Sunday, August 24, 2008

Catholic Wonderworkers: 19th Century

19th Century
St. Andrew Hubert Fournet of France (priest founder of Daughters of the Cross of Saint Andrew) [12/6/1752-5/13/1834] - (1) posthumously multiplied food for congregation sisters and those they cared for during crises
Bl. Angela Truszkowska (Zofia Kamila Truszkowska: Franciscan tertiary nun) [5/16/1825-10/10/1899] - (1) in the cathedral of Cologne God told her she was meant to serve the poor

Bl. Anna Maria Gesualda Antonia Taigi () [5/29/1769-6/9/1837] - (1) incorruptible body found 18 years after her repose; (2) prophecy; (3) frequent visions; (4) frequent ecstasies
Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerich (Anna Katharina Emmerick: Augustinian nun) [9/8/1774-2/9/1824] – (1) stigmata; (2) ecstasies; (3)

Bl. Anne Mary Javouhney (co-foundress of the Congregation of Saint Joseph of Cluny) [11/10/1779-7/15/1851] - (1)

Bl. Annunciata Cocchetti (teacher & foundress of the Sisters of St. Dorothea in Cemmo) [5/9/1800-3/23/1882] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 7/10/1990
St. Anthony Mary Claret () [12/23/1807-10/24/1870] - (1) prophecy; (2) other miracles

St. Anthony Mary Pucci of Italy (Eustacchio Pucci: Servite priest) [4/16/1818-1/12/1892] - (1) miracles at his tomb

Bl. Anton Martin Slomsek of Slovenia () [11/26/1800-9/24/1862] - (1)

Bl. Antonio Rosmini-Serbati (priest & philosopher) [3/24/1797-7/1/1855] - (1) posthumous 1/6/1927 sudden healing of the terminal pelvic-pulmonary tuberculosis of Sr. Lodovica Noè of Milan [9/12/1879-12/4/1957] when she touched his image confirmed by CCS & HH B16 on 6/1/2007

Bl. Arnold Reche of France (Nicholas-Jules Rèche: ) [9/2/1838-10/23/1890] - (1)

Bl. August Czartoryski (blue-blooded Salesian priest) [8/2/1858-4/8/1893] - (1) appeared in a prophetic vision to St. John Bosco long before they met; (2) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2003
St. Bartholomea Capitano of Lovere (co-foundress of Sisters of Charity of Lovere) [1807-7/26/1836] - (1)

Bl. Basil Anthony Mary Moreau (co-founder of the Congregation of the Holy Cross) [2/11/1799-1/20/1873] - (1) on 4/28/2006 CCS & HH B16 confirmed that in 1948 he posthumously cured a Canadian woman of pleuritis of the left lung
St. Benedicta Cambiagio Frassinello of Italy (chaste wife who became nun & co-foundress of the Congregation of the Benedictine Sisters of Divine Providence) [10/2/1791-3/21/1858] - (1) in 1826 St. Jerome Emiliani posthumously appeared to her and cured her terminal illness after she promised him that she would care for girls whose lives were at risk; (2) "profound mystical experience" at age 20 that instilled a desire for religious life; (3) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2001
St. Benildus of France (Pierre Romançon: De La Salle Brother catechist & teacher) [6/14/1805-8/13/1862] - (1)

