Candidates for sainthood

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This article is a list of people proposed by each diocese for beatifications and canonizations whose causes were officially accepted by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints under the papacy of Pope Francis and are newly given the title as Servants of God. The names listed below are from the Vatican and are listed in month beginning the year 2013, with their birth and death year, position in clerical or religious life, and the place where the saint-to-be lived or died.

In the Latin Church of the Catholic Church, Servant of God is the style used for a person who is being investigated by the Church for possible.

2017

June 2017

May 2017

April 2017

March 2017

  • Wilhelm Frede (1875–1942), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Munster; Martyr (Germany)[5][6]
  • Maria Lilia Mastacchini (1892–1926), Founder of the Institute of Pious Workers (Italy)[7]
  • Beniamino Miori (1883–1946), Professed Priest of the Stigmatines (Italy)[8]
  • Jose Maria Pujadas Ferrer (1915–1984), Priest of the Archdiocese of Barcelona; Founder of the Encounters of Youth Promotion (Spain)[9][10]
  • Victor Rodriguez Martinez (1925–2012), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Valladolid; Member of the Lay Carmelites (Spain)[11]
  • Pedro Manuel Salado de Alba (1968–2012), Layperson of the Diocese of Esmeraldas; Member of the Ecclesial Family "Hogar de Nazaret" (Spain-Ecuador)[12]
  • Colette Lamontagne Samson (1923–1991), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Quebec (Canada)[13][14]

2016

December 2016

  • Alicja Poppe (Maria Yelisaveta) (1884–1970), Cofounder of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul (Greek Catholic) (Belgium-Ukraine)[15]
  • Peter John Roche (Alfred of Moodahadu) (1924–1996), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Capuchins (India)[16]
  • Laura Vincenzi (1963–1987), Young Layperson of the Archdiocese of Ferraro-Comacchio (Italy)[17]

November 2016

  • Mario Bortoletto (1938–2009), Priest of the Diocese of Treviso; Fidei Donum Missionary in the Diocese of Ebolowa; Associate of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions (Italy-Cameroon)[18]
  • Leontine Dolivet (1888–1974), Layperson of the Archdiocese of Lyon (France)[19][20]
  • Antonio Loi (1936–1965), Priest of the Archdiocese of Cagliari (Italy)[21]
  • Inocencio Lopez Santamaria (1874–1958), Professed Priest of the Mercedarians; Bishop of Sao Raimundo Nonato (Spain-Brazil)[22]
  • Domenico Antonio Mangano (1916–2001), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Albano; Momber of the Volunteers of God – Focolare Movement (Italy)[23]

October 2016

  • Luisa Mabalane Mafo (1943–1992) and 22 Lay Companions from the Catechetical Center of Guiua (d. 1992), Married Catechists, Catechumens, Young Laypersons and Children of the Diocese of Imhanbane; Martyrs (Mozambique)[24][25]
  • Carmen Nebot Soldan de Noguera (1933–2007), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Huelva (Spain)[26]
  • Joaquin Reina Castrillon (1902–1975), Professed Priest of the Jesuits; Founder of the Servants of the Poor, Daughters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Spain)[27]

September 2016

  • Celso Benigno Luigi Costantini (1876–1958), Titular Archbishop of Theodosiopolis in Arcadia; Founder of the Congregation of the Disciples of the Lord; Cardinal (Italy)[28][29]
  • Jacques Hamel (1930–2016), Priest of the Archdiocese of Rouen; Martyr (France)[30][31]
  • Rudolf Lunkenbein (1939–1976), Professed Priest of the Salesians of Don Bosco (Germany-Brazil) and Simao Cristino Koge Kudugodu [Simao Bororo] (1937–1976), Layperson of the Diocese of Barra do Garcas; Martyrs (Brazil)[32][33]
  • Sergio Sorgon (Sergio of Saint Joseph) (1938–1985), Professed Priest of the Discalced Carmelites (Italy-Madagascar)[34]

