List of Filipino saints, blesseds, and servants of God

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This page is a list of Filipino Saints, Blesseds, Venerables, and Servants of God recognized by the Roman Catholic Church. Majority of these men and women of religious life were born, died, or lived within the Philippine Country.

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Cebu.

The Roman Catholic faith has already existed since the country's earliest history. Indeed, Ferdinand Magellans' expedition of 1521 included Catholic priests and missionaries among the crew. In fact, some Catholic missionaries became one the explorers of the native land's while converting and persuading the Indios towards Christianism. Through because of the Spanish colonization that had been begun by Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, they introduced Christianity as settling within Cebu. Now, Cebu is a well known Catholic Island.

Catholics continue to contribute to Filipino religious life up to the present day. Consequently, several these Filipino Catholics have been considered for sainthood over the past centuries. Most of these Catholic saints-to-be were from the 20th Century and so on. Few only of those, in the days of the Spanish era within the Philippines founded the way of sanctity.

The very first Filipino saint canonized was Lorenzo Ruiz, a married lay Dominican and member of the Rosarian Confraternity in dedication to Our Lady. Ruiz died as a martyr of faith, during the persecutions at the Nagasaki, Japan were the Kingdom organized an anti-clericalism. Lorenzo Ruiz was beatified by Pope John Paul II in Manila, and without any further a do, was canonized at St. Peter's Square, Vatican City along with his Companion Martyrs in 1987. And after 25 years later, the title of a saint was followed by another martyr, named Pedro Calungsod, who was canonized on October 2012 by Pope Benedict XVI.

Saints[edit]

  • Saint Lorenzo Ruiz, Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Manila; Member of the Confraternity of the Rosary; Martyr of Nagasaki, Japan
  • Saint Pedro Calungsod, Young Layperson of the Archdiocese of Cebu; Catechist; Martyr of Micronesia
    • Born: July 21, 1654 - Ginatilan, Cebu, Philippines
    • Died: April 2, 1672 - Tumon, Guam
    • Nihil Obstat: October 7, 1994
    • Beatified: March 5, 2000 By Pope John Paul II
    • Canonized: October 21, 2012 By Pope Benedict XVI

Blesseds[edit]

Venerables[edit]

Mother Jeronima in her later years
  • Venerable Jerónima Yañez de la Fuente (Jerónima of the Assumption), Professed Religious of the Poor Clare Nuns
    • Born: May 9, 1555 - Toledo, Spain
    • Died: October 22, 1630 - Manila, Philippines
    • Declared Venerable: since 1631
  • Venerable Isabel Larrañaga Ramírez (Isabel of the Heart of Jesus), Founder of the Sisters of Charity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
    • Born: November 19, 1836 - Manila, Philippines
    • Died: January 17, 1899 - Havana, Cuba
    • Nihil Obstat: December 17, 1982
    • Declared Venerable: March 26, 1999
  • Venerable Ignacia del Espiritu Santo Juco, Founder of the Religious of the Virgin Mary
    • Born: February 1, 1663 - Binondo, Manila, Philippines
    • Died: September 10, 1748 - Manila, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: October 20, 1986
    • Declared Venerable: July 6, 2007
  • Venerable Joaquina Maria Mercedes Barcelo Pages (Consuelo), Cofounder of the Augustinian Sisters of Our Lady of Consolation
    • Born: July 24, 1857 - Sarria, Barcelona, Spain
    • Died: August 4, 1940 - Manila, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: June 18, 2002
    • Declared Venerable: December 20, 2012
  • Venerable Aloysius Schwartz, Priest of the Archdiocese of Manila; Founder of the Sisters of Mary of Banneux and Brothers of Christ
    • Born: September 18, 1930 - Washington D.C., USA
    • Died: March 16, 1992 - Manila, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: November 27, 2003
    • Declared Venerable: January 22, 2015

Servants of God[edit]

