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~ Martyrs of  the Paris Commune ~

(† 24-27 May 1871)

  

1) GEORGES DARBOY AND 7 COMPANIONS

     FROM THE CLERGY OF THE ARCHDIOCESE OF PARIS

                         

24 May in Paris (France)

                         

1.    GEORGES DARBOY

        archbishop of Paris

        born: 16 October 1813 in Fayl-Billot, Haute-Marne (France)

2.    GASPARD DEGUERRY

        priest of the archdiocese of Paris

        born: 27 December 1796 in Lyon, Rhône (France)

3.    JEAN-MICHEL ALLARD

        priest of the archdiocese of Paris

        born: 12 November 1816 in Andrezé, Maine-et-Loire (France)

                         

         

                                          

        

             

                    

26 May in Paris (France)

                     

4.    JEAN-MARIE-NOËL SABATIER

        priest of the archdiocese of Paris

        born: 22 August 1820 in Chastel-Marlhac, Le Monteil, Cantal (France)

5.    PAUL SEIGNERET

        young layperson of the archdiocese of Paris;

        seminarian

        born: 23 December 1845 in Angers, Maine-et-Loire (France)

                            

27 May in Paris (France) 

                           

6.    AUGUSTE-ALEXIS SURAT

        priest of the archdiocese of Paris

        born: 26 February 1804 in Paris (France)

7.    ÉMILE-VICTOR BÉCOURT

        priest of the archdiocese of Paris

        born: 21 April 1814 in Arras, Nord (France)

8.    JEAN-BAPTISTE HOUILLON

        priest, Paris Foreign Missions Society

        born: 03 December 1825 in Dommartin-lès-Remiremont, Vosges (France)

              

competent forum: Paris

CCS protocol number: 306

type of cause: martyrdom

                            

                         

opening of informative process:

closing of informative process:

decree on writings:

introduction of cause: 10 December 1964

decree of « non cultu »:

opening of apostolic process:

closing of apostolic process:

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

publication of Positio:

session of historical consultors:

particular congress of theological consultors:

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 

                     

postulator:

petitioner:

website:

                         

   

2) PIERRE OLIVAINT AND 4 COMPANIONS

     FROM THE SOCIETY OF JESUS  

   

24 May in Paris (France)

                         

1.    ALEXIS CLERC

        professed priest, Jesuits

        born: 11 December 1819 in Paris (France)

2.    LÉON DUCOUDRAY

        professed priest, Jesuits

        born: 06 May 1827 in Laval, Mayenne (France)

                           

26 May in Paris (France)

                     

3.    PIERRE OLIVAINT

        professed priest, Jesuits

        born: 22 February 1816 in Paris (France)

4.     JEAN CAUBERT

        professed priest, Jesuits

        born: 20 July 1811 in Paris (France)

5.     ANATOLE DE BENGY

        professed priest, Jesuits

        born: 19 September 1824 in Bourges, Cher (France)

      

competent forum: Paris

CCS protocol number: 305

type of cause: martyrdom

                 

opening of informative process:

closing of informative process:

introduction of cause: 17 February 1937

decree of « non cultu »: 27 July 1937

opening of apostolic process:

closing of apostolic process:

decree on writings: 20 November 1940; 04 April 1948

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

antepreparatory congregation:

preparatory congregation: 07 December 1948

publication of Positio:

session of historical consultors:

particular congress of theological consultors:

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 

                     

postulator:

petitioner:

website:

   

   

3) LOUIS-RAPHAËL CAPTIER AND 12 COMPANIONS

     FROM THE DOMINICAN FAMILY

        

25 May in Paris (France)

        

1.     FRANÇOIS-EUGÉNE CAPTIER (LOUIS-RAPHAËL)

        professed priest, Third Order of Saint Dominic

        for the Education of the Youth (now extinct)

        born: 09 October 1829 in Tarare, Rhône (France)

2.    LOUIS-FERDINAND BOURARD (THOMAS)

        professed priest, Dominicans

        born: 07 September 1818 in Paris (France)

3.    EUGÉNE DELHORME (CONSTANT)

        professed priest, Third Order of Saint Dominic

        for the Education of the Youth (now extinct)

        born: 05 December 1831 in Lyon, Rhône (France)

4.    HENRI COTRAULT

        professed priest, Third Order of Saint Dominic

        for the Education of the Youth (now extinct)

        born: 26 December 1840 in Saint-Amand, Cher (France)