August 2016

  • Vitória Nabo Correia Bixarxe (Vitoria of the Incarnation) (1661–1715), Professed Religious of the Poor Clare Nuns (Brazil)[35]
  • Nicholas Black Elk (1863–1950), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Rapid City; Catechist (USA)[36][37]
  • Kazimierz Hologa (1913–1958), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Poznań (Poland)[38]
  • Mary Bernadette Prasad Kispotta (1878–1961), Founder of the Daughters of Saint Anne of Ranchi (India)[39][40]
  • Louis-Marie Leveil (1889–1973), Professed Priest of the Jesuits (France-India)[41]
  • Elisa Martinez (1905–1991), Founder of the Daughters of Saint Mary of Leuca (Italy)[42][43]
  • Othon Motta (1913–1985), Bishop of Campanha (Brazil)[44][45]

July 2016

  • Romano Guardini (1885–1968), Priest of the Archdiocese of Munich-Freising (Italy-Germany)[46]
  • Giuseppe Mazzanti (1879–1954), Priest of the Diocese of Imola; Founder of the Little Sisters of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus (Italy)[47][48]
  • Maria von Mörl (1790–1868), Layperson of the Diocese of Bolzano-Bressanone; Member of the Secular Franciscans (Italy)[49][50]
  • Gaetana [Agata Tanina] Nastasi (1914 0 1926), Child of the Diocese of Acireale (Italy)[51]
  • Jorge Novak (1928–2001), Professed Priest of the Society of the Divine Word; Bishop of Quilmes (Argentina)[52][53]
  • Antonietta (Maria) Zanelli (1887–1957), Founder of the Little Sisters of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus (Italy)[54][48]

June 2016

  • Jose Cappel Farfsing [Joseph Henry Cappel] (1908–2004), Priest of the Maryknoll Missionary Society (USA-Chile) [55]
  • Margarita Fonseca Silvestre (1884–1945), Founder of the Servants of Christ the Priest (Colombia) [56][57]
  • Patrick Ryan (1845–1878), Priest of the Diocese of Knoxville (Ireland-USA) [58][59]

May 2016

  • Ivan Burik (1928–1991), Priest of the Archdiocese of Đakovo-Osijek; Martyr (Serbia-Croatia)[60][61]
  • Federico [Friedrich] Grote (1853–1940), Professed Priest of the Redemptorists (Germany-Argentina) [62][63]
  • Teresa (Mary Kevin) Kearney (1875–1957), Founder of the Little Sisters of Saint Francis and the Franciscan Missionary Sisters for Africa (Ireland-Uganda-USA) [64]
  • Manuel (prob. 1604–1686), Layperson of the Archdiocese of Mercedes-Luján (Angola-Argentina) [65][66]
  • Joseph Müller (1894–1944), Priest of the Diocese of Hildesheim; Martyr (Germany)[67][68]
  • Christophe Munzihirwa Mwene Ngabo (1926–1996), Professed Priest of the Jesuits; Archbishop of Bukavu (Democratic Republic of Congo)[69][70]
  • Helena Perera [Charithaya] (ca. 1848–1931), Layperson of the Diocese of Chilaw (Sri Lanka) [71][72]
  • Jorge Maria [Georges] Salvaire (1847–1899), Priest of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians) (France-Argentina)[73][66]
  • Lourdu Xavier Savarirayan (1910–1972), Priest of the Diocese of Kumbakonam (India) [74][75]
  • Ivan [Ivica] Simrak (1912–1944), Priest of the Eparchy of Križevci; Martyr (Croatia)[76][77]
  • Mónika Tímár [Schmidt] (1937–1962), Professed Religious of the Cistercian Nuns (Hungary)[78][79]

April 2016

  • Jeremy Joyner White (1938–1990), Layperson of the Personal Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei (United Kingdom-Nigeria)[80][81]
  • Czeslawa Wojtczak (Maria Wlodzimira) (1909–1943), Professed Religious of the Sisters of Saint Elizabeth (Poland)[82][83]