  • Servant of God Dionisia de Santa Maria Mitas Talangpaz, Cofounder of the Augustinian Recollect Sisters
    • Born: March 12, 1691 - Calumpit, Bulacan, Philippines
    • Died: October 12, 1732 - San Sebastian, Manila, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: September 10, 1999
  • Servant of God Cecilia Rosa de Jesús Talangpaz, Cofounder of the Augustinian Recollect Sisters
    • Born: July 16, 1693 - Calumpit, Bulacan, Philippines
    • Died: July 31, 1731 - San Sebastian, Manila, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: September 10, 1999
  • Servant of God Wilhelm Finnemann, Professed priest of the Society of the Divine Word; Apostolic Vicariate of Calapan; Martyr
    • Born: December 18, 1882 - North Rhine-Wesphalia, Germany
    • Died: October 26, 1942 - near Verde Island, Batangas, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: December 7, 1999
  • Servant of God Alfredo Maria Obviar, Bishop of Lucena; Founder of the Missionary Catechists of Saint Therese of the Infant Jesus
    • Born: August 29, 1889 - Lipa, Batangas, Philippines
    • Died: October 1, 1978 - Tayabas, Quezon, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: March 6, 2001
  • Servant of God Francisca Fuentes (Francisca of the Holy Spirit), Founder of the Dominican Sisters of Saint Catherine of Siena
    • Born: ca. 1647 - Manila, Philippines
    • Died: August 24, 1711 - Intarmuros, Manila, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: March 11, 2003
  • Servant of God Maria Beatriz Del Rosario Arroyo (Maria Rosario of the Visitation), Founder of the Dominican Sisters of the Most Holy Rosary of the Philippines (Dominican Sisters of Molo)
    • Born: February 17, 1884 - Molo, Iloilo, Philippines
    • Died: June 14, 1957 - Molo, Iloilo, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: March 14, 2009
  • Servant of God Teofilo Camomot, Coadjutor Archbishop of Cagayan de Oro; Titular Archbishop of Marcianopolis; Founder of the Daughters of Saint Teresa
    • Born: March 3, 1914 - Cagon, Carcar, Cebu, Philippines
    • Died: September 27, 1988 - Bario Baho, San Fernando, Cebu, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: September 20, 2010
  • Servant of God Alfredo Verzosa, Bishop of Lipa; Founder of the Missionary Catechists of the Sacred Heart
    • Born: December 9, 1877 - Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines
    • Died: June 27, 1954 - Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: January 11, 2013
  • Servant of God Carlo Braga, Professed Priest of the Salesians of Don Bosco
    • Born: May 23, 1889 - Tirano, Sondrio, Italy
    • Died: January 3, 1971 - Pampanga, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: January 31, 2013
  • Servant of God Rhoel Gallardo, Professed Priest of the Claretians; Martyr
    • Born: November 29, 1965 - Olongapo, Zambales, Philippines
    • Died: May 3, 2000 - Punoh Mahadji, Basilan, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat:*
  • Servant of God Dalisay Lazaga, Professed Religious of the Canossians Daughters of Charity
    • Born: March 17, 1940 - Santa Rosa, Laguna, Philippines
    • Died: January 30, 1971 - Manila, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat:*
  • Servant of God George Willmann, Professed Priest of the Jesuits (cause for beatification opened in the Archdiocese of Manila)
    • Born: June 29, 1897 - Brooklyn, New York, United States
    • Died: September 14, 1977 - Fordham, New York, United States
    • Nihil Obstat: December 7, 2015
  • Servant of God Francesco Palliola, Professed Priest of the Jesuits; Martyr
    • Born: May 10, 1612 - Nola, Naples, Italy
    • Died: January 29, 1648 - Dipolog, Zamboanga del Norte, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat: January 6, 2016
  • Servant of God Amador Tajanlangit Sr., Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Jaro
    • Born: April 30, 1911 - Miag-ao, Iloilo, Philippines
    • Died: March 09, 1977 - Jaro, Iloilo, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat:*
  • Servant of God Joseph Verbis Lafleur, Priest of the Military Ordinate of the United States*
    • Born: January 24, 1912 - Ville Platte, Louisiana, USA
    • Died: September 07, 1944 - off Sindangan Point, Liloy, Zamboanga del Norte, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat:*
  • Servant of God Richard Michael Fernando, Professed Cleric of the Jesuits; Martyr
    • Born: February 27, 1970 - Quezon City, Philippines
    • Died: October 17, 1996 - Tror Pang Veng, Angk Snuol, Cambodia
    • Nihil Obstat:*
  • Servant of God Florencia Cuesta Valluerca (Trinidad of the Sacred Heart of Jesus), Professed Religious of the Carmelite Nuns of the Ancient Observance
    • Born: October 03, 1904 - Madrid, Spain
    • Died: October 04, 1967 - Manila, Philippines
    • Nihil Obstat:*
  • *causes that are still waiting for the publication of the decree

Candidates for Sainthood[edit]

This section is a list of men and women being proposed and promoted by various dioceses for the cause of sainthood. Some are already in process within the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, waiting for the proper opening of beatification cause and to earn the title as "Servant of God."

