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~ 1891 ~

   

1) 27 January in Guadalajara (Spain)

   

MARÍA JOSEFA QUIROGA CAPOPARDO

(MARÍA OF THE SORROWS AND THE PATRONAGE) [MADRE PATROCINIO]

professed religious, Order of the Immaculate Conception (Conceptionist Nuns)

born: 27 April 1811 in San Clemente, Cuenca (Spain)

 

competent forum: Sigüenza-Guadalajara

CCS protocol number: 1857

type of cause: heroic virtues

  

opening of informative process: 19 July 1907

closing of informative process:

decree on writings: 19 June 1930

introduction of cause:

decree « non cultu »:

opening of apostolic process:

closing of apostolic process:

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 27 October 1995

publication of Positio:

particular congress of theological consultors:

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops:

  

postulator: Fra Giovangiuseppe Califano, ofm

petitioner: Monasterio de la Ssma. Trinidad, Plaza del Carmen, 2, 19001 Guadalajara, SPAIN

website: www.sorpatrocinio.org

   

   

2) 28 January in Lorry-les-Metz, Moselle (France)

   

CAROLINE-BARBE COLCHEN CARRÉ DE MALBERG

layperson of the diocese of Metz; married;

founder, Salesian Missionaries of Mary Immaculate

and Association of Saint Francis de Sales

born: 08 April 1829 in Metz, Moselle (France)

   

competent forum: Metz/Paris

CCS protocol number: 213

type of cause: heroic virtues

   

opening of informative process: 1895

closing of informative process: 1898

decree on writings: 10 February 1901

introduction of cause: 23 June 1909

decree « non cultu »:

closing of apostolic process: 1911

opening of apostolic process: 1912

decree on validity of diocesan and apostolic inquiries: 18 December 1929

publication of Positio: 1997

particular congress of theological consultors: 16 March 2012

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 21 January 2014

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 09 May 2014

   

postulator: Rev. Ramón Domínguez Fraile, scj

petitioner: Sœurs Salésiennes Missionnaires de Marie Immaculée, 17, Impasse Villa Rémond,

                          94250 Gentilly, FRANCE

                     Association St. François de Sales, 57-59 rue Léon Frot, 75011 Paris, FRANCE

                     [1896: Henri Chaumont;

                      1905: Félicie Gros (Marie-Gertrude of the Precious Blood)]

website: francoisdesales.org

   

   

3) 24 February in Pagani, Salerno (Italy)

   

TOMMASO MARIA FUSCO

priest of the diocese of Nocera Inferiore-Sarno;

founder, Daughters of Charity of the Most Precious Blood

born: 01 December 1831 in Pagani, Salerno (Italy)

   

competent forum: Nocera Inferiore-Sarno

CCS protocol number: 873

type of cause: heroic virtues

      

opening of informative process: 02 April 1955

closing of informative process: 10 December 1957

decree on writings:

introduction of cause: 31 July 1981

opening of apostolic process:

closing of apostolic process:

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 04 March 1994

publication of Positio: 1995

session of historical consultors: 28 March 2000

particular congress of theological consultors: 24 October 2000

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 16 January 2001

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 24 April 2001

    opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

    closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

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

    meeting of the Medical Board: 25 January 2001

    particular congress of theological consultors: 29 May 2001

    ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 11 June 2001

    promulgation of decree on miracle: 07 July 2001

beatification: 07 October 2001

  

postulator: Sr. Lionella Calderaro, fcpps

petitioner: Figlie della Carità del Preziosissimo Sangue, Via S. Francesco, 107, 84016 Pagani (SA), ITALY

                     Figlie della Carità del Preziosissimo Sangue, Via Vigna Fabbri, 45, 00179 Roma, ITALY

website: www.tommasomariafusco.com

   

   

4) 03 April in Barcelona (Spain)

   

