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~ 1836 ~

   

1) 31 January in Naples (Italy)

   

        MARIA CRISTINA DI SAVOIA

        young layperson of the archdiocese of Naples; married;

                queen of the Two Sicilies

        born: 14 November 1812 in Cagliari (Italy)

           

        competent forum: Naples

        CCS protocol number: 258

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of informative process: 1852

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings:

        introduction of cause: 09 July 1859

        decree “non cultu”:

        opening of apostolic process:

        closing of apostolic process:

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 03 May 1866

        antepreparatory congregation: 16 May 1876

        preparatory congregation: 20 July 1880; 01 April 1882

        general congregation: 01 July 1884

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 06 May 1937

            opening of apostolic process on miracle for beatification: 1872

            closing of apostolic process on miracle for beatification: 1877

            opening of supplementary process on miracle for beatification: 1886

            closing of supplementary process on miracle for beatification: 1888

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 30 November 2007

            meeting of the Medical Board: 29 October 2009

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 26 May 2012

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 09 April 2013

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 02 May 2013

        beatification: 25 January 2014

               

        postulator: Fra Giovangiuseppe Califano, ofm

        petitionerConvegni di Cultura Maria Cristina di Savoia,

                                  Via della Conciliazione, 1,  00193 Roma, ITALY

        website: www.convegnidicultura.it

       

           

2) 10 April in Marseilles, Bouches-du-Rhône (France)

   

        JEAN-JOSEPH ALLEMAND

        priest of the diocese of Marseilles;

                founder, Institute of the Work of the Young (n.o.)

        born: 27 December 1772 in Marseilles, Bouches-du-Rhône (France)

         

        competent forum: Marseilles

        CCS protocol number: 203

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        opening of acts of informative process: 01 July 1935

        nihil obstat:

        decree on validity of informative process:

        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: Institut de l’Œuvre de la Jeunesse, 41 rue St-Savournin,

                                  13005 Marseille cedex 5, FRANCE

        website: www.ojja.com/pages-stsa/Accueil.html

       

   

3) 05 May in Naples (Italy)

   

        NUNZIO SULPRIZIO

        young layperson of the archdiocese of Naples

        born: 13 April 1817 in Pescosansonesco, Pescara (Italy)

        

        competent forum: Naples/Pescara-Penne

        CCS protocol number: 230

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        introduction of cause: 09 July 1859

        decree on writings: 07 September 1871

        decree “non cultu”:

        opening of apostolic process:

        closing of apostolic process:

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 20 September 1877

        antepreparatory congregation:

        preparatory congregation:

        general congregation: 

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 21 July 1891

            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: 01 December 1963

       

        postulator:

        petitioner: Parrocchia S. Domenico Soriano, P.za Dante, 82, 80135 Napoli, ITALY

                             Santuario del Beato Nunzio, Via Riparosa, 61, 65020 Pescosansonesco (PE), ITALY

        website: www.domenicosorianona.it

                       

       

4) 24 June in Gent (Belgium)

   

        PETRUS JOZEF TRIEST

        priest of the diocese of Ghent;

                founder, Brothers of Charity;

                Sisters of Charity of Jesus and Mary;

                and Sisters of the Childhood of Jesus (n.o.)

        born: 31 August 1760 in Brussels (Belgium)

       

        competent forum: Gent

        CCS protocol number: 3086

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of diocesan inquiry: 26 August 2002

        nihil obstat: 07 May 2013

        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: Dr. Waldery Hilgeman

        petitioners: Fratelli della Carità, Via Giambasttista Pagano, 35, 00167 Roma, ITALY

                               Zusters van Liefde van Jezus en Maria, St. Bernardusstraat, 25,

                                     B-1060 Brussel, BELGIUM

                               Zusters Kindsheid Jesu, Nederpolder 1, B-9000 Gent, BELGIUM

        information: Causa Triest, Stropstraat 119, B-9000 Gent, BELGIUM

        website: www.brothersofcharity.org

   

   

5) 04 July in Mauriac, Cantal (France)

       

        CATHERINE JARRIGE

        layperson of the diocese of Saint-Flour;

                member, Lay Dominicans

        born: 04 October 1754 in Doumis, Cantal (France)

       

        competent forum: Saint-Flour

        CCS protocol number: 364

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings: 12 January 1921

        introduction of cause: 12 June 1929

        decree “non cultu”: 19 November 1930

        opening of apostolic process:

        closing of apostolic process:

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 03 February 1937

        antepreparatory congregation: 09 January 1945

        preparatory congregation: 22 June 1948

        general congregation: 04 November 1952

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 16 January 1953

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 03 June 1994

            meeting of the Medical Board: 01 June 1995

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 10 November 1995

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 26 March 1996

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 25 June 1996

        beatification: 24 November 1996

       

        postulator: Rev. Vito Tomás Gómez García, op

        petitioner: Diocèse de Saint-Flour, B.P. 20, 3 rue de la Frauze, 15103 Saint-Flour, FRANCE

                             [Martyrs during the French Revolution: François Filiol]

        website:

       

       

6) 14 September in Bordeaux, Gironde (France)

   

        MARIE-THÉRÈSE-CHARLOTTE DE LAMOUROUS

        layperson of the archdiocese of Bordeaux;

             founder, Sisters of Mary Joseph and the Miséricorde

        born: 01 November 1754 in Barsac, Gironde (France)

       

        competent forum: Bordeaux

        CCS protocol number: 68

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings: 14 January 1920

        introduction of cause: 14 November 1923

        decree “non cultu”: 23 June 1925

        opening of apostolic process: 1925

        closing of apostolic process: 1928

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 18 July 1939

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1978

        session of historical consultants: 09 May 1979

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 24 January 1989

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 17 October 1989

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 21 December 1989

       

        postulator: Rev. Antonio Gascón Aranda, sm

        petitioner: Sœurs de Marie-Joseph et de la Miséricorde,

                                  5 rue de la Psalette, 87210 Le Dorat, FRANCE

        website: www.soeursmariejosephetmisericorde.org

                   

           

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