  • Diego de Herrera (1521-1576), Professed Priest of the Augustinians; Martyr (Spain - Catanduanes, Philippines)
  • Juan de Plasencia (d. 1590), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor (Plasencia, Spain - Laguna, Philippines)
  • Miguel de Benavides Añoza (ca. 1552-1605), Professed Priest of the Dominicans; Bishop of Manila (Carríon de los Condes, Spain - Manila, Philippines)
  • Pedro de Agurto (1544-1608), Professed Priest of the Augustinians; Bishop of Cebu (Mexico City, Mexico - Cebu, Philippines)
  • Miguel de Ayatumo (ca. 1593-1609), Seminarian of the Jesuits (Bohol, Philippines)
  • Alonso de Humanes (1562-1633), Professed Priest of the Jesuits (Spain - Bohol, Philippines)
  • Maddalena de la Concepcion (d. 1685), Professed Religious of the Colettine Poor Clare Nuns (Pampanga, Philippines)
  • Sebastiana de Jesus Salcedo (Sebastiana of Saint Mary) (ca. 1652-1692), Professed Religious of the Dominican Sisters of Saint Catherine of Siena (Manila, Philippines)
  • Lorenzo Gomez (d. 1702), Professed Religious of the Hospitaller Brothers of Saint John of God; Martyr (Granada, Spain - Ilocos Sur, Philippines)
  • Juan de Santo Domingo (1640-1726), Professed Priest of the Dominicans; Cofounder of the Dominican Sisters of Saint Catherine of Siena (Spain - Manila, Philippines)
  • Pedro Peláez Sebastián (1812-1863), Priest and Vicar Administrator of the Archdiocese of Manila; Reformer (Laguna - Manila, Philippines)
  • Margarita Roxas de Ayala (1826-1869), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Manila (Manila, Philippines)
  • Ines Barcelo Pages (Rita) (1843-1904), Founder of the Augustinian Sisters of Our Lady of Consolation (Barcelona, Spain - Manila, Philippines)
  • Víctor Baltanás Berceo (Víctor of Our Lady of the Rosary) (1869-1909), Professed Priest of the Augustinian Recollects; Martyr (La Rioja, Spain - Negros Occidental, Philippines)
  • Cristina Ventura Bautista (Asuncion) (1853-1923), Vowed Member of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul (Pampanga, Philippines)
  • Braulia de Santa Cruz de Rueda (1856-1930), Professed Religious of the Religious of the Virgin Mary (Bulacan - Manila, Philippines)
  • Fausta Labrador (1858-1942), Layperson of the Diocese of Lucena; Catechist (Quezon, Philippines)
  • Francis Douglas (1910-1943), Priest of the Missionary Society of Saint Columban; Martyr (Wellington, New Zealand - Laguna, Philippines)
  • James Paul McCloskey (1870-1945), Bishop of Jaro (Pennsylvania, USA - Iloilo, Philippines)
  • William Thomas Cummings (1903-1945), Priest of the Maryknoll Missionary Society; Martyr (California, USA - aboard a POW ship, between Taiwan and Japan)
  • Klara Lüken (Maria Clodesindis) (1880-1945), Professed Religious of the Missionary Benedictine Sisters of Tutzing; Martyr (Dortmund, Germany - Albay, Philippines)
  • William Kelley (Egbert Xavier) (1894-1945), Professed Religious of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers); Martyr (Wicklow, Ireland - Manila, Philippines)
  • Antoinette Kunkel (Hyacinth) (1898-1945), Professed Religious of the Maryknoll Sisters of Saint Dominic; Martyr (New York, USA - Benguet, Philippines)
  • Donato Guimbaolibot (1866-1949), Priest of the Diocese of Borongan (Eastern Samar, Philippines)
  • Aurora Antonia Aragon Molina de Quezon (1888-1949), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Cubao (Aurora - Nueva Ecija, Philippines)
  • Thomas Flynn (1908-1950), Priest of the Missionary Society of Saint Columban; Martyr (Clare, Ireland - Pangasinan, Philippines)
  • Elizabeth Masue Masuda Almazan (1901-1954), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Iba (Japan - Zambales, Philippines)
  • Marie-Victoire Pagot (Therese of Jesus) (Ma Mérè) (1882-1958), Professed Religious of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns (Loire-Atlantique, France- Batangas, Philippines)
