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~ 1858 ~

   

1) 12 March in Venice (Italy)

           

        ANTONIO ANGELO 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: 16 January 1772 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 informative process on miracle for beatification: 01 October 2003

            closing of informative process on miracle for beatification: 23 June 2004

            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:  [see 1853: Marcantonio Cavanis]

        website: www.cavanis.org

       

       

2) 21 March in Ronco Scrivia, Genoa (Italy)

       

        BENEDETTA CAMBIAGIO FRASSINELLO

        founder, Benedictine Sisters of Providence (n.o.)

        born: 02 October 1791 in Langasco, Genoa (Italy)

       

        competent forum: Genoa

        CCS protocol number: 159

        type of cause: heroic virtues

        

        opening of informative process: 1927

        closing of informative process: 1932

        decree on writings: 20 November 1940

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1979

        session of historical consultants: 29 April 1980

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 23 April 1985

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 04 June 1985

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 06 July 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: 17 January 1986

            meeting of the Medical Board: 10 July 1986

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 07 November 1986

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 23 December 1986

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 03 January 1987

        beatification: 10 May 1987

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 24 September 1999

            meeting of the Medical Board: 20 December 2000

            particular meeting of theological consultors:

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

            promulgation of decree on miracle:

        canonization: 19 May 2002

               

        information: Suore Benedettine della Provvidenza, Via S. Giuliano, 10, 16145 Genova, ITALY
        website: www.benedettineprovvidenza.it

   

   

3) 05 April in Paris (France)

    

        MARIE-MADELEINE DE BENGY DE BONNAULT D’HOUËT

        widow; founder, Faithful Companions of Jesus

        born: 21 September 1781 in Chateauroux, Hautes-Alpes (France)

       

        competent forum: Paris

        CCS protocol number: 281

        type of cause: heroic virtues

        

        opening of informative process: 1874

        closing of informative process: 1893

        decree on writings: 22 April 1903

        introduction of cause: 13 December 1916

        decree “non cultu”:

        opening of apostolic process:

        closing of apostolic process:

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 16 July 1938

        antepreparatory congregation: 20 July 1954

        commission of CCS officials and consultants:

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

        papal confirmation of plenary session sentence:

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 19 November 1970

       

        postulator:

        petitioner: Faithful Companions of Jesus, North Foreland, Broadstairs, Kent CT10 3NR, ENGLAND

                             Fidèles Compagnes de Jésus, 63 Rue de la Santé, 75013 Paris, FRANCE

        website: www.fcjsisters.org

       

       

4) 28 April in Norwood, London, England (United Kingdom)

   

        Henriette Le Forestier d’Osseville (Mère Saint Mary)

        founder, Congregation of Our Lady of Fidelity

        born: 19 April 1803 in Rouen, Seine-Maritime (France)

       

        competent forum: Bayeux-Lisieux

        CCS protocol number: 2736

        type of cause: heroic virtues

                

        transfer of competent forum: 29 July 2006 (from Southwark)

        nihil obstat: 21 November 2006

        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: Congrégation Notre-Dame de Fidélité, 40 rue Bout Varin, 

                                  B.P. 30, 14440 Douvres-La Délivrande, FRANCE

        website:

   

       

5) 22 July in Harold’s Cross, Dublin (Ireland)

   

        MARY AIKENHEAD

        founder, Religious Sisters of Charity of Ireland

        born: 19 January 1787 in Cork (Ireland)

       

        competent forum: Dublin

        CCS protocol number: 115

        type of cause: heroic virtues

        

        opening of informative process: 1911

        closing of informative process: 1912

        decree on writings: 08 May 1918

        introduction of cause: 20 March 1921   

        decree “non cultu”:

        opening of apostolic process: 1921

        closing of apostolic process: 1923

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 04 May 1931

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1995

        session of historical consultants: 30 May 1995

        particular meeting of theological consultors:

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

       

        postulator:

        petitioner: Religious Sisters of Charity, 15 Gilford Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4, IRELAND

        website: www.rsccaritas.ie;

                         www.religioussistersofcharity.ie 

       

       

6) 30 October in Tournai, Hainaut (Belgium)

   

        JOSEPH-AMAND PASSERAT

        professed priest, Redemptorists

        born: 30 April 1772 in Joinville, Val-de-Marne (France)

       

        competent forum: Tournai/Vienna

        CCS protocol number: 420

        type of cause: heroic virtues

        

        opening of informative process: 1892

        closing of informative process: 1892

        decree on writings: 09 August 1896

        introduction of cause: 13 May 1901

        decree “non cultu”: 06 May 1902

        opening of apostolic process:

        closing of apostolic process:

        decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 09 July 1913

        commission of CCS officials and consultants: 15 May 1979

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 04 December 1979

        papal confirmation of plenary session sentence: 13 May 1980

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 29 April 1980

       

        postulator: Rev. Antonio Marrazzo, cssr

        petitioner: Pères Rédemptoristes, Quai Notre-Dame 6, B-7500 Tournai, BELGIUM

        website:

   

   

7) 14 December in Kfifan, Batrūn, Ash Shamāl (Lebanon) 

   

        YŪSUF JŪRJ KASSAB AL-HARDINĪ (NI‘MATULLAH)

                    [(يوسف جورج  كسّاب الحرديني (نعمة الله]

        professed priest, Lebanese Maronite Order

        born: 1808 in Hardine, Batrūn, Ash Shamāl (Lebanon)

       

        competent forum: Antioch of the Maronites

        CCS protocol number: 782

        type of cause: heroic virtues

        

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings: 12 March 1930

        introduction of cause: 13 June 1966

        decree “non cultu”: 1967

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1982

        session of historical consultants: 19 May 1982

        opening of apostolic process:

        closing of apostolic process:

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 20 December 1988

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 06 June 1989

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 07 September 1989

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 27 September 1996

            meeting of the Medical Board: 27 February 1997

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 09 May 1997

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 01 July 1997

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 07 July 1997

        beatification: 10 May 1998

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle:

            meeting of the Medical Board:

            particular meeting of theological consultors:

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS:

            promulgation of decree on miracle:

        canonization: 16 May 2004

       

        information: Couvent St. Cyprien et Justine, Kfifan, Batroun, Liban Nord, LEBANON

                                 [1938: Yūsuf Nehmé (Esţfān)]

        website:

Note: In several Arabic circles, the first baptismal name is variably Romanized as “Yousef,” “Yusef,” “Yosuf,” etc.; the second baptismal name as “Djurdj,” “Girgis,” etc.; the religious name as “Nimatullah,” Nematullah,” etc.

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