March 2016

  • Alonzo de Barzana (ca. 1528–1598), Professed Priest of the Jesuits (Spain-Peru)[84][85]
  • Clement Shahbaz Bhatti (1968–2011), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Islamabad-Rawalpindi; Martyr (Pakistan)[86][87][88][89]
  • Louis Camilleri (1923–2011), Professed Religious of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers) (Malta)[90][91]
  • Maria Eugenia Gonzalez Lafon (1876–1962), Founder of the Catechist Sisters of Mary Most Holy, Order of Saint Benedict (Mexico)[92][93]
  • Arnaldo Ribeiro (1930–2009), Archbishop of Ribeirão Preto (Brazil)[94][95]

February 2016

  • Andrea Aziani [Andres Aziani Samek-Lodovici] (1953–2008), Layperson of the Diocese of Carabayllo; Member of the Memores Domini Lay Association (Italy-Peru)[96]
  • Magdalena Mortęska (ca. 1554–1631), Professed Religious of the Benedictine Nuns (Poland)[97][98]
  • Teresa Tambelli (1884–1964), Vowed Member of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul (Italy)[99][100]

January 2016

  • Thayr Saidālla Abdal and 44 Companions (d. 2010), Priests and Layfaithful of the Archeparchy of Baghdad and Beirut of the Syrians; Martyrs (Iraq)[101]
  • Alfonso de Caro (1940–1977), Priest of the Archdiocese of Salerno-Campagna-Acerno; Fidei Donum Missionary in the Diocese of Rio Branco (Italy-Brazil)[102]
  • Bernard Digal and 6 Lay Companions (d. 2008), Priest and Laypeople of the Archdiocese of Cuttack-Bhubaneswar; Martyrs (India)[103]
  • Ante Gabrić (1915–1988), Professed Priest of the Jesuits (Croatia-India)[104][105]
  • Carmela (Pura) Pagani (1914–2001), Professed Religious of the Little Sisters of the Holy Family (Italy)[106][107]
  • Francesco Palliola [Paleola] (1612–1648), Professed Priest of the Jesuits; Martyr (Italy-Philippines)[108]

2015

Other Causes opened in 2015

  • Edvard Vajnilovic [Edward Woynillowicz] (1847–1928), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Minsk-Mohilev (Belarus-Poland)[109]

December 2015

  • Sante (Pellegrino) Boni (1898–1990), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor (Italy)[110][111]
  • Italo Calabro (1925–1990), Priest of the Archdiocese of Reggio Calabria-Bova (Italy)[112][113]
  • Luigi [Luis] Cecchin (1924–2010), Priest of the Diocese of Treviso; Fidei Donum Missionary in the Diocese of Nazare (Italy)[114][115]
  • Joseph Dutton (1843–1931), Layperson of the Diocese of Honolulu; Member of the Secular Franciscans (USA)[116]
  • Matteo Farina (1990–2009), Young Layperson of the Archdiocese of Brindisi-Ostuni (Italy)[117][118]
  • Aloys Kobes (1820–1872), Professed Priest of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit (Spiritians); Apostolic Vicar of Senegambia; Founder of the Daughters of the Holy Heart of Mary and the Brothers of Saint Joseph (France-Senegal)[119][120]
  • George Willmann (1920–1977), Professed Priest of the Jesuits (USA-Philippines)[121][122]

November 2015

  • William Edward Bill Atkinson (1946–2006), Professed Religious of the Augustinians (USA)[123][124][125]
  • Andre Bortolameotti (1919–2010), Professed Priest of the Congregation of Jesus the Priest (Italy-Brazil)[126][127][128]
  • Maria Josefa (Leopoldina) Brandis (1815–1900), Vowed Member of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul; Founder of the Marian Sisters of the Miraculous Medal (Austria)[129][130][131]
  • Alberto Ferri Garavelli (1935–2009), Professed Priest of the Comboni Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (Italy)[132]