DOROTEA DE CHOPITEA VILLOTA de SERRA

layperson of the archdiocese of Barcelona; married;

member, Salesian Cooperators

born: 05 June 1816 in Santiago (Chile)

   

competent forum: Barcelona

CCS protocol number: 37

type of cause: heroic virtues

   

opening of informative process: 04 April 1927

closing of informative process:

decree on writings: 04 May 1952

introduction of cause: 21 June 1957

decree of « non cultu »: 14 February 1958

opening of apostolic process:

closing of apostolic process:

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 06 February 1964

publication of Positio: 1975

congress of CCS officials and consultors: 06 July 1982

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 22 March 1983

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 09 July 1983

   

postulator: Rev. Pierluigi Cameroni, sdb  

petitioner: Inspectoria dels Salesians de Barcelona, Plaça d’Artós, 4, 08017 Barcelona, SPAIN

website:

   

   

5) 10 April in Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône (France)

   

JOSEPH-MARIE TIMON-DAVID

founder, Congregation of the Sacred Heart (Timon-David Fathers and Brothers) (n.o.)

born: 29 January 1823 in Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône (France)

   

competent forum: Marseille

CCS protocol number: 1830

type of cause: heroic virtues

  

        

rescript of “nihil obstat”: 09 December 1991

opening of diocesan inquiry:

closing of diocesan inquiry:

decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 05 November 1993

publication of Positio: 1996

session of historical consultors: 09 November 1999

particular congress of theological consultors: 25 June 2010

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops:

  

postulator:

petitioner: Pères de Timon David, 88a boulevard de la Libération, 13248 Marseille CEDEX 4, FRANCE

website: www.timon-david.org

   

   

6) 17 May in Havana (Cuba)

   

JERÓNIMO MARIANO USERA DE ALARCÓN

priest of the archdiocese of Madrid;

founder, Sisters of the Love of God

born: 15 September 1810 in Madrid (Spain)

  

competent forum: Havana/Zamora

CCS protocol number: 1314

type of cause: heroic virtues

   

rescript of “nihil obstat”: 15 March 1980

opening of cognitional process: 27 April 1981

closing of cognitional process: 28 December 1982

decree on validity of cognitional process: 24 February 1995

session of historical consultors: 18 March 1997

publication of Positio: 1997

particular congress of theological consultors: 16 February 1999

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 18 May 1999

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 28 June 1999

    opening of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

    closing of diocesan inquiry on miracle for beatification: 

    decree on validity of diocesan inquiry on miracle: 07 May 1999

  

postulator:

petitioner: Hermanas del Amor de Dios, C/ Asura, 90, 28043 Madrid, SPAIN

                     [1956: María Rocío Rodríguez Xuarez de la Guardia (María Rocío of Jesus Crucified)]

website: www.amordedios.net

   

   

7) 02 June in Turin (Italy)

   

TERESA COMOGLIO

layperson of the archdiocese of Turin;

member, Secular Franciscans

born: 27 June 1843 in Piobesi Torinese, Turin (Italy)

   

competent forum: Turin

CCS protocol number: 408

type of cause: heroic virtues

  

opening of informative process:

closing of informative process:

decree on writings: 12 December 1941

introduction of cause:

decree « non cultu »:

opening of apostolic process:

closing of apostolic process:

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes:

publication of Positio:

session of historical consultors:

particular congress of theological consultors:

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops:

   

postulator: Fra Giovangiuseppe Califano, ofm

petitioner: [see 1911: Paolo Pio Perazzo]

website:

   

   

8) 13 June in Campodolcino, Sondrio (Italy)

   

CATERINA GUANELLA

layperson of the diocese of Como

born: 25 March 1841 in Fraciscio, Campodolcino, Sondrio (Italy)

   

competent forum: Como

CCS protocol number:

type of cause: heroic virtues

   

       

opening of informative process:

closing of informative process:

opening of acts of informative process: 10 January 1914

decree on validity of informative process:

publication of Positio:

session of historical consultors:

particular congress of theological consultors:

