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1) 03 March in Bamberg (Germany)

             

MARIA ANNA SCHONATH

(MARIA COLUMBA)

professed religious, Dominican Nuns

born: 11 December 1730 in Burgellern, Bamberg (Germany)

          

competent forum: Bamberg

CCS protocol number: 2362

type of cause: heroic virtues

                  

opening of diocesan inquiry: 15 May 1999

nihil obstat: 26 July 2000

closing of diocesan inquiry:

decree on validity of diocesan inquiry:

submission of Positio to CCS:

session of historical consultants:

particular meeting of theological consultors:

session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

             

postulator:

petitioner: Heilig-Grab-Kloster, Heiliggrabstraße 24, 96052 Bamberg, GERMANY

website: www.dominikanerinnen-bamberg.de

            

               

2) 31 May in Nicosia, Enna (Italy)

                 

FILIPPO GIACOMO AMOROSO

(FELICE FROM NICOSIA)       

professed religious, Capuchin Franciscans

born: 05 November 1715 in Nicosia, Enna (Italy)

      

competent forum: Nicosia

CCS protocol number: 890

type of cause: heroic virtues

             

opening of informative process:

closing of informative process:

decree on writings:

introduction of cause: 17 November 1837

decree of « non cultu »:

opening of apostolic process:

closing of apostolic process:

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

antepreparatory congregation:

preparatory congregation:

general congregation: 

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 04 March 1862

    opening of informative process on first miracle for beatification: 

    closing of informative process on first miracle for beatification: 

    opening of informative process on second miracle for beatification: 

    closing of informative process on second miracle for beatification: 

    decree on validity of informative processes on miracles:

    antepreparatory congregation on miracles:

    preparatory congregation on miracles:

    general congregation on miracles:

    promulgation of decree on miracles:

beatification: 12 February 1888

    opening of apostolic process on miracle for canonization: 1904

    closing of apostolic process on miracle for canonization: 1908

    decree on validity of apostolic process on miracle: 16 September 2002

    meeting of the Medical Board: 08 October 2003

    particular meeting of theological consultors: 06 February 2004

    session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 02 April 2004

    promulgation of decree on miracle: 19 April 2004

rapida, completa, ac duratura sanatione sacerdotis Iosephi Turdo, septuagesimo quarto aetate, die 27 Septembris 1900 ex vico Tusa oriundi in diocesi Pactensi, a "papilloma vescicale (cancro villoso all'epoca 1900) con compromissione generale (anemia, febbbre, infezione urinaria, stato cachettico)

canonization: 23 October 2005

           

information: Frati Minori Cappucini, Via Beato Felice, 43, 94014 Nicosia (EN), ITALY

website:

         

    

3) 16 November in Tarquinia, Viterbo (Italy)

     

FAUSTINA GELTRUDE COSTANTINI

(MARIA CROCIFISSA OF JESUS)

cofounder, Passionist Nuns

born: 18 August 1713 in Tarquinia, Viterbo (Italy)

            

competent forum: Civitavecchia-Tarquinia

CCS protocol number: 397

type of cause: heroic virtues

              

opening of informative process: 1924

closing of informative process: 1931

decree on writings: 12 May 1937

introduction of cause: 15 July 1974

decree « non cultu »:

opening of apostolic process:

closing of apostolic process:

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

commission of CCS officials and consultants: 16 February 1982

session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 16 November 1982

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 17 December 1982

               

postulator: Rev. Cristiano Massimo Parisi, cp

petitioner: Monastero delle Passioniste, Via Garibaldi, 47, 01016 Tarquinia (VT), ITALY

website:

             

             

4) 23 December in Paris (France)

     

LOUISE-MARIE DE FRANCE

(THÉRÈSE OF SAINT AUGUSTINE)

professes religious, Discalced Carmelite Nuns

born: 15 July 1737 in Versailles, Yvelines (France)

 

competent forum: Paris

CCS protocol number: 313

type of cause: heroic virtues

 

opening of informative process:

closing of informative process:

decree on writings:

introduction of cause: 19 June 1873

decree of « non cultu »: 24 December 1891

opening of apostolic process:

closing of apostolic process:

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 28 November 1906

submission of Positio to CCS: 1991

session of historical consultants: 10 December 1991

particular meeting of theological consultors: 22 April 1997

session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 11 November 1997

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 18 December 1997

               

postulator:

petitioner: Amis de Louise de France, 6 rue Jean Ferrandi, 75006 Paris, FRANCE

website:

           

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