5.    GABRIEL CHATAGNERET (PIE-MARIE)

        professed cleric, Third Order of Saint Dominic

        for the Education of the Youth (now extinct)

        born: 23 December 1841 in Firminy, Loire (France)

6.    LOUIS-EUGÉNE-ANTOINE GAUQUELIN

        layperson of the archdiocese of Paris; married

        born: 24 March 1839  in Cherbourg, Manche (France)

7.    FRANÇOIS-HERMAND VOLANT

        layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

        born: 09 May 1828 in Saint-Claude, Jura (France)

8.    AIMÉ GROS

        layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

        born: 09 September 1835  in Charols, Drôme (France)

9.    ANTOINE-Gézelin MARCE

        layperson of the archdiocese of Paris; married

        born: 06 August 1831 in Omblèze, Drôme (France)

10.  THÉODORE CATHALA

        layperson of the archdiocese of Paris; married

        born: 1830 in Rouvenac, Aude (France)

11.  FRANÇOIS-Sébastien-Siméon DINTROZ

        layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

        born: 01 June 1838 in Auxange, Jura (France)

12.  MARIE-JOSEPH CHEMINAL

        layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

         born: 08 December 1815 in Ville-en-Sallaz, Haute-Savoie (France)

13.  GERMAIN-JOSEPH PETIT

        young layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

        born: 02 January 1849 in Saint-Vincent, Isére (France)

      

competent forum: Paris

CCS protocol number: 293

type of cause: martyrdom

      

                             

                             

                     

                     

                     

           

          

opening of informative process: 12 November 1896

    opening of rogatory process (Lyon): 23 March 1897

    opening of rogatory process (Bordeaux): 22 April 1897

    closing of rogatory process (Bordeaux): 23 May 1898

    closing of rogatory process (Lyon): 28 November 1898

closing of informative process: 24 April 1902

decree on writings: 22 March 1911; 28 February 1940

introduction of cause: 18 November 1936 

decree of « non cultu »:

opening of apostolic process: 31 May 1939

closing of apostolic process: 20 December 1939

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 26 February 1943

antepreparatory congregation: 24 November 1953

publication of Positio:

session of historical consultors:

particular congress of theological consultors:

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 

 

postulator:

petitioner:

website:

   

   

4) MATHIEU-HENRI PLANCHAT, LADISLAS RADIGUE

     AND 3 COMPANIONS FROM THE CONGREGATION

     OF THE SACRED HEARTS OF JESUS AND MARY (PICPUS)

            

26 May in Paris (France)            

                     

1.    MATHIEU-HENRI PLANCHAT

        professed priest, Religious of Saint Vincent de Paul

        born: 08 November 1823 in La-Roche-sur-Yon, Vendée (France)

2.    ARMAND RADIGUE (LADISLAS) *

        professed priest, Congregation of the Sacred Hearts

             of Jesus and Mary (Picpus)

        born: 08 May 1823 in Saint-Patrice-du-Désert, Orne (France)

3.    JULES TUFFIER (POLYCARPE) *

        professed priest, Congregation of the Sacred Hearts        

             of Jesus and Mary (Picpus)

        born: 16 March 1807 in Malzieu, Lozère (France)

4.    JEAN-MARIE ROUCHOUZE (MARCELLIN) *

        professed priest, Congregation of the Sacred Hearts

             of Jesus and Mary (Picpus)

        born: 14 December 1810 in Saint-Julien-en-Jarez, Loire (France)

5.    JEAN-PIERRE-EUGÈNE TARDIEU (FRÉZAL) *

        professed priest, Congregation of the Sacred Hearts

             of Jesus and Mary (Picpus)

        born: 18 November 1814 in Chasseradès, Lozère (France)

                     

competent forum: Paris

CCS protocol number: 489 [* formerly 641]

type of cause: martyrdom

             

opening of informative process: 08 March 1897

closing of informative process: 08 August 1900

decree on writings: 12 January 1950

introduction of cause: 10 December 1964 

decree on resumption of cause: 01 March 2013

opening of supplementary inquiry: 29 October 2015

closing of supplementary inquiry: 04 May 2016

session of historical consultors: 27 October 2020

publication of Positio: 2020

particular congress of theological consultors: 11 May 2021

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 19 October 2021

promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 25 November 2021

beatification: 22 April 2023

                              

postulator: Rev. Yvon Sabourin, rsv

petitioner: [1874: Jean-Léon Le Prevost;

                       1837: Pierre-Marie-Joseph Coudrin]

website: www.r-s-v.org

   

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