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~ 1853 ~

   

1) 14 January in Santiago (Chile)

   

        ANDRÉS FILÓMENO GARCÍA ACOSTA

        professed religious, Franciscan Friars Minor

        born: 10 January 1800 in Ampuyenta, Fuerteventura, Islas Canarias (Spain)

       

        competent forum: Santiago (Chile)

        CCS protocol number: 1752

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings:

        introduction of cause: 25 April 1917   

        decree “non cultu”:

        opening of apostolic process: 18 January 1930

        closing of apostolic process:

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 20 October 1995

        submission of Positio to CCS: 2005

        session of historical consultants:

        particular meeting of theological consultors:

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

       

        postulator: Fra Giovangiuseppe Califano, ofm

        petitionerRecoleta Franciscana, Recoleta N° 220, Casilla 53379, Correo Central, Santiago, CHILE

        website:

       

   

2) 11 February in La Morra, Cuneo (Italy)

 

        GIOVANNI BATTISTA RUBINO

        priest of the diocese of Alba;

                founder, Oblate Sisters of Saint Aloysius Gonzaga

        born: 12 February 1776 in La Morra, Cuneo (Italy)

       

        competent forum: Alba

        CCS protocol number: 1107

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings: 08 January 1970

        session of historical consultants: 10 November 1987

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1988

        decree on validity of informative process:

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 12 November 1991

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 03 March 1992

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 13 June 1992

       

        postulator: Sr. Vittoria Rovero, osl

        petitioner: Suore Oblate di San Luigi Gonzaga, Via Senatore Como, 1, 12051 Alba, ITALY

        website:

 

 

3) 25 February in St. Augustine, Florida (USA)

       

        FÉLIX VARELA MORALES

        priest of the archdiocese of San Cristóbal de La Habana

        born: 20 November 1788 in Havana (Cuba)

       

        competent forum: San Cristóbal de La Habana

        CCS protocol number: 2061

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        transfer of competent forum:

        nihil obstat: 12 January 1996

        opening of diocesan inquiry: 21 January 1996

        closing of diocesan inquiry: 15 August 1996

        decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 15 January 1999

        submission of Positio to CCS: 2000

        session of historical consultants: 30 January 2001

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 13 December 2011

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 06 March 2012

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 14 March 2012

           

        postulator: Frt. Rodolfo Cosimo Meoli, fsc

        petitioner: Arzobispado de San Cristóbal de La Habana, Calle Habana, 152,

                                  Aptdo. 594, La Habana 10100, CUBA

        website:

   

   

4) 08 May in Rome (Italy)

   

        JAN PHILIP ROOTHAAN

        professed priest, Jesuits

        born: 23 November 1785 in Amsterdam (Netherlands)

       

        competent forum: Rome

        CCS protocol number: 334

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        opening of informative process: *

        closing of informative process:

        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:

        website:

Note: The vicariate of Rome opened the process “non-cultu”on 10 March 1953. 

5) 12 June in Verona (Italy)

       

        GASPARE BERTONI

        priest of the diocese of Verona;

                founder, Congregation of the Holy Stigmata (Stigmatines)

        born: 09 October 1777 in Verona (Italy)

       

        competent forum: Verona

        CCS protocol number: 462

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings:

        introduction of cause: 02 March 1906

        decree “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: 15 December 1966

            opening of informative process on miracle for beatification: 1946

            closing of informative process on miracle for beatification: 1950

            decree on validity of cognitional process on miracle: 11 November 1967

            meeting of the Medical Board: 27 January 1971

            commission of CCS officials and consultants: 06 May 1975

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 17 June 1975

            papal confirmation of plenary session sentence: 12 July 1975

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 03 October 1975

instantanea, perfecta, constantique clerici religiosi Iosephi Anselmi, ex Cogregationis a SS. Stigmatibus D.N.I.Ch., ab ulcere duodenali iampridem secto ex gastro-entero-anastomasi, implicato quidem ob gravem hematemesim et melenam in subiecto per circiter novem annos aegrotante, die 28 Maii 1937, in nosocomio loci Rio Claro in Brasilia

        beatification: 01 November 1975

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 30 November 1984

            meeting of the Medical Board: 23 March 1988

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 07 July 1988

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 20 November 1988

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 11 February 1989

        canonization: 01 November 1989

       

        information: Congregazione degli Stimmatini, Via Mazzarino, 16, 00184 Roma, ITALY

        website:

   

   

6) 17 June in Resina, Naples (Italy)

   

        GIACOBBE MARIA PRISCOLO

        professed priest, Barnabites

        born: 01 June 1761 in Naples (Italy)

       

        competent forum: Naples

        CCS protocol number: 251

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        opening of informative process: 07 January 1930

        closing of informative process:

        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: Rev. Mauro Domenico Regazzoni, b

        petitioner: [see 1815: Francesco Saverio Bianchi]

        website:

           

       

7) 30 June in New York City, New York (USA)

   

        PIERRE TOUSSAINT

        layperson from the archdiocese of New York; married

        born: prob. 27 June 1766 (or 1780) in Saint-Marc, Artibonite (Haiti)