St. Bernadette Soubirous (Maria Bernada Sobirós: Lourdes Marian visionary) [1/7/1844-4/16/1879] – (1) ; (2) body found incorrupt upon 1909 and 1919 exhumations
Bl. Caterina Cittadini (teacher & foundress of the Ursuline Sisters of Somasca) [9/28/1801-5/5/1857] - (1) in 1842 St. Jerome Emiliani, to whom Bl. Caterina had a special devotion, posthumously cured her of a terminal illness; (2) posthumous miraculous healing of Samuel Piovani confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/1999
St. Caterina Volpicelli of Naples (blue-blooded Franciscan tertiary nun & foundress of the Institute of Handmaidens of the Sacred Heart) [1/21/1839-12/28/1894] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 6/28/1999; (2) another posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & HH B16 on 12/6/2008
Bl. Catherine Jarrige the Confessor of Cantal (Dominican tertiary nun) [10/4/1754-7/4/1836] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 6/25/1996
St. Charbel Maklouf (مار شربل, b. Youssef Antoun Makhlouf: Maronite monk) [5/8/1828-12/24/1898] – (1) incorrupt body; (2) holy relics secreted sweat and blood in 1927 and 1950; (3) divine light around his grave a few months after his repose; (4) healing of Sister Mary Abel Kamari of the Two Sacred Hearts; (5) healing of Iskandar Naim Obeid from Baabdat; (6) healing of Mariam Awad from Hammana; (7) he and St. Maron appeared to her in a dream on 1/22/1993 and one did surgery on her neck while the other held her up with a pillow, she woke up with two wounds in her neck and was completely healed from paralysis and able to walk, then the next night St. Sharbel appeared to her in another dream and told her, "I made you the surgery to let people see and return to faith. I ask you to visit the hermitage on the 22nd of every month, and attend Mass regularly for the rest of your life"
St. Charles of Mount Argus () [12/11/1821-1/5/1893] - (1)

Bl. Chavara Kuriakose Elias (first Superior General of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate) [†1/3/1871] - (1)

Bl. Clare Dina Bosatta () [5/27/1858-4/20/1887] - (1)

St. Clelia Barbieri (foundress of the Congregation of Minims of the Sorrowful Mother) [2/13/1847-7/13/1870] - (1) ; (2) ; (3)

St. Conrad of Parzham () [12/22/1818-4/21/1894] - (1)

St. Damien the Leper of Molokai (Apostle to the Lepers & priest of Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary and of the Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament of the Altar) [1/3/1840-4/15/1889] - (1) ; (2)
St. Daniel Comboni of Italy () [3/15/1831-10/10/1881] - (1)

Bl. Domenico Lentini () [†2/25/1828] - (1)

Bl. Dominic Barberi (Passionist Confessor and missionary to England) [6/22/1792-8/27/1849] - (1) incorrupt body
St. Dominic Savio the Confessor of Piedmont () [4/2/1842-3/9/1857] - (1)

Bl. Edmund Bojanowski of Poland (blue-blooded seminarian & founder of the Congregation of the Servants of the Immaculate Virgin Mary) [11/14/1814-8/7/1871] - (1)

Bl. Edward Ignatius Rice () [6/1/1762-8/29/1844] - (1)

St. Egidius Maria Pontillo (Francis Dominic Anthony Paschal Pontillo: ) [11/16/1729-2/7/1812] - (1)

Bl. Elisabeth Vendramini () [4/9/1790-4/2/1860] - (1)

Bl. Elizabeth Canori Mora () [11/21/1774-2/4/1825] - (1)

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (foundress) [8/28/1774-1/4/1821] - (1) ; (2) ; (3)

Bl. Emilie Tavernier Gamelin of Montreal (foundress & Mother Superior of the Sisters of Providence) [2/19/1800-9/23/1851] - (1)

Bl. Emily d'Oultremont van der Linden d'Hooghvorst of Belgium () [10/11/1818-2/22/1878] - (1)

Bl. Émilie Tavernier Gamelin of Montreal () [2/19/1800-9/23/1851] - (1) posthumously cured a terminally ill 13-year-old

St. Eugene de Mazenod () [8/1/1782-5/21/1861] - (1) incorrupt body found on 12/12/1936, 75 years after his repose; (2)

St. Francis Xavier Bianchi () [1743-1/31/1815] - (1)

Bl. Francis Faà di Bruno of Italy [3/29/1825-3/27/1888] - (1)

