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~ 1871 ~

   

1) 03 January in Koonammavu, Ernakulam (India)

   

        KURIAKOSE ELIAS CHAVARA (KURIAKOSE OF THE HOLY FAMILY)

        cofounder and professed priest, Carmelites of Mary Immaculate;

                founder, Congregation of the Mother of Carmel

        born: 08 February 1805 in Kainakary, Allappuzha (India)

       

        competent forum: Changanacherry/Verapoly

        CCS protocol number: 1174

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of informative process: 03 January 1958

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings: 12 October 1973

        session of historical consultants: 22 February 1978

        introduction of cause: 15 March 1980

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 22 November 1983

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 27 March 1984

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 07 April 1984

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 28 February 1983

            meeting of the Medical Board: 08 November 1984

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 22 February 1985

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 07 May 1985

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 09 May 1985

        beatification: 08 February 1986

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for canonization: 16 August 2011

            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: 03 April 2014

        canonization:

       

        postulator: Rev. Cherian Thunduparambil, cmi  

        petitioner: Carmelites of Mary Immaculate, P.B. No. 3105, Chavara Hills, Kakkanad P.O.,

                                  Kochi ― 682 030, INDIA

        website: www.cmi.in

   

   

2) 20 January in Berlin (Germany)

       

        HERMANN COHEN (AUGUSTIN-MARIE OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT)

        professed priest, Discalced Carmelites

        born: 10 November 1820 in Hamburg (Germany)

       

        competent forum: Bordeaux

        CCS protocol number: 1817

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

 

        transfer of competent forum: 19 September 1991 (from Berlin)

        nihil obstat:

        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: Province d’Avignon-Aquitaine des Carmes Déchaux, 10-bis, rue Moquin-Tandon,

                                  34090 Montpellier, FRANCE

                             Monastère des Frères Carmes du Broussey, 33410 Rions, FRANCE

        website: www.perehermann.org

       

       

3) 01 February in Assisi, Perugia (Italy)

   

        MARIA CONCETTA SARACENI (MARIA CHERUBINA CHIARA OF SAINT FRANCIS)

        professed religious, Poor Clares

        born: 08 December 1823 in Rome (Italy)

       

        competent forum: Assisi-Nocera Umbra-Gualdo Tadino

        CCS protocol number:

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        nihil obstat: *

       

        postulator:

        petitioner: Protomonastero di S. Chiara, P.za S. Chiara, 1, 06081 Assisi (PG), ITALY

        website:

Note: The transumptum of the diocesan process is stored in the archives of the CCS.

4) 07 February in Paris (France)

      

        EUGÉNIE SMET (MARIE OF PROVIDENCE)

        founder, Society of Helpers

        born: 25 March 1825 in Lille, Pas-de-Calais (France)

       

        competent forum: Paris

        CCS protocol number: 271

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings:

        introduction of cause: 05 May 1936

        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: 22 February 1955

            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: 26 May 1957

       

        postulator:

        petitioner: Auxiliatrices des Ames du Purgatoire, 16 rue St. Jean-Baptiste de la Salle, 75006 Paris, FRANCE

        website: auxifrance.cef.fr

           

   

5) 20 February in Blon, Calvados (France)

   

        LÉONTINE LE BÈGUE DE GERMINY veuve de SAINT-LÉONARD

                (MÈRE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY)

        widow; founder, Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary of Blon (n.o.)

        born: 10 August 1803 in Bayeux, Calvados (France)

       

        competent forum: Bayeux-Lisieux

        CCS protocol number: 2576

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        nihil obstat: 09 January 2004

        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: Sœurs du Cœur Immaculé de Marie, 3 rue Alfred de Musset, B.P. 7023, 14000 Caen cedex, FRANCE

                             Sœurs du Cœur Immaculé de Marie, 1 rue de Blon, B.P. 160, 14503 Vire cedex, FRANCE

        website:

Note: The religious name in French is “Mère du Saint Coeur de Marie”.