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops:

   

postulator: Rev. Bruno Capparoni, SdC

petitioner: [see 1915: Luigi Guanella]

website:

   

   

9) 01 July in Zamora (Spain)

   

LUIS DE TRELLES NOGUEROL

layperson of the diocese of Zamora; married;

founder, Nocturnal Adoration Society in Spain

born: 20 August 1819 in Viveiro, Lugo (Spain)

   

competent forum: Zamora

CCS protocol number: 1941

type of cause: heroic virtues

  

rescript of “nihil obstat”: 07 June 1994

opening of diocesan inquiry: 15 October 1994

closing of diocesan inquiry: 29 January 2000

decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 24 November 2001

publication of Positio: 2009; 2010

session of historical consultors: 22 September 2009

particular congress of theological consultors:

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops:

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 22 January 2015

   

postulator: Mons. Francisco Javier Froján Madero

petitioner: Fundación Luis de Trelles, C/ Vázquez Varela, 54 - 3º dcha., 36204 Vigo, SPAIN

                     Adoración Nocturna, C/ Amargura, 14-2°C, 49013 Zamora, SPAIN

website: www.fundaciontrelles.org

   

   

10) 07 September in Parma (Italy)

   

AGOSTINO CHIEPPI

priest of the diocese of Parma;

founder, Little Daughters of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary (n.o.)

born: 12 November 1830 in Castel San Giovanni, Piacenza (Italy)

     

competent forum: Parma

CCS protocol number: 542

type of cause: heroic virtues

     

opening of diocesan inquiry: 14 November 1941

closing of diocesan inquiry: 22 January 1944

decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 05 March 1988

publication of Positio: 1988

particular congress of theological consultors: 10 March 1992

ordinary session of cardinals and bishops: 06 October 1992

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 21 December 1992

   

postulator:

petitioner: Piccole Figlie dei Sacri Cuori di Gesù e Maria, P.le S. Giovanni, 7, 43100 Parma, ITALY

                     [1921: Maria Angela Picco (Anna Eugenia)]

website: www.pfiglie.org

   

   

11) 24 November in Milan (Italy)

     

MARIA ANNA SALA

professed religious, Sisters of Saint Marcellina

born: 21 April 1829 in Brivio, Lecco (Italy)

   

competent forum: Milan

CCS protocol number: 228

type of cause: heroic virtues

   

      

opening of informative process: 27 May 1931

closing of informative process: 22 September 1938

decree on writings: 03 December 1944

introduction of cause: 28 January 1959

opening of apostolic process: 28 May 1962

closing of apostolic process: 1964

decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes: 28 May 1966

congress of CCS officials and consultors: 25 May 1976

plenary session of cardinals and bishops: 26 October 1976

papal confirmation of plenary session sentence: 13 November 1976

promulgation of decree on heroic virtues: 14 April 1977

    competent forum for inquiry on miracle for beatification: Genoa

    opening of informative process on miracle for beatification: 1936

    closing of  informative process on miracle for beatification: 1936

    opening of apostolic process on miracle for beatification: 1965

    closing of apostolic process on miracle for beatification: 1966

    decree on validity of informative and apostolic processes on miracle: 28 May 1966

    meeting of the Medical Board: 22 February 1978

    congress of CCS officials and consultors: 09 January 1979

    plenary session of cardinals and bishops: 27 February 1979

    papal confirmation of plenary session sentence: 01 June 1979

    promulgation of decree on miracles: 13 July 1979

the rapid, complete and lasting healing of Clotilde Giuseppina Perasso Rampon, a thirty-four-year-old mother of a family,  from a very severe hyperseptic peritonitis, in November 1931 at her home in Bussola, Genoa (Italy). [AAS 72 (1980): 101-03]

beatification: 26 October 1980

    

postulator:

petitioner: [see 1879: Luigi Biraghi]

website: www.marcelline.org

   

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