallendorf, Salzgitter (Germany)

               

    

   

            

2.        BERNARD LEMAIRE

            young layperson of the diocese of Le Havre;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 27 July 1920 in Gonneville-la-Mallet, Seine-Maritime (France)

            died: 11 October 1944 in Buchenwald, Weimar (Germany)

    

   

    

      

3.        MAURICE GRANDET

            young layperson of the diocese of Le Havre;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 03 April 1920 in Le Havre, Seine-Maritime (France)

            died:  12 October 1944 in Buchenwald, Weimar (Germany)

 

                           

    

     

4.        RAYMOND CAYRÉ

            priest of the diocese of Albi

            born: 23 December 1915 in Puylaurens, Tarn (France)               

            died: 22 October 1944 in Buchenwald, Weimar (Germany)

 

                            

 

 

    

5.        ROGER VALLÉE

            seminarian of the diocese of Sées

            born: 13 December 1920 in Mortagne-au-Perche, Orne (France)

            died: 29 October 1944 in Mauthausen, Perg (Austria)

               

     

                                  

   

     

6.        ALFREDO DALL’OGLIO

             young layperson of the diocese of Saint-Denis;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 06 July 1921 in Borgo Valsugana, Trent (Italy)

            died: 31 October 1944 in Wülheide, Berlin (Germany)

               

                                   

 

                           

7.        JOËL ANGLÈS D’AURIAC

            young layperson of the diocese of Fréjus-Toulon;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 25 February 1922 in Toulon, Var (France)

            died: 06 December 1944 in Dresden (Germany)

        

      

 

                            

8.        PASCAL VERGEZ

            priest of the diocese of Tarbes

            born: 17 March 1910 in Aucun, Hautes-Pyrénées (France)

            died: 12 December 1944 in Zöschen, Saalekreis (Germany)

               

           

                            

    

                           

9.        LOUIS DOUMAIN

            priest of the diocese of Viviers

            born: 07 February 1920 in Morinville, Alberta (Canada)

            died: 20 December 1944 in Zöschen, Saalekreis (Germany)

  

                 

      

               

                                   

10.      ANDRÉ PARSY

            young layperson of the diocese of Lille;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 24 December 1922 in Roubaix, Nord (France)

            died: 26 December 1944 in Trebitz, Wittenberg (Germany)

               

                                   

               

                                   

11.      CLAUDE-COLBERT LEBEAU

            young layperson of the diocese of Poitiers;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 23 October 1922 in Paizay-le-Sec, Vienne (France)

            died: 03 January 1945 in Zöschen, Saalekreis (Germany)

               

                                   

               

                                   

12.      ROBERT BEAUVAIS

            young layperson of the diocese of Créteil;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 05 October 1922 in Paris (France)

            died: 10 January 1945 in Neuengamme, Bergedorf (Germany)

               

                                   

               

                                   

13.      VICTOR DILLARD

            professed priest, Jesuits

            born: 24 December 1897 in Blois, Loir-et-Cher (France)

            died: 12 January 1945 in Dachau, Oberbayern (Germany)

               

               

        

        

        

14.      JULES GRAND

            priest of the diocese of Le Puy

            born: 04 November 1905 in Saint-Julien-Chapteuil, Haute-Loire (France)

            died: 16 January 1945 in Langenstein, Perg (Austria)

               

               

        

        

        

15.      GASTON RAOULT

            young layperson of the archdiocese of Rouen;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 09 December 1921 in Le Havre, Seine-Maritime (France)

            died: 16 January 1945 in Bad Salzungen, Wartburgkreis (Germany)

    

      

                

                                       

16.      ROBERT DÉFOSSEZ

            young layperson of the archdiocese of Cambrai; married;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 03 June 1920 in Cambrai, Nord (France)

            died: 17 January 1945 in Buchenwald, Weimar (Germany)

               

                

    

                       

17.      GÉRARD CENDRIER (GÉRARD-MARTIN)

            professed cleric, Franciscan Friars Minor

            born: 16 June 1920 in Paris (France)

            died: 24 January 1945 in Langenstein, Perg (Austria)

               

               

          

    

           

18.      EUGÈNE LEMOINE

            layperson of the diocese of Saint-Brieuc;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 06 January 1920 in Saint-Brieuc, Côtes-du-Nord (France)

            died: 08 February 1945 in Zöschen, Saalekreis (Germany)