6) 27 February in Barcelona (Spain)

   

        JOSEP TOUS SOLER (JOSEP FROM IGUALADA)

        professed priest, Franciscan Capuchins;

                founder, Capuchin Sisters of the Mother of the Divine Shepherd (n.o.)

        born: 31 March 1811 in Igualada, Barcelona (Spain)

       

        competent forum: Barcelona

        CCS protocol number: 1848

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        nihil obstat: 18 February 1992

        opening of diocesan inquiry: 10 June 1992

        closing of diocesan inquiry: 16 July 1993

        decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 20 January 1995

        submission of Positio to CCS: 2000

        session of historical consultants: 04 June 2002

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 07 March 2008

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 18 November 2008

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 22 December 2008

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 21 June 2006

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 03 November 2006

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 27 April 2007

            meeting of the Medical Board: 26 March 2009

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 16 June 2009

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 27 October 2009

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 19 December 2009

        beatification: 25 April 2010

       

        postulator: Fra Carlo Calloni, ofmcap

        petitioner: Caputxines de la Mare del Diví Pastor, Bailèn 40, 08010 Barcelona, SPAIN

        website: www.mdpastor.info;

                         www.beatificacionjosetous.com 

       

       

7) 09 April in Québec (Canada)

   

        MARCELLE MALLET

        founder, Sisters of Charity of Québec

        born: 26 March 1805 in Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal (Canada)

       

        competent forum: Québec

        CCS protocol number: 1541

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        nihil obstat: 18 November 1986

        opening of diocesan inquiry: 1992

        closing of diocesan inquiry: 1993

        decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 26 November 1993

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1996

        session of historical consultants: 11 April 2000

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 01 June 2013

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 21 January 2014

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 27 January 2014

          

        postulator: Rev. Roger Laberge, rsv 

        petitioner: Sœurs de la Charité de Québec, 2655 rue Guillaume-Le Pelletier, Québec (Qc) G1C 3X7, CANADA

        website: www.centremarcellemallet.com

   

   

8) 24 May in Pedara, Catania (Italy)

   

        GIUSEPPINA FARO

        young layperson of the archdiocese of Catania

        born: 06 January 1847 in Pedara, Catania (Italy)

       

        competent forum: Catania

        CCS protocol number: 1595

        type of cause: heroic virtues

 

        nihil obstat: 08 February 1988

        opening of diocesan inquiry: 24 May 1988

        closing of diocesan inquiry: 24 May 1996

        decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 06 February 1998

        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. Vito Tomás Gómez García, op

        petitioner: Comitato “Pro Serva di Dio” Giuseppina Faro, Via S. Caterina, 2, 95030 Pedara (CT), ITALY

        website: www.giuseppinafaro.it

       

                  

9) GEORGES DARBOY AND 30 COMPANIONS KILLED DURING THE PARIS COMMUNE

   

     24 May in Paris (France) in odium fidei, uti fertur

   

Gaspard Deguerry    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 September 1796 in Lyon, Rhône (France)        

    3.    JEAN-MICHEL ALLARD

            priest of the diocese of Angers

Alexis ClercLéon DucourdayJean-Michel Allard            born: 23 December 1845 in Andrezé, Maine-et-Loire (France)

    4.    LÉON DUCOURDAY **

            professed priest, Jesuits

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

    5.    ALEXIS CLERC **

            professed priest, Jesuits

            born: 11 December 1819 in Paris (France)

   

   

    25 May in Arcueil, Paris in odium fidei, uti fertur

      

Constant DelhormeThomas BourardLouis-Raphaël Captier    6.    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)

    7.    LOUIS-FERDINAND BOURARD (THOMAS) *

            professed priest, Third Order of Saint Dominic

                for the Education of the Youth (now extinct)

            born: 1818 in Paris (France)

Pie-Marie ChatagneretHenri Cotrault    8.    EUGÉNE DELHORME (CONSTANT) *

            professed priest, Third Order of Saint Dominic

                for the Education of the Youth (now extinct)

            born: 1832 in Lyon, Rhône (France)

    9.    HENRI COTRAULT *

            professed priest, Third Order of Saint Dominic

                for the Education of the Youth (now extinct)

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

    10.  GABRIEL CHATAGNERET (PIE-MARIE) *

            professed priest, Third Order of Saint Dominic

                for the Education of the Youth (now extinct)

            born: 1843 in Firminy, Loire (France)

    11.  LOUIS-EUGÉNE-ANTOINE GAUQUELIN *

            layperson of the archdiocese of Paris; married

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

    12.  FRANÇOIS-HERMAND VOLANT *

            layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

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

    13.  AIMÉ GROS *

            layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

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

    14.  ANTOINE-Gézelin MARCE *

            layperson of the archdiocese of Paris; married

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

    15.  THÉODORE CATHALA *

            layperson of the archdiocese of Paris; married

            born: 1830 in Rouvenac, Aude (France)