October 2015

  • Henry II the Pious [Henryk II Pobozny] (ca. 1196–1241), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Legnica (Poland)[133][134]
  • Charles Journet (1891–1975), Titular Bishop of Furnos Minor; Cardinal (Switzerland)[135]
  • Ange Le Proust (1624–1697), Professed Priest of the Augustinians; Founder of the Sisters of Saint Thomas of Villanueva (France)[136][137]
  • Giovanni Vaccari (1913–1971), Professed Religious of the Servants of Charity (Guanellians) (Italy-Spain)[138]

September 2015

  • Floribert Bwana Chui bin Kositi (1981–2007), Layperson of the Archdiocese of Goma; Member of the Saint Egidio Community; Martyr (Democratic Republic of Congo)[139][140]
  • Martyrs of "La Florida" Missions (d. 1549–1706), Professed Priest and Religious' of the Dominicans; Franciscans, Augustinians and Jesuits; Pilgrim and Native Laypeople of and from the Dioceses of Pensacola-Tallahassee and Saint Augustine; Martyrs (Spain, Italy, Mexico, and USA)[141][142]
  • Luis de Cancer (1500–1549), Professed Priest of the Dominicans; Martyr (Spain-United States)[143][142]
  • Isidoro Meschi (1945–1991), Priest of the Archdiocese of Milan (Italy)[144][145]
  • Bernardo de Monroy and 2 Trinitarian Companions (d. 1613–1622), Professed Priest of the Trinitarians; Martyrs (Spain-Algeria)[146]

May 2015

April 2015

  • Alberto Fuger (1892–1970), Professed Priest of the Jesuits (France-Brazil)[153][154]
  • Francesca Lancellotti Zotta (1917–2008), Married Layperson of the Vicariate of Rome (Italy)[155][156]
  • Pietro Manghisi (1889–1953), Priest of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions; Martyr (Italy-Myanmar)[157]
  • Declan O'Toole (1971–2002), Priest of the Mill Hill Missionaries; Martyr (Ireland-Uganda) [158]
  • Santo Perin (1917–1945), Priest of the Archdiocese of Ravenna-Cervia (Italy)[159]

March 2015

  • Theresia Albers (1872–1949), Founder of the Sisters Witnesses of the Love of Christ (Germany)[160][161]
  • Giosue dei Cas (1880–1932), Professed Religious of the Comboni Missionaries of the Heart of Jesus (Italy-South Sudan)[162][163]
  • Giuseppe Diana (1958–1994), Priest of the Diocese of Aversa; Martyr (Italy)[164]
  • Francisco Giron Fernandez (1938–2009), Priest of the Diocese of Huelva (Spain)[165][166]
  • Anton Strle (1915–2003), Priest of the Archdiocese of Ljubljana (Slovenia)[167][168]
  • Adolfine Tönnies (1862–1934), Cofounder of the Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit of Perpetual Adoration (Germany-Netherlands)[169][170]

February 2015

  • Eduardo Bonnin Aguilo (1917–2009), Layperson of the Diocese of Mallorca; Founder of the Cursillos in the Christianity Movement (Spain)[171][172]
  • Manuel Armindo de Lima and 3 Companions (d. 1982), Priest of the Missionary Society of the Good News; Laypersons of the Diocese of Viana; Postulant of the Mercedarian Sisters of Charity; Catechist (Italy-Angola)[173]
  • Francisco Gonzalez Metola (1905–1967), Priest of the Diocese of Cadiz-Cueta (Spain)[174]
  • Pablo Muñoz Vega (1903–1994), Professed Priest of the Jesuits; Archbishop of Quito; Cardinal (Ecuador)[175][176][177]

January 2015

2014

Other Causes opened in 2014

  • Maria Teresa Carloni (1919–1983), Layperson of the Archdiocese of Urbino-Urbania-Sant’Angelo in Vado (Italy)[189][190]
  • Eufemia of Racibórz (ca. 1299–1359), Professed Religious of the Dominican Nuns (Poland)[191][192]
  • Gabriel Gonsum Ganaka (1937–1999), Archbishop of Jos (Nigeria-USA)[193][194]
  • Sebastian Lawrence Casimir Presentation Valiyathayil (1867–1936), Priest of the Diocese of Allepey; Founder of the Visitation Sisters of Allepey (India)[195]
  • Gobu Yaza (d. 1928?), Young Layperson of the Diocese of N’Zérékoré; Martyr (Giunea)[196]

