Sanctity in the Salesians

SAINTS

Mama Margaret a True Salesian Hero

It has been 150 years since Mama Margaret died. The intensity of her virtue has been recognized by the church, and she has been declared a servant of God.

This year our Rector Major, Fr. Pascual Chavez, SDB, has asked that the Salesian family pray fervently for her cause of beatification and canonization. We invite you to join in this prayer.

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  1. St John Bosco (Canonized: 1934)
  2. St Mary D. Mazzarello (1951)
  3. St Dominic Savio (1954)
  4. St Louis Versiglia (2000)
  5. St Callistus Caravario (2000)
    BLESSEDS
  6. Bl. Michael Rua (Beatified: 1972)
  7. Bl. Laura Vicuna (1988)
  8. Bl. Philip Rinaldi (1990)
  9. Bl. Maddalena Morano (1994)
  10. Bl. Joseph Kowalski and 5 young men (1999)
  11. Bl. Joseph Calasanz and 31 companions(2001)
  12. Bl. Louis Variara (2002)
  13. Bl. Artemides Zatti (2002)
  14. Bl. Maria Romero Meneses (2002)
  15. Bl. Augustus Czartoryski (2004)
  16. Bl. Eusebia Palomino (2004)
  17. Bl. Alexandrina M. da Costa (2004)
  18. Bl. Bronislao Markiewicz (2005)
    Venerables
  19. Ven. Andrew Beltrami
  20. Ven. Teresa Valsè Pantellini
  21. Ven. Dorothy Chopitea
  22. Ven. Vincent Cimatti
  23. Ven. Simon Srugi
  24. Ven. Rudolf Komorek
  25. Ven. Louis Olivares
    SERVANTS OF GOD Awaiting examination of “Positio super vita et virtutibus”or “super martyrio” for:
  26. Laura Meozzi, fma (Polonia)
  27. Mamma Margaret (Italia)
  28. Attilio Giordani (Italia)
    Drawing up of “Positio super vita et virtutibus” for:
  29. Augustus Hlond (Polonia)
  30. Ignatius Stuchly (Reppublica Ceca)
  31. Anthony Lustosa de Almeida (Brasile)
  32. Ottavio Ortiz (Perù).
  33. Joseph Augusto Arribat (Francia).
  34. Francis Convertini (India).
    Beginning of the diocesan process:
  35. Matilde Salem (Siria).
  36. Charles Della Torre (Thailandia).
  37. Jan Swierc e 8 compagni (martiri polacchi del 1941-1942).
  38. Stephen Ferrando (India).
  39. José Vandor (Cuba).