  • Laura Latorre Mendoza (1877-1969), Widow; Cofounder of the Missionary Catechists of the Sacred Heart (Batangas, Philippines)
  • Nelson Javellana (1941-1971), Professed Priest of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate; Martyr (Negros Occidental - Maguindanao, Philippines)
  • Pedro Lerena y Lerena (1901-1972), Professed Priest of the Augustinian Recollects (Burgos, Spain - Cavite, Philippines)
  • Juan Nepomuceno (1892-1973) and Maria Teresa Gomez Nepomuceno (1893-1970), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of San Fernando (Pampanga, Philippines)
  • Maura Pelaez (Maura of the Sacred Heart) (1913-1974), Professed Religious of the Sisters of Saint Paul of Chartres (Manila, Philippines)
  • Santiago Arce (1937-1974), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Bangued; Martyr (Abra, Philippines)
  • Carlos Tayag (1942-1976), Professed Deacon of the Benedictines (Subiaco Congregation); Martyr (Pampanga - Manila, Philippines)
  • Purificacion Pedro (1948-1977), Layperson of the Diocese of Quezon City; Martyr (Ilocos Norte - Bataan, Philippines)
  • Andrea Montejo (Maria Andrea) (1894-1978), Professed Religious of the Religious of the Virgin Mary (Leyte - Manila, Philippines)
  • Conrado De la Cruz (1946-1980), Professed Priest of the Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (Scheut); Martyr (Benguet, Philippines - Guatemala City, Guatemala)
  • Godofredo Alingal (1922-1981), Professed Priest of the Jesuits; Martyr (Zamboanga del Norte - Bukidnon, Philippines)
  • Isagani Valle (1959-1983), Professed Religious of the Carmelites of the Ancient Observance; Martyr (Zamboanga del Sur - Agusan del Norte, Philippines)
  • Cassandra Martyrs of Charity (d. November 21, 1983), aboard the M/V Cassandra, off Camiguin, Philippines
    • Henrica Berentsen (Antoinette) (b. 1935), Professed Religious of the Sisters of the Christian Schools of Saint Julie Postel (Eibergenin, Netherlands)
    • Remedios Chuidian (Mary Consuelo) (b. 1937), Professed Religious of the Religious of the Good Shepherd (Manila, Philippines)
    • Lourdes Conti (Mary Concepcion) (b. 1937), Professed Religious of the Religious of the Good Shepherd (Batangas, Philippines)
    • Virginia Gonzaga (Mary Virginia) (b. 1941), Professed Religious of the Religious of the Good Shepherd (Negros Occidental, Philippines)
    • Lucinda Loreto (Mary Catherine) (b. 1944), Professed Religious of the Religious of the Good Shepherd (Manila, Philippines)
    • Amparo Gilbuena, Professed Religious of the Missionary Sisters of Mary (Philippines)
    • Josephine Medrano, Professed Religious of the Daughters of Mary of the Assumption (Philippines)
    • Jan Simon Westendorp (b. 1936), Professed Priest of the Carmelites of Ancient Observance (Hof van Twente, Netherlands)
    • Inocencio Ipong (b. 1945), Married Layperson of the Archdiocese of Cebu (North Cotabato, Philippines)
  • Sofronio Roxas (1938-1984), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Kidapawan; Martyr (Leyte - North Cotabato, Philippines)
  • Roderick Flores (1969-1984), Young Layperson of the Archdiocese of Manila (Mandaluyong, Philippines)
  • Tullio Favali (1946-1985), Priest of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions (Mantua, Italy - Cotabato, Philippines)
  • Rosaleo [Rudy] Romano (1940-1985), Professed Priest of the Redemptorists; Martyr (Manila - Cebu, Philippines)
  • Exequiel Barangan (1916-1987), Layperson of the Archdiocese of Cebu; Catechist; Founder of the Siervas de Nuestra Señora de la Paz (Cebu, Philippines)
  • Mario Estorba (1952-1988), Professed Priest of the Society of the Divine Word; Martyr (Bohol - Butuan, Philippines)
  • William Schmitz (Carl of the Sacred Heart of Jesus) (1917-1988), Professed Priest of the Passionists; Martyr (Illinois, USA - South Cotabato, Philippines)