    16.  FRANÇOIS-Sébastien-Siméon  DINTROZ *

            layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

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

    17.  MARIE-JOSEPH CHEMINAL *

            layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

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

    18.  GERMAIN-JOSEPH PETIT *

            young layperson of the archdiocese of Paris

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

       

       

Jean CaubertPierre Olivaint    26 May in Paris (France) in odium fidei, uti fertur

       

    19.  PIERRE OLIVAINT **

            professed priest, Jesuits

            born: 22 February 1816 in Paris (France)

    20.  JEAN CAUBERT **

            professed priest, Jesuits

            born: 20 July 1811 in Paris (France)

Jean-Marie-Noël SabatierAnatole de Bengy    21.  ANATOLE DE BENGY **

            professed priest, Jesuits

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

    22.  JEAN-MARIE-NOËL SABATIER

            priest of the diocese of Saint-Flour

            born: August 1820 in Varagnes, Ardèche (France)

    23.  MATHIEU-HENRI PLANCHAT ***

            professed priest, Religious of Saint Vincent de Paul

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

    24.  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)

    25.  JULES TUFFIER (POLYCARPE) ****

            professed priest, Congregation of the Sacred Hearts

                 of Jesus and Mary (Picpus)

Frézal TardieuMarcellin RouchouzePolycarpe Tuffier            born: 16 March 1807 in Malzieu, Lozère (France)

    26.  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)

    27.  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)

           

           

    27 May in Paris (France) in odium fidei, uti fertur

     

    28.  AUGUSTE-ALEXIS SURAT

            priest of the archdiocese of Paris

            born: 26 February 1804 in Paris (France)

    29.  ÉMILE-VICTOR BÉCOURT

            priest of the archdiocese of Paris

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

Jean-Baptiste Houillon    30.  JEAN-BAPTISTE HOUILLON

            priest, Paris Foreign Mission Society

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

    31.  PAUL SEIGNERET

            seminarian, Sulpicians

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

 

       

        competent forum: Paris

        CCS protocol number: 306 [* formerly 293; ** formerly 305;

                                                              *** formerly 489; **** formerly 641]

        type of cause: martyrdom

 

        opening of informative process:

        closing of informative process:

        decree on writings:

        introduction of cause: 18 November 1936 (*); 17 February 1937 (**); 10 December 1964 

        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: Vice-postulation, Monastère de la Visitation, 68, avenue Denfert-Rochereau,

                                  75014 Paris, FRANCE

        website:

   

   

10) 07 August in Górka Duchowna, Poznań, Wielkopolskie (Poland)

   

        EDMUND BOJANOWSKI

        layperson of the archdiocese of Poznań;

                founder, (1) Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate;

                (2)  Sisters Handmaids of the Holy and Immaculate Virgin Mary (n.o.)

                (3) Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception;  and,

                (4) Sisters Handmaids of the Mother of God, Virgin Immaculate Conception (n.o.)

        born: 14 November 1814 in Grobonóg, Poznań, Wielkopolskie (Poland)

       

        competent forum: Poznań

        CCS protocol number: 837

        type of cause: heroic virtues

       

        opening of diocesan inquiry:

        closing of diocesan inquiry:

        decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 08 March 1991

        submission of Positio to CCS: 1996

        session of historical consultants: 22 October 1996

        particular meeting of theological consultors: 16 December 1997

        session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 21 April 1998

        promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 03 July 1998

            opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

            decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 15 October 1993

            meeting of the Medical Board: 04 June 1998

            particular meeting of theological consultors: 09 October 1998

            session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 15 December 1998

            promulgation of decree on miracle: 21 December 1998

        beatification: 13 June 1999

       

        postulator:

        petitioner: [1] Siostry Służebniczki Śląskie, ul. Czarnoleska, 10, 51-621 Wrocław, POLAND

                             [2] Siostry Służebniczki Maryi, pl. E. Bojanowskiego, 62-031 Luboń (Żabikowo), POLAND

                             [3] Siostry Służebniczki Starowiejskie, Stara Wieś 460,

                                        36-200 Brzozów, skr. poczt. 66, POLAND

                             [4] Siostry Służebniczki Bogarodzicy Dziewicy Niepokalanie Poczętej Dębickie,

                                        ul. E. Bojanowskiego, 8-10,

                                           39-200 Dębica, POLAND

        website: www.sluzebniczki.pl ;

                         www.sluzebniczkimaryi.hg.pl;

                         www.sluzebniczkinmp.pl;

                         www.siostry.net 

   

   

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