               

          

    

           

19.      ANDRÉ VALLÉE

            layperson of the diocese of Sées;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 09 November 1919 in Mortagne-au-Perche, Orne (France)

            died: 15 February 1945 in Litoměřice (a.k.a. Leitmeritz) (Czech Republic)

               

          

    

           

20.      LOUIS DIDION

            layperson of the diocese of Lille;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 02 May 1917 in Dunkerque, Nord (France)

            died: 16 February 1945 in Buchenwald, Weimar (Germany)

               

          

    

           

21.      RENÉ ROUZÉ

            young layperson of the diocese of Saint-Denis;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 11 January 1922 in Bombon-Mormant, Seine-et-Marne (France)

            died: 18 February 1945 in Mittelbau-Dora, Nordhausen (Germany)

               

                                   

      

       

22.      MARCEL TOUQUET

            layperson of the diocese of Créteil; married;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 10 October 1914 in Péret-Bel-Air, Corrèze (France)

            died: 24 February 1945 on a “train of death,” in Bergen-Belsen,

                                   Celle (Germany) (?)

               

                                   

        

23.      PIERRE DE PORCARO

            priest of the diocese of Versailles

            born: 10 August 1904 in Dinan, Côtes-du-Nord (France)

            died: 12 March 1945 in Dachau, Oberbayern (Germany)

               

                                   

   

   

    

24.      ANDRÉ BOUCHER (XAVIER)

            professed cleric, Franciscan Friars Minor

            born: 03 August 1920 in Cheniménil, Vosges (France)

            died: 15 March 1945 in Langenstein, Perg (Austria)

               

                           

  

   

    

25.      JEAN TINTURIER

            seminarian of the diocese of Bourges

            born: 20 February 1921 in Vierzon, Cher (France)

            died: 16 March 1945 in Mauthausen, Perg (Austria)

               

       

       

       

           

26.      JEAN LÉPICIER

            young layperson of the diocese of Angers;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 23 April 1921 in Feneu, Maine-et-Loire (France)

            died: 20 March 1945 in Langenstein, Perg (Austria)

               

        

       

                           

27.      LUCIEN CROCI

            layperson of the diocese of Créteil;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 15 November 1919 in Aubervilliers, Seine-Saint-Denis (France)

            died: 27 March 1945 in Barth, Nordvorpommern (Germany)

               

                           

         

      

28.      ANTOINE CHARMET

            priest of the diocese of Saint-Étienne

            born: 26 December 1906 in Saint-Martin-la-Plaine, Loire (France)

            died: 02 April 1945 in Buchenwald, Weimar (Germany)

               

     

        

       

                               

29.      HENRI MARRANNES

            young layperson of the archdiocese of Paris;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 27 June 1923 in Ferrières-la-Verrerie, Orne (France)

            died: 04 April 1945 in Zwickau, Chemnitz (Germany)

               

         

        

                           

30.      ROBERT SAUMONT

            layperson of the archdiocese of Rouen;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 18 January 1919 in Oissel, Seine-Maritime (France)

            died: 09 April 1945 in Langenstein, Perg (Austria)

               

                           

        

             

31.      PHILIPPE-MAURICE BOUCHARD

            layperson of the diocese of Dijon;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 07 March 1916 in Nantes, Loire-Atlantique (France)

            died: 12 April 1945 on a “train of death,” in Nyřaný (a.k.a. Nürschan),

                                   Plzeň-sever (Czech Republic)

  

    

   

32.      PAUL LE BER (ROGER)

            professed cleric, Franciscan Friars Minor

            born: 01 April 1920 Landivisiau, Finistère (France)

            died: 12 April 1945 in Langenstein, Perg (Austria)

  

    

   

            

                                 

33.      JEAN PERRIOLAT

            young layperson of the diocese of Valence;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 12 June 1920 in Romans, Drôme (France)

            died: 14 April 1945 in Mauthausen, Perg (Austria)

  

    

   

            

34.      CAMILLE MILLET

            young layperson of the diocese of Créteil;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 20 February 1922 in Vertus, Marne (France)

            died: 15 April 1945 in Flossenbürg, Neustadt an der Waldnaab (Germany)

  

    

   

            