  • Nery Lito Satur (1961-1991), Priest of the Diocese of Malaybalay; Martyr (Lanao del Norte - Bukidnon, Philippines)
  • Salvatore Carzedda (1943-1992), Priest of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions; Martyr (Nuoro, Italy - Zamboanga City, Philippines)
  • Victorina Vicente (Mary Therese) (1921-1995), Founder of the Sisters of the Holy Face of Jesus and the Adoration Sisters of the Holy Face of Jesus (Manila, Philippines)
  • Benjamin de Jesus (1940-1997), Professed Priest of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate; Apostolic Vicar of Jolo; Martyr (Metro Manila, Philippines - Sulu, Philippines)
  • Victoria Espejon (Mary Michael) (1961-1998), Professed Religious of the Missionary of Charity of Mother Teresa; Martyr (Surigao del Norte, Philippines - Al Hudaydah, Yemen)
  • Benjamin Inocencio (1958-2000), Professed Priest of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate; Martyr (Manila - Sulu, Philippines)
  • Rufus Halley (1944-2001), Priest of the Missionary Society of Saint Columban; Martyr (Waterford, Ireland - Lanao del Sur, Philippines)
  • Charles Van de Ouwelant (1911-2003), Professed Priest of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart; Bishop of Surigao; Founder (Zundert, Netherlands - Surigao, Philippines)
  • Zdislaw Kobak (Cantius) (1930-2004), Professed Priest of the Franciscan Friars Minor (Poland-Philippines-USA)
  • Marco Candelario Laspuna (1974-2005), Novice of the Missionaries of the Poor; Martyr (Zambales, Philippines - Kingston, Jamaica)
  • Justin Daniel Bataclan (1986-2007), Seminarian of the Society of Saint Paul (Paulines); Martyr (Cubao, Philippines)
  • Jesus Reynaldo Roda (1954-2008), Professed Priest of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate; Martyr (Cotabato - Sulu, Philippines)
  • Corazon Aquino (1933-2009), President of the Philippines; restored democracy in the Philippines (Tarlac, Philippines)
  • Joseph [Giuseppe] Aveni (1918-2010), Professed Priest of the Rogationists of the Heart of Jesus (Messina, Italy - Parañaque, Philippines)
  • Joseph Taschner (1921-2011), Professed Priest of the Society of the Divine Word; Cofounder of the Congregation of Mary, Consolatrix of the Eucharist (Germany-Philippines)
  • Fausto Tentorio (1952-2011), Priest of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions; Martyr (Lecco, Italy - Cotabato, Philippines)
  • Laureana (Luring) Franco (1936-2011), Layperson of the Archdiocese of Manila; Catechist (Manila, Philippines)
  • Margarita Guzon (Margarita of Jesus) (1932-2011), Professed Religious of the Daughters of Jesus [Hijas de Jesus] (Ilocos Norte - Rizal, Philippines)
  • Cyrish Magalang (1992-2012), Young Layperson of the Diocese of Imus; Martyr; Dubbed as the Pierina Morosini of the Philippines (Cavite, Philippines)
  • Leonor Cebrero (Elizabeth of the Sacred Heart) (1917-2012), Professed Religious of the Discalced Carmelite Nuns (Batangas, Philippines)
  • Jose Tomas Sanchez (1920-2012), Archbishop of Nueva Segovia; Cardinal (Catanduanes, Philippines - Rome, Italy - Manila, Philippines)
  • Araceli Inocencio (1922-2012), Married Layperson of the Diocese of Imus; Member of the Focolare Movement (Cavite, Philippines)
  • James Reuter (1916-2012), Professed Priest of the Jesuits (New Jersey, USA - Manila, Philippines)
  • Ivan Rolfe Banaag (2000-2013), Child of the Diocese of Kalookan; Member of the "Ave Maria" Community (Malabon, Philippines)
  • Julio Xavier Labayen (1926-2016), Prelate of Infanta; Founder of the Disciples of Mary (Alagad ni Maria) (Negros Occidental - Cebu, Philippines)
  • Ricardo Tito Vidal (1931-2017), Archbishop of Cebu; Cardinal (Marinduque - Cebu, Philippines)
  • Mark Ventura (1981-2018), Priest of the Archdiocese of Tuguegarao; Martyr (Cagayan, Philippines)

