Monthly Archives: April 2015

26 April to 2 May 2015

The round up for 26 April to 2 May 2015. Sunday 26 April, in Canada, will be the first beatification of the year, that of Bl Marie-Elisabeth Turgeon, nineteenth century Canadian religious and foundress.  Saturday 2 May, in Turin, will … Continue reading

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19 to 25 April 2015

The round up for 19 to 25 April 2015. Tuesday 21 April will see the first beatification of the year, that of Marie-Elisabeth Turgeon, a Canadian religious and foundress. Sunday 19 April, in 1542 in Pecos, New Mexico, the killing … Continue reading

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12 to 18 April 2015

The round up for 12 to 18 April 2015. There are no beatifications scheduled for this week. Sunday 12 April, of interest to the Breton, in 1945 in the Czech Republic, the death of the Servant of God Maurice-Philippe Bouchard.  … Continue reading

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5 to 11 April 2015

The round up for 5 to 11 April 2015. There are no beatifications scheduled for this week. Sunday 5 April, in 1945 in the Philippines, the disappearance of Hyacinth Kunkel.  A Maryknoll sister born in New York, she was serving … Continue reading

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29 March to 4 April 2015

The round up for 29 March to 4 April 2015. There are no beatifications scheduled for this week. Sunday 29 March, of interest to the Breton, in 1945 in Mauthausen, the death of Armand Vallee.  A Breton secular priest, he … Continue reading

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22 to 28 March 2015

The round up for 22 to 28 March 2015. There are no beatifications scheduled for this week. Sunday 22 March, of interest to the Breton, the repose in Vannes in 1693 of Vincent Huby.  A Jesuit priest, associated with the … Continue reading

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15 to 21 March 2015

The round up for 15 to 21 March 2015. There are no beatifications scheduled for this week. Sunday 15 March, in 1711 in Sonora, Mexico, the repose of the Servant of God Eusebio Kino.  A Jesuit priest from Italy, he … Continue reading

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