Monthly Archives: April 2013

28 April to 4 May 2013

The round up for 28 April to 4 May.  There will be a beatification on 4 May for the Venerable Servant of God Francisca de Paula de Jesus, known as Nha Chica, the Western Hemisphere’s first beatification of the year. … Continue reading

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21 to 27 April 2013

The round up for 21 to 27 April.  There is a beatification scheduled for Sunday 21 April, that of the Servant of God Nicolo Rusca, an Italian-Swiss priest and martyr. Sunday 21 April, in 1936 in Altoona, Pennsylvania, the repose … Continue reading

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14 to 20 April 2013

The round up for 14 to 20 April.  Though those days don’t have any beatifications, it is worth noting Sunday 21 April will have one. Sunday 14 April in 1936 in New York, the repose of the Servant of God … Continue reading

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7 to 13 April

The round up for the week of 7 to 13 April. This week will see two beatifications.  On 7 April, the beatification of the Venerable Servant of God Cristobal de Santa Catalina, a Spanish Franciscan priest and founder of the Franciscan … Continue reading

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31 March to 6 April

The round up for the week of 31 March to 6 April. First a note:  The first beatification of the year and the first of Pope Francis’s pontificate, that of the Venerable Servant of God Cristóbal de Santa Catalina, will happen … Continue reading

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24 to 30 March

The round up for the week of 24 to 30 March.  There were no beatifications this week. Sunday 24 March in Miami in 1994, the anniversary of the repose of the Servant of God Juan Jose McKniff.  An Augustinian priest … Continue reading

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17 to 23 March

The round up for the week of 17 to 23 March.  There were no beatifications that week. Sunday 17 March, I have nothing. Monday 18 March, the repose in Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1964 of Joseph Timothy O’Callahan.  A Jesuit priest, … Continue reading

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