Group Martyrs[edit]

This sections conclude the list of martyrs pending for the Cause for Sainthood. Majority of them are underway for canonization proposed by the CCS.

  • Jesuit Martyrs in Micronesia, Jesuit and lay missionaries in Guam and the Federated States of Micronesia who died for the christian faith and mission. Companion martyrs of Saint Pedro Calungsod and Blessed Diego de San Virotes.
    • Luis de Medina
    • Hipolito de la Cruz
    • Lorenzo
    • Diego Bazan
    • Damian Bernal
    • Nicolas de Figueroa
    • Francisco Esquerra
    • Pedro Diaz
    • Antonio Maria de San Basilio
    • Sebasian de Monroy
    • Andrés de la Cruz
    • Manuel Solorzano
    • Juan de los Reyes
    • Balthasar Dubois
    • Teofilo de Angelis
    • Felipe Songsong
    • Unnamed companions
  • De La Salle Martyrs of 1945, The Companion Martyrs of Bro. William Kelley (Egbert Xavier). All Professed Religious' of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (De La Salle Brothers)
    • John Concoran (Flavius Leo)
      • Born: June 13, 1876 - Castlecomer, Kilkenny, Ireland
    • Wilhelm Hengelbrock (Mutwald William)
      • Born: November 10, 1907 - Osnabruck, Germany
    • Alois Seipel (Paternus Paul)
      • Born: March 21, 1908 - Marborn, Steinau an der Strasse, Main-Kinzig, Germany
    • Wilhelm Spieker (Arkadius Maria)
      • Born: November 10, 1910 - Kassel, Germany
    • Joseph Hastreiter (Gerfreid Joseph)
      • Born: August 23, 1912 - Furth im Wald, Cham, Germany
    • Lorenz Kreitner (Hartmann Hubert)
      • Born: October 23, 1912 - Mannheim, Germany
    • Johann Nepomuk Meier (Maximin Maria)
      • Born: September 30, 1913 - Frommersbach, Zerf, Trier-Saarburg, Germany
    • Hermann Joseph Gelb (Berthwin Philibert)
      • Born: October 13, 1913 - Hockenheim, Rhein-Neckar-Kreis, Germany
    • Helmut Jakob Wegner (Romuald Suxtus)
      • Born: August 29, 1914 - Ludwigshafen, Germany
    • Gyula Miklos (De La Salle Janos Baptista)
      • Born: 1918 - Budapest, Hungary
    • Johannes Kuntz (Freidebert Johannes)
      • Born: July 15, 1915 - Rheinfelden, Lorrach, Germany
    • Ernst Kammerling (Lambert Romanus)
      • Born: April 28, 1917 - Erkelenz, Heinsburg, Germany
    • Alfons Bender (Adolf Gebhard)
      • Born: May 12, 1914 - Herdorf, Altenkirchen, Germany
    • Joseph Biely (Alemond Lucian)
      • Born: 1917 - Slovak Republic
    • Konrad Wehle (Viktorinus Heinrich)
      • Born: November 21, 1914 - Grunmettstetten, Freudenstadt, Germany
      • Died: February 12, 1945 - Malate, Manila, Philippines
  • Religious Martyrs of Santo Tomas, professed religious' of the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Holy Spirit, martyred on March 15, 1945.
    • Anna Unterscher (Adelheida)
      • Born: July 27, 1898 - Höhenmoos, Rohrdorf, Rosenheim, Germany
    • Margareta Nieder (Aloysius)
      • Born: March 16, 1903 - Illingen, Neurkirchen, Germany
    • Agnes Hoffman (Ansberta)
      • Born: December 07, 1903 - Answeiler, Marpingen, Sankt Wendel, Germany
    • Paula Diancourt (Benedicta)
      • Born: October 6, 1899 - Dortmund, Erzdiözese Paderborn, Germany [1]
    • Maria Weisert (Bernia)
      • Born: April 08, 1907 - Sigmaringen, Germany
    • Palmaria Molina (Celia)