December 2014

  • Hernan Alessandre Morande (1935–2007), Professed Priest of the Secular Institute of the Schoenstatt Fathers (Chile)[197][198]
  • Miguel Cano Gutierrez (1866–1924), Priest of the Archdiocese of Guadalajara; Founder of the Servants of the Holy Trinity and the Poor (Mexico)[199]
  • Joseph Verbis Lafleur (1912–1944), Priest of the Military Ordinate of the United States (USA-Philippines)[200][201]
  • Eduardo Laforet Dorda (1957–1984), Professed Member of the Secular Institute of the Crusaders of Mary (Spain)[202][203]
  • Stjepan Milanovic (1777–1807), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor (Bosnia-Herzegovina)[204][205]
  • Lewis Thomas (Paul James) Wattson (1863–1940), Founder and Professed Priest of the Franciscan Friars of the Antonement (United States)[206][207]

November 2014

October 2014

  • Fortunata Evolo Nicolace (1938–2009), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Mileto-Nicotera-Tropea (Italy)[211][212]
  • Maria de Lourdes [Lourdinha] Benedicta Nogueira Fontao (1930–1988), Married Layperson of the Diocese of São João da Boa Vista (Brazil)[213][214]
  • Carmen Antunes de Matos Fortuna [Carmita] (1937–1980), Layperson of the Diocese of Setubal (Portugal)[215][216]
  • Teresa Militerni (1874–1925), Professed Religious of the Sisters of Saint John the Baptist (Italy)[217][218]
  • Diệp Bửu Trương (1897–1946), Martyred Priest of the Tắc Sậy Parish, Diocese of Cân Tho (Vietnam)[219]

September 2014

  • Jean-Baptiste Gerin (1797–1863), Priest of the Diocese of Grenoble-Vienne (France)[220][221]
  • Franziska May (Reinolda) (1901–1981), Professed Religious of the Missionary Benedictine Sisters of Tutzing (Germany-South Africa)[222][223]
  • Maria Cesira Pazzafini (Veronica) (1896–1964), Professed Religious of the Capuchin Nuns (Italy)[224][225]
  • Ida Peterfy (1922–2000), Founder of the Society Devoted to the Sacred Heart (Slovakia-USA)[226][227]
  • Adão Salgado Vaz de Faria (1907–1990), Priest of the Archdiocese of Braga; Founder of the Congregation of Divine Providence and the Holy Family (Portugal)[228][229]

August 2014

  • Giuseppe Bracci (Giacinto) (1877–1967), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor (Italy)[230]
  • Mario Gentili (1928–2006), Professed Religious of the Augustinians (Italy)[231][232]
  • Angelina Lo Dico (1900–1932), Layperson of the Diocese of Caltanisetta (Italy)[233]
  • Fermin Emilio Lobo (Antonio) (1873–1942), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor (Argentina);[234] Cause officially opened since September 19, 1958 and re-opened in this month of August 2014.
  • Amador Tajanlangit (1911–1977), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Jaro (Philippines)[235]
  • Reginaldo Toro (1830–1904), Professed Priest of the Dominicans; Bishop of Cordoba; Founder of the Dominican Tertiary Sisters of Saint Joseph (Argentina)[236][237]

July 2014

  • Maria Cantamessa Gallo (1913–1995), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Asti (Italy)[238]
  • Heinrich König (1900–1942), Priest of the Archdiocese of Paderborn; Martyr (Germany)[239][240]
  • Rosa Maria Segale (Blandina) (1850–1941), Professed Religious of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati (Italy-USA)[241][242][243][244]

