9 to 15 March 2014

The round-up for 9 to 15 March 2014.

There are no beatifications scheduled for this week.

Sunday 9 March, I have nothing.

Monday 10 March, in 1926 in Missouri, the repose of the Servant of God Theresia of the Holy Trinity.  From the Netherlands, she was a religious with the Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus.  Her cause has been open since 2010.

Also 10 March, in New York in 1954, the repose of the Servant of God Mary Teresa Tallon.  A Holy Cross sister, she founded the Parish Visitors of Mary Immaculate.  Her cause was opened in 2013.

Also 10 March, in 1692 in New York, the martyrdom of Margaret Garangowas and Frances Gonannhatenha.  Laywomen from the native peoples, they were killed for refusing to renounce their faith.  I am not aware of a cause for their canonization.

Also 10 March, of interest in Mexico, the memorial of Bl Mateo Elias Nieves Castillo.

Tuesday 11 March, I have nothing.

Wednesday 12 March, in 2002 in New York, the repose of Lawrence Penzes and Eileen Tosner.  The first was a secular priest and the second a laywoman.  They were shot while in Mass.  I am not aware of a cause for their canonization.

Also 12 March, the feast of S Paul Aurelian, one of the Founders of Brittany.  I am not aware of his cult having been officially confirmed.

Thursday 13 March, in 1931 in San Diego, the repose of the Servant of God Federico Salvador Ramon.  Spanish, and apparently not in California long, he was a priest and founded the Servants of the Immaculate Child Mary.  The diocesan phase of his cause closed in 2008.

Also 13 March, of interest in Brazil, the memorial of Bl Maria Rita Lopes.

Friday 14 March, I have nothing.

Saturday 15 March, in 1711 in Mexico, the repose of the Servant of God Eusebio Kino.  A Jesuit priest originally from Italy, he served across the southwest of what is now the United States as well as in Latin America.  The diocesan phase of his cause closed in 2010.

Also 15 March, of interest in Argentina, the memorial of Bl Artemides Zatti.

S Paul Aurelian, ora pro nobis.

All the saints, orate pro nobis.

All the martyrs, orate pro nobis.

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