       

        competent forum: New York

        CCS protocol number: 1647

        type of cause: heroic virtues

         

        nihil obstat: 12 November 1988

        opening of diocesan inquiry: 05 December 1989

        closing of diocesan inquiry: 18 June 1991

        decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 16 November 1991

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1994

        session of historical consultants: 26 April 1994

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 21 June 1996

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 03 December 1996

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 17 December 1996

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 30 April 2004

            meeting of the Medical Board: 27 May 2010

           

        postulator: Fr. Anton Witwer, sj

        petitioner: Pierre Toussaint Guild, 1011 First Ave., Room 1316, New York, NY 10022, USA

        website:

           

       

8) 16 August in Moscow (Russia)

           

        FRIEDRICH JOSEPH HAASS (FËDOR PETROVIČ GAAZ)

                [Фридрих Йозеф Гааз (Фёдор Петрович Гааз)]

        layperson of the archdioceses of Cologne and Moscow

        born: 10 August 1797 in Münstereifel, North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany)

       

        competent forum: Cologne/Moscow

        CCS protocol number: 2215 

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        nihil obstat: 31 March 1998

        opening of diocesan inquiry:

        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: Friedrich Joseph Haass Gesellschaft, Kneipp-Promenade 34, 53902 Bad Münstereifel, GERMANY

        website:

           

           

9) 30 August in Zaragoza (Spain)

 

        MARÍA RAFOLS BRUNA

        founder, Sisters of Charity of Saint Anne

        born: 05 November 1781 in Vilafranca del Penedès, Barcelona (Spain)

       

        competent forum: Zaragoza

        CCS protocol number: 76

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        opening of informative process: 01 July 1926

        closing of informative process: 28 January 1927

        decree on writings:

        introduction of cause: 06 August 1931

        decree “non cultu”:

        opening of apostolic process: 30 May 1932

        closing of apostolic process: 21 May 1934

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1989

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 09 November 1990

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 02 July 1991

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 06 July 1991

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            meeting of the Medical Board: 03 December 1992

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 12 February 1993

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 23 April 1993

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 22 June 1993

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 06 July 1993

        beatification: 16 October 1994

       

        postulator:

        petitioner: Hermanas de la Caridad de Sta. Ana, C/ Madre M. Rafols, 13, 50004 Zaragoza, SPAIN

                             [1829: Juan Bonal Cortada;

                              1929: Pabla Bescós Espiérrez]

        website: www.chcsa.org

 

 

10) 08 September in Marseilles, Bouches-du-Rhône (France)

 

        ANTOINE-FRÉDÉRIC OZANAM

        layperson of the archdioceses of Paris and Marseilles; married;

                founder, Society of Saint Vincent de Paul

        born: 23 April 1813 in Milan (Italy)

       

        competent forum: Paris/Marseilles

        CCS protocol number: 270

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        opening of informative process: 30 November 1924

        closing of informative process: 08 June 1928

        decree on writings: 11 November 1949

        introduction of cause: 12 January 1954

        decree “non cultu”: 14 January 1955

        opening of apostolic process: 30 October 1955

        closing of apostolic process: 06 June 1956

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 05 June 1987

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1991

        session of historical consultants: 03 March 1992

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 18 December 1992

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 04 May 1993

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 06 July 1993

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 11 November 1994

            meeting of the Medical Board: 22 June 1995

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 24 November 1995

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 21 May 1996

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 25 June 1996

        beatification: 22 August 1997

       

        postulator: Fr. Luigi Mezzadri, cm

        petitioner: Société de Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, 5, rue du Pré-aux-Clercs, 75007 Paris, FRANCE

        website:

   

   

11) 07 October in Bordeaux, Gironde (France)

 

        JEANNE CHANAY (Mère Saint Joseph)

        founder, Sisters of Saint Joseph of Bordeaux (n.o.)

                [now part of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Lyon (n.o.)]

        born: 12 January 1795 in Villefranche, Alpes-Maritimes (France)

       

        competent forum: Bordeaux

        CCS protocol number: 66

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings: 27 November 1937

        introduction of cause:

        decree “non cultu”:

        opening of apostolic process:

        closing of apostolic process:

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

        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: Sœurs de Saint-Joseph, 17, rue du Hà, 33000 Bordeaux, FRANCE

        website:

           

   

12) 11 October in Venice (Italy)

   

        MARCANTONIO CAVANIS

        priest of the archdiocese of Venice;

                founder, Congregation of the Schools of Charity, Cavanis Institute

                and Pious Society of the Holy Name of God, Cavanis Sisters (n.o.)

        born: 09 May 1774 in Venice (Italy)

       

        competent forum: Venice

        CCS protocol number: 440

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of informative process: 02 February 1919

        closing of informative process: 16 July 1925

        decree on writings: 17 April 1935

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1979

        session of historical consultants: 27 February 1980

        introduction of cause: 04 December 1980

        opening of apostolic process:

        closing of apostolic process:

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 21 May 1985

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 01 October 1985

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 16 November 1985

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 24 May 2008

            meeting of the Medical Board: 03 July 2008

 

        postulator: Rev. Giovanni De Biasio, csch

        petitioner: Istituto Cavanis, Dorsoduro, 898, 30123 Venezia, ITALY

                             Istituto Cavanis, Via Casilina, 600, 00177 Roma, ITALY

                             [1858: Antonio Angelo Cavanis;

                              1962: Basilio Martinelli]

        website: www.cavanis.org

       

       

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