June 2014

  • Cosimo Berlinsani (1619–1694), Professed Priest of the Cleric Regular of the Mother of God; Founder of the Oblate Sisters of the Child Jesus (Italy)[245][246]
  • Anna Moroni (1613–1675), Founder of the Oblate Sisters of the Child Jesus (Italy)[245][247]

May 2014

  • Fritz Michael Gerlich (1861–1934), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Munich-Freising; Martyr (Poland-Germany)[248][249]
  • Remigio Salazar Amador (1802–1857), Priest of the Diocese of Leon (Nicaragua)[250][251]
  • Silvio Pasquali (1864–1924), Priest of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions; Founder of the Catechist Sisters of Saint Anne (Italy-India)[252]
  • Ouseph Thekkekara (Canisius) (1914–1988), Professed Priest of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (India)[253][254]
  • Guido Vidal França Schäffer (1974–2009), Seminarian of the Archdiocese of Sao Sebastiao do Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)[255][256]

April 2014

  • Paulette Callabat (1923–2005), Consecrated Member of the Caritas Christi Secular Institute (France)[257][258]
  • Robert Naoussi (ca. 1940–1970), Layperson of the Archdiocese of Douala (Cameroon)[259]
  • Auguste [Nonco] Pelafigue (1888–1977), Layperson of the Diocese of Lafayette; Member of the Apostleship of Prayer League (France-USA)[260][261]
  • Antonio Rivera Ramirez (1916–1936), Young Layperson of the Archdiocese of Toledo (Spain[262]); Cause officially opened since January 10, 1962 and re-opened on the month of April 2014.

March 2014

  • Rutilio Grande Garcia (1928–1977), Professed Priest of the Jesuits; Martyr (El Salvador)[263][264]
  • Luise Lowenfels (Maria Aloysia) (1915–1942), Professed Religious of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ; Martyr (Germany-Poland)[265][266]
  • Ascension Sanchez y Sanchez (1911–1946), Professed Member of the Secular Institute "Evangelical Crusade" (Spain)[267][268]

February 2014

  • Nicoletta Giordano (Maria Petra) (1912–2006), Professed Religious of the Dominican Nuns (Italy)[269][270]
  • Martin Lawers Gonzalez (1881–1933), Priest of the Diocese of Irapuato; Martyr (Mexico)[271]

January 2014

  • Maria Borgato (1898–1945), Professed Member of the Secular Institute of the Company of Saint Ursula, Federation of the Secular Institute of Saint Angela Merici; Martyr (Italy-Germany)[272]
  • Joseph Leon Cardijn (1891–1967), Titular Archbishop of Tusuros; Cardinal; Founder of the Young Christian Workers (Jocists) (Belgium)[273][274]
  • Mariano Dubon Alonso (1861–1934), Priest of the Diocese of Leon (Nicaragua)[250][275]
  • Aloysius Ellacuria (1905–1981), Professed Priest of the Claretians (Spain-United States)[276][277]
  • Julia Greeley (ca. 1833–48 – 1918), Layperson of the Archdiocese of Denver (USA)[278][279]
  • Julius Aemilius De Lombaerde (Júlio Maria) (1878–1944), Professed Priest of the Missionaries of the Holy Family; Founder of the Missionaries of Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament, the Daughters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Sisters of the Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament (Belgium-Brazil)[280][281]
  • Cyprien [Sipiriyani] Rugamba (ca. 1935–1994) and Daphrose [Daforoza] Mukasanga (ca. 1944–1994), Married Couple from the Archdiocese of Kigali; Members of the Emmanuel Community (Rwanda)[282][283]

2013

December 2013

  • Thatipathri Gnanama (ca. 1822–1874), Widow; Founder of the Sisters of Saint Anne of Chennai and the Sisters of Saint Anne of Phirangipuram (India)[284][285]
  • Joaquin Carlos (Jesus) Paredes Perez (1911–1998), Professed Religious of the Franciscan Friars Minor (Argentina-Spain)[286][287]
  • Luigi Pera (1879–1952), Professed Priest of the Augustinians (Italy) [288]
  • Anna Bohuslava Tomanova (1904–1957), Layperson of the Diocese of Hradec Kralove (Czech Republic)[289][290]
  • Ioannes Baptista Yi Byeok and 132 Companions (d. 1785–1879), Laypeople from the Apostolic Vicariate of South Korea; Martyrs (S. Korea-N. Korea)[291][292]