Bl. Francis Palau y Quer of Aythona (Carmelite priest & preacher who founded the Congregation of the Carmelite Brothers & the Congregation of the Carmelite Sisters) [12/29/1811-3/20/1872] - (1)

Bl. Francis Xavier Seelos () [1/11/1819-10/4/1867] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Francisca Anna Cirer Carbonell () [6/1/1781-2/26/1855] - (1) - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 11/28/1988

Bl. Francisco Coll Guitart () [5/18/1812-4/2/1875] - (1)

Bl. Frédèric Ozanam () [4/23/1813-9/8/1853] - (1)

St. Gabriel of Assisi of Our Lady of Sorrows (Francesco Possenti: Passionist clerical student) [3/1/1838-2/27/1862] - (1) many posthumous miracles; (2) posthumously cured St. Gemma Galgani when she prayed to him

St. Gaetano Errico of Secondigliano () [10/19/1791-10/29/1860] - (1) ; (2)

St. Gaspar Bertoni (priest who founded Congregation of the Sacred Stigmata of Our Lord Jesus Christ) [10/9/1777-6/12/1853] - (1) incorrupt body; (2)

St. Gaspare Bufalo ( & Hammer of Italian Freemasonry) [1/6/1786-12/28/1837] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Giacomo Cusmano of Palermo () [3/15/1834-3/14/1888] - (1)

St. Giles Mary-of-Saint-Joseph () [11/16/1729-2/7/1812] - (1)

Bl. Giovanni Antonio Farina () [1/11/1803-3/4/1888] - (1)

Bl. Giuseppe Benedetto Dusmet of Sicily (Benedictine archbishop of Catania & cardinal-priest of San Pudenziana) [8/15/1818-4/4/1894] - (1)

Bl. Ignatius Falzon () [7/1/1813-7/1/1865] - (1)

St. Innocent of Berzo (Capuchin priest) [1844-3/3/1890] - (1) posthumously cured terminally ill children

Bl. Jacques Laval ( : & Apostle of Mauritius) [9/18/1803-9/9/1864] - (1)

St. Jean-Gabriel Perboyre of France () [1/6/1802-9/11/1840] - (1)

Bl. Johannes Antonius Farina of Vicenza (bishop & one of the Holy Fathers of Vatican I) [1/11/1803-3/4/1888] - (1)

St. John Bosco (Giovanni Melchiorre Bosco) [8/16/1815-1/31/1888] – (1) resurrecting the dead; (2) incorrupt body; (3) levitation; (4) had dreams and prophesied deaths of King Victor Emmanuel II's mother, wife, infant son, and only brother; (5) in 1871-1872 dreamt about Argentina and individual Indians of Patagonia whom he later evangelized; (6)
Bl. John Lantrua of Triora (Franciscan martyr under the Chinese yoke) [3/15/1760-7/2/1816] - (1) ; (2)

St. John Nepomucene Neumman (Jan Nepomucký Neumann: Fourth Bishop of Philadelphia) [3/28/1811-1/5/1860] - (1)

Ven. John Henry Newman (cardinal who authored groundbreaking work on doctrinal development) [2/21/1801-8/11/1890] - (1)
St. John Vianney (Jean Baptiste Marie Vianney: Confessor and parish priest of Ars) [5/8/1786-8/4/1859] - (1) incorrupt body found 45 years after his repose; (2)
Bl. Josefa Naval Girbés (nun of The Carmelite Third Order of Our Lady of Mount Caramel and St. Teresa of Jesus) [12/11/1820-2/24/1893] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 9/1/1988

St. Joseph Cafasso () [1/15/1811-1/23/1860] - (1)

St. Joseph Benedict Cottolengo () [1786-4/30/1842] - (1)

Bl. Joseph Benedict Dusmet () [8/15/1818-4/4/1894] - (1)

St. Joseph Marello (bishop of Acqui) [12/26/1844-5/30/1895] - (1)

Bl. Joseph Anthony Tovini () [3/14/1841-1/16/1897] - (1)