35.      RAYMOND LOUVEAUX

            layperson of the diocese of Créteil; married;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 12 April 1913 in Aubervilliers, Paris (France)

            died: 18 April 1945 on a “train of death,” near Zelená Lhota (a.k.a. Grün),

                                   Plzeň-sever (Czech Republic)

  

    

   

            

36.      BERNARD MORIZOT

            young layperson of the archdiocese of Sens

            born: 02 April 1924 in Avallon, Yonne (France)

            died: 20 April 1945 near Jessen, Wittenberg (Germany)

               

  

    

   

            

37.      LOUIS POURTOIS

            layperson of the archdiocese of Besançon;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 24 May 1919 in Besançon, Doubs (France)

            died: 20 April 1945 in Mauthausen, Perg (Austria)

  

    

   

            

38.      RENÉ PONSIN

            young layperson of the diocese of Pontoise; married

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 30 September 1923 in Coeuvres-et-Valsery, Aisne (France)

            died: 22 April 1945 in Falkenstein, Cham (Germany)

  

    

   

            

39.      BERNARD PERRIN

            young layperson of the archdiocese of Lyon;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 20 February 1921 in Lyon, Rhône (France)

            died: 22 April 1945 in Gusen, Perg (Austria)

  

    

   

            

40.      JEAN CHAVET

            young layperson of the diocese of Saint-Étienne;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 10 August 1922 in Saint-Étienne, Loire (France)

            died: 24 April 1945 in Mauthausen, Perg (Austria)

  

    

   

            

41.      HENRI EUZENAT

            young layperson of the archdiocese of Rheims;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 06 September 1920 in Blesme, Marne (France)

            died: 25 April 1945 in Gusen, Perg (Austria)

  

    

   

            

42.      JOSEPH PARAIRE (LOUIS)

            professed cleric, Franciscan Friars Minor

            born: 02 December 1919 in Vincennes, Val-de-Marne (France)

            died: 26 April 1945 on a “train of death,” near Pocking, Passau (Germany)

               

  

    

   

            

43.      JEAN PRÉHU

            layperson of the diocese of Laval;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 27 March 1920 in Laval, Mayenne (France)

            died: 27 April 1945  on a “train of death,” in Passau (Germany)

  

    

   

            

44.      RENÉ BOITIER

            layperson of the archdiocese of Paris; married;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 08 March 1917 in Faremoutiers, Seine-et-Marne (France)

            died: 01 May 1945 in Dachau, Oberbayern (Germany)

  

    

   

            

45.      MAURICE RONDEAU

            priest of the diocese of Meaux

            born: 25 August 1911 in Neuvy, Marne (France)

            died: 03 May 1945 in Cham (Germany)

               

  

    

   

            

46.      MARCEL CARRIER

            young layperson of the diocese of Saint-Denis; married;

            member, Young Christian Workers (Jocists)

            born: 29 April 1922 in Paris (France)

            died: 06 May 1945 in Nové Město, Tachov (a.k.a. Neustadt-sur-Tachau),

                                   (Czech Republic)

  

    

   

47.      JEAN BATIFFOL

            priest of the archdiocese of Paris

            born: 10 April 1907 in Paris (France)

            died: 08 May 1945 in Mauthausen, Perg (Austria)

               

               

          

    

     

48.      JEAN DUTHU

            seminarian of the diocese of Clermont-Ferrand   

            born: 11 August 1921 in Bordeaux, Gironde (France)

            died: 13 May 1945 in Flossenbürg, Neustadt an der Waldnaab (Germany)

               

               

          

    

     

49.      RENÉ GIRAUDET

            priest of the diocese of Luçon

            born: 04 December 1907 in Luçon, Vendée (France)

            died: 12 June 1945 in Paris (France)

               

               

          

    

     

50.      JEAN BERNIER

            young layperson of the diocese of Verdun;

            member, Scouts de France

            born: 24 June 1920 in Haironville, Meuse (France)               

            died: 16 June 1945 in Emmendingen (Germany)

               

          

    

     

competent forum: Paris and others

CCS protocol number: 1797

type of cause: martyrdom

                  

nihil obstat: 17 September 1992

opening of diocesan inquiry:

closing of diocesan inquiry:

decree on validity of diocesan inquiry:

submission of Positio to CCS:

particular meeting of theological consultors:

session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 

                                 

postulator: Mons. Charles Molette

petitioner: Postulation de la Cause de 50 Martyrs du STO, 11, rue Férou, 75006 Paris, FRANCE

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