      • Born: December 02, 1908 - Tayum, Abra, Philippines
    • Petronilla Arjonilla Coral (Cesaria)
      • Born: April 29, 1907 - Mérida, Yucátan, Mexico
    • Maria Klara Schnettler (Cleophana)
      • Born: July 14, 1898 - Hagen, Germany
    • Sophie Hörth (Franciscetta)
      • Born: July 15, 1903 - Neusatz, Bühl, Germany
    • Maria Piebler (Gumberta)
      • Born: August 30, 1911 - Waidhofen an der Ybbs, Austria
    • Elisabet Faulstich (Isburga)
      • Born: September 20, 1908 - Cologne, Germany
    • Elisabeth Maria Anna Hartelt (Passima)
      • Born: July 15, 1903 - Niesse, Opole, Poland
    • Elisabeth Schofs (Placida)
      • Born: July 15, 1884 - Tönisvorst, Viersen, Germany
    • Margarete Mzyk (Richarde)
      • Born: April 03, 1910 - Königshütte, Poland
    • Bernardina Jurcovic (Victimaria)
      • Born: October 25, 1913 - Vištuk, Pezinok, Slovakia
      • Died: March 15, 1945 in Santo Tomas, Batangas, Philippines
  • Vincentian Martyrs of the Philippines, priests and religious' of the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)
    • Alfonso Sandaña Díez, priest
      • Born: January 06, 1884 - Tardajos, Burgos, Spain
      • Died: September 20, 1942 - Mantalongon, Dalaguete, Cebu, Philippines
    • Aniano González Moreno, priest
      • Born: April 25, 1890 - Isar, Burgos, Spain
      • Died: October 21, 1944 - Baguio, Philippines
    • Prisciano González Moreno, priest
      • Born: October 12, 1885 - Isar, Burgos, Spain
    • Crispín Gómez Vallejo, priest
      • Born: December 04, 1895 - Hontauas, Burgos, Spain
    • Rafael Martínez Rojo, brother
      • Born: October 24, 1876 - Ferrero, León, Spain
    • Gumersindo Novero, seminarian
      • Born: in Cavite, Philippines
      • Died: February 08, 1945 - Mandaluyong, Manila, Philippines
    • José Tejada Merino, priest
      • Born: March 18, 1892 - Covarrubias, Burgos, Spain
    • Luis Ejeda Martínez, priest
      • Born: August 18, 1881 - Albarracin, Teruel, Spain
    • Adolfo Soto de Celis, priest
      • Born: March 17, 1884 - Rebolledo, Burgos, Spain
    • Julio Ruiz Sánchez, priest
      • Born: May 22, 1890 - Villarodrigo, Palencia, Spain
    • José Fernández Fernández, priest
      • Born: October 24, 1891 - Madrid, Spain
    • José Aguirreche Aguirre, priest
      • Born: August 27, 1891 - Régil, Guipúzcoa, Spain
    • Antolín Marcos Pardo, brother
      • Born: September 01, 1879 - Pedrosa de Río Úrbel, Burgos, Spain
    • Valentín Santidrián Bermejo, brother
      • Born: February 12, 1901 - Villadiego, Burgos, Spain
    • Gregorio Induráin Echarte, brother
      • Born: 1870 - Ozcoidi, Urraúl, Alto, Navarra, Spain
    • Alejandro García García, brother
    • Jerónimo Pampliega Melgosa, priest
      • Born: in Rabé de las Calzadas, Burgos, Spain
      • Died: February 19, 1945 - Intramuros, Manila, Philippines
    • Anselmo Andrés, priest

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moll, Helmut (2015). ZEUGEN FÜR CHRISTUS (Helmut Moll ed.). FERDINAND SCHÖNINGH. p. 1597. ISBN 978-3-506-78080-5. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Moll, Helmut. ZEUGEN FÜR CHRISTUS (Das deutsche Martyrologium

des 20. Jahrhunderts), 2015. ISBN 978-3-506-78080-5.

  • facebook: Friends of Bro. Richie Fernando, SJ (group page)