Bl. Joseph Olallo Valdés () [2/12/1820-3/7/1889] - (1)

St. Joseph de Veuster (to be canonized 10/11/2009) [1/3/1840-4/15/1889] - (1) ; (2)

St. Joseph Zhang Dapeng of China (martyr) [1754-2/2/1815] - (1)

Bl. Josepha Naval Girbes of Algemesi (virgin member of the Third Order Secular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel and Saint Teresa of Jesus) [12/11/1820-2/24/1893] - (1)

St. Julia Billiart () [7/12/1751-4/8/1816] - (1)

Bl. Leopold of Gaiche () [10/30/1732-4/2/1815] - (1)

Bl. Louis of Casoria () [3/11/1814-3/30/1885] - (1)

Bl. Louise Poloni of Verona () [1/26/1802-11/11/1855] - (1)

Bl. Ludovico Pavoni () [9/11/1784-4/1/1849] - (1)

Bl. Luigi Biraghi () [11/2/1801-5/28/1879] - (1)

St. Luigi Scrosoppi of Udine () [8/4/1804-4/3/1884] - (1)

St. Madeline Sophie Barat () [12/12/1779-5/25/1865] - (1) incorrupt body

St. Marcelino Champagnat (priest founder of the Little Brothers of Mary) [5/20/1789-6/6/1840] - (1)

Bl. Margareta Bays () [9/8/1815-6/27/1879] - (1)

Bl. Maria Dominica Brun Barbantini of Lucca () [1/17/1789-5/22/1868] - (1)

Bl. Maria Anna Blondin of Quebec (Esther Blondin: foundress of the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Anne) [4/18/1809-1/2/1890] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 6/28/1999

Bl. Maria Gabriela Magdalen of Canossa () [3/1/1774-5/8/1835] - (1)

Bl. Maria del Carmen of the Child Jesus (María del Carmen González-Ramos García-Prieto of Antequera: foundress of the Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart) [6/30/1834-11/9/1899] - (1)

Bl. Maria Teresa Haze (virgin foundress of the Congregation of the Daughters of the Cross) [2/27/1782-1/7/1876] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 1/22/1991

Bl. Maria de Mattias () [2/4/1805-8/20/1866] - (1)

St. Maria Mazzarello () [5/9/1837-5/14/1881] – (1) incorrupt body
Bl. Maria Louise Merkert of Nysa (nun co-foundress of the Sisters of Saint Elizabeth) [9/27/1817-11/14/1872] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & HH B16 on 6/1/2007

St. María Rosa Molas y Vallvé (Rosa Francisca María de los Dolores: virgin Foundress of the Sisters of Consolation) [3/24/1815-6/11/1876] - (1) ; (2) posthumously cured Ms. Elvira Ruiz; (3) posthumously cured Mother Sagrario Lopez; (4) 1981 posthumously interceded so that five-year-old William could graft and recover recover sensation in the decaying left pinky finger bitten off by a piranha

Bl. Maria Adeodata Pisani () [12/29/1806-2/25/1855] - (1)

Bl. Maria Carmela González Ramos of Spain () [6/30/1834-11/9/1899] - (1)

Bl. Maria Repetto () [11/1/1807-1/6/1890] - (1)

Bl. Maria Teresa Scrilli of Jesus (Italian foundress of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mount Carmel) [5/15/1825-11/14/1889] - (1) bedridden for two years but cured by a vision of St. Florentius the Martyr (†10/10/303), to whom she prayed; (2) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & HH B16 on 12/19/2005

Bl. Maria Teresa Scherer () [10/31/1825-6/16/1888] - (1)

Bl. Maria Droste de Vischering of the Divine Heart () [9/8/1863-6/8/1899] - (1)

Bl. Marianus of Roccacasale (Dominic di Nicol Antonio: ) [1/14/1778-5/31/1866] - (1)