November 2013

  • Catherine De Bar (1614–1698), Founder of the Benedictine Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament (France)[293][294]
  • Alexandre Toe (1967–1996), Professed Priest of the Camillians (Burkina Faso-Italy)[295]
  • George Vakayil [Vakayilachan] (1883–1931), Priest of the Archdiocese of Verapoly (India)[296][297]
  • Marianno Wachira and 26 Companions (d. 1952–1955), Laypeople from the Archdioceses of Nyeri and Nairobi along with the Dioceses of Murang’a and Meru; Catechumens; Professed Religious' of the Consolata Missionary Sisters and the Sisters of Mary Immaculate of Nyeri; Martyrs (Kenya-Italy)[298]

October 2013

  • Marianna Fortunata (Maria Giuseppa) Cherubini (1788–1844), Professed Religious of the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration (Italy);[299] Cause opened on November 1844 and re-opened on October 2013
  • Giuseppe Cinquina (1918–1945), Priest of the Diocese of Vasto-Chieti (Italy)[300]
  • Michael Jerome Cypher (1941–1975), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Conventuals; Martyr (USA-Honduras)[301]
  • Juan Ignacio Larrea Holguín (1927–2006), Archbishop of Guayaquil (Argentina-Ecuador)[302]
  • Felice Piccirilli (1912–1968), Priest of the Diocese of Vasto-Chieti (Italy)[303]
  • Adolfo Rodriguez Vidal (1920–2003), Bishop of Santa Maria de Los Ángeles (Spain-Chile)[304][305]

September 2013

  • Nedjelko (Dominik) Barac (1912–1945), Professed Priest of the Dominicans; Martyr (Croatia)[306][307]
  • Henri [Benoit Thuan] Denis (1880–1933), Professed Priest of the Cistercians (Holy Family Congregation) (France-Vietnam)[308][309]
  • Teresa Grigolini (1853–1931), Professed Religious of the Comboni Missionary Sisters (Italy)[310][311]

August 2013

  • Eugenio Romero Pose (1949–2007), Auxiliary Bishop of Madrid (Spain)[312]

July 2013

  • Aloyse Gerber (Joseph-Marie of Eckbolsheim) (1907–1993), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Capuchins (France)[313][314]

June 2013

  • Antonio Campelo de Aragao (1904–1984), Professed Priest of the Salesians of Don Bosco; Bishop of Petrolina; Founder of the Sisters Mediators of Peace (Brazil)[315][316]
  • Carlo Noe (1878–1960), Priest of the Diocese of Treviso (Italy)[317][318]

May 2013

  • Francisco Comabarros Sorribas (Tarcisio de Jesus) (1907–1989), Professed Religious of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers) (Spain)[319]
  • Juan Pablo Gongora Alvarado (1894–1976), Priest of the Archdiocese of Yucatan; Founder of the Missionary Daughters of the Holy Mother of Light (Mexico)[320]
  • Joaquin Llorente Llorens (1893–1964), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Orihuela-Alizante (Spain)[321]

March 2013

  • Ivan (Rafo) Kalinic (1910–1943), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor; Martyr (Croatia)[322][323]
  • Franjo Kuharić (1919–2002), Archbishop of Zagreb; Cardinal (Croatia)[324]
  • Maria Zofia Szymanowska (1910–1983), Layperson of the Diocese of Kalisz (Ukraine-Poland)[325]

February 2013

  • Marcelino Olaechea Loizago (1888–1972), Professed Priest of the Salesians of Don Bosco; Archbishop of Valencia (Spain)[326]
  • Maurilio Teixiera-Leite Penido (1895–1970), Priest of the Archdiocese of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)[327]

See also

References

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