Bl. Marie Rivier () [10/19/1768-2/3/1838] - (1)

Bl. Marie-Céline of the Presentation (Poor Clare nun) [5/24/1878-5/30/1897] - (1)

St. Marie-Eugénie de Jésus () [1817-3/10/1898] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Marta le Bouteiller (Amata Adele le Bouteille: ) [12/2/1816-3/18/1883] - (1)

Bl. Mary Deluil-Martiny () [5/28/1841-2/27/1884] - (1)

Bl. Mary Anne Mogas Fontcuberta () [7/13/1827-7/3/1886] - (1)

Bl. Mary of Jesus Crucified () [1/5/1846-8/26/1878] - (1)

Bl. Mary Catherine Kasper () [5/26/1820-2/2/1898] - (1)

Bl. Mary Magdalene Sordini () [4/16/1770-4/29/1824] - (1)

Bl. Mary-Teresa de Soubiran () [5/16/1834-6/7/1889] - (1)

Bl. Nuntius Sulprizio () [4/13/1817-5/5/1836] - (1) incorrupt body; (2)

Paul the Wonderworker of Moll (Francis Luyck: Benedictine hieromonk) [3/7/1824-2/24/1896] - (1) body found incorrupt in 7/1899, three years after his repose; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5); (6) ; (7) ; (8)
Bl. Paul Josef Nardini (priest) [7/5/1821-1/27/1862] - (1)

St. Paula Frassinetti () [3/3/1809-6/11/1882] - (1) incorrupt body found in 1906, 24 years after her repose; (2) ; (3)

St. Paula Montal Fornés De San José De Calasanz () [10/11/1799-2/26/1889] - (1) ; (2)

Ven. Pauline-Marie Jaricot () [7/22/1799-1/9/1862] - (1)

Bl. Peter Donders () [10/27/1809-1/14/1887] - (1)

Bl. Peter Francis Jamet of France () [9/13/1762-1/12/1845] - (1)

St. Peter Ou of China (martyr) [1768-11/7/1814] - (1)

Bl. Pierre Bonhomme of Gramat () [7/4/1803-9/9/1861] - (1) ; (2)

Pope Bl. Pius IX (Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti: defined Papal Infallibility and Immaculate Conception!) [5/13/1792-2/7/1878] – (1) incorrupt body;
Bl. Rosalie Rendu () [9/9/1786-2/7/1856] - (1)

St. Rose Philippine Duchesne of Grenoble () [8/29/1769-11/18/1852] - (1)

Bl. Scubilion Rousseau (Jean-Baptiste Bernard Rousseau: ) [3/22/1797-4/13/1867] - (1)

Bl. Teresa Louise Montaignac of Chauvance () [1820-1885] - (1)

St. Theodora Guerin of France (Anne-Thérèse Guérin: ) [10/2/1798-5/14/1856] - (1)

St. Théophane Vénard (martyr) [1829-2/2/1861] - (1)

St. Therese of Lisieux () [1/2/1873-9/30/1897] - (1)

Bl. Thomas Mary Fusco () [12/1/1831-2/24/1891] - (1)

St. Valentin Faustino Berri Ochoa (Dominican coadjutor vicar apostolic of Central Tonking, titular bishop of Centuria, & martyr of Vietnam) [2/14/1827-11/1/1861] - (1)

Bl. Victoire Rasoamanarivo of Anatanarivo, Madagascar (widowed convert & Steadfast Pillar of the Malagasy Church) [1848-8/21/1894] - (1)

St. Vincent Pallotti () [4/21/1795-1/22/1850] - (1)

St. Vincent Strambi () [1745-1/1/1824] - (1)

Bl. William Joseph Chaminade () [4/8/1761-1/22/1850] - (1)

Bl. Zephyrinus Agostini of Verona () [9/24/1813-4/6/1896] - (1)

St. Zygmunt Szcensy Felinski () [11/1/1822-9/17/1895] - (1)

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