Child saint


Child saint

Child saints are children and adolescents who died or were martyred and have been declared saints or martyrs of the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Coptic Orthodox, Anglican, Episcopalian, or Lutheran Churches or have been beatified or venerated by those churches.

Contents

List of child saints

See also

References

  1. ^ ~ Martyrs during the French Revolution (5) ~ († 1792-1799): Louise Minaud and 109 Infant and Child Companions from Les Lucs in the Diocese of Luçon
  2. ^ ~ 1924 ~
  3. ^ (Italian) Saint Agatha
  4. ^ (Italian) Venerable Agnes of Bavaria
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa Cruz, Joan Carroll. Saintly Youth of Modern Times. Our Sunday Visitor, Inc. pp. 222. ISBN 159276004X. 
  6. ^ (Italian) Servant of God Aldo Blundo
  7. ^ (Italian) Servant of God Aldo Marcozzi
  8. ^ ~1943~
  9. ^ (Italian) Blessed Andreas (Oxner) of Rinn
  10. ^ ~ 1911 ~
  11. ^ a b ~1963~
  12. ^ a b c d e f ~ 1944 ~
  13. ^ a b c ~ 1941 ~
  14. ^ ~ 1930 ~
  15. ^ ~ 1869 ~
  16. ^ ~ 1648 ~
  17. ^ ~1980~
  18. ^ (Italian) Servant of God Carlo Grisolia
  19. ^ ~1928~
  20. ^ (Italian) Venerable Cecilia Eusepi
  21. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Ball, Ann. Young Faces of Holiness: Modern Saints in Photos and Words. Our Sunday Visitor, Inc. pp. 236. ISBN 1931709556. 
  22. ^ ~1995~
  23. ^ ~ 1917 ~
  24. ^ Catholic.net - May 29 -- Saint Cyril of Caesarea
  25. ^ Saint Dentlin of Soignies
  26. ^ Venerable Domenico Blasucci
  27. ^ (Italian) Venerable Domenico Blasucci
  28. ^ (Italian) Venerable Francesco Maria Castelli
  29. ^ Saint Fusca of Ravenna
  30. ^ ~1897~
  31. ^ (Italian) Venerable Galileo Nicolini
  32. ^ (Italian) Servant of God Gustavo Maria Bruni
  33. ^ Religion: Saintly Children from Time Magazine, January 20, 1936. Retrieved on January 7, 2010.
  34. ^ Saint Sicaire One of the Holy Innocents killed on the orders of Herod I.
  35. ^ ~1903~
  36. ^ ~1903~
  37. ^ (Italian) Blessed Marie-Céline of the Presentation
  38. ^ a b ~ 1918 ~
  39. ^ ~ Martyrs of Guatemala ~ (†1980-91)
  40. ^ Saint Justin of Paris
  41. ^ ~1981~
  42. ^ (Italian) Blessed Lorenzino Sossio da Marostica
  43. ^ Saint Margaret of Louvain
  44. ^ a b ~1940~
  45. ^ ~1982~
  46. ^ Saint Martialis
  47. ^ a b c d e f g h i ~ Martyrs of China (1) ~ Canonized Martyrs († 1648-1930)
  48. ^ a b ~ Martyrs of China (3) ~ Boxer Rebellion († 1900)
  49. ^ a b ~ Martyrs Killed In Odium Fidei under Communist Regimes ~ in Eastern Europe (6)
  50. ^ ~ Martyrs Killed In Odium Fidei under Communist Regimes ~ in Eastern Europe (5)
  51. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj Twenty-Six Martyrs Museum Home Page Names are according to known records.
  52. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s ~ Martyrs of Japan (3) ~ († 1603-39)
  53. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u Martyrs of Japan († 1597-1637) (II) The Romanization of Japanese names are taken from Juan Ruiz de Medina’s El Martirologio del Japón (Rome: Institutum Historicum S.I., 1999). The author used the Modified Hepburn System (Hebon-shiki) in the transliteration. The names in Japanese characters (using katakana for the Christian name and kanji for the surname) are enclosed in brackets.
  54. ^ a b c d Martyrs of Japan († 1597-1637) (I)
  55. ^ a b c d MARTYRS OF KOREA († 1791-1888) (I)
  56. ^ a b c d e f Martyrs of Korea († 1791-1888) (II)
  57. ^ 시복시성 주교특별위원회 - 한국천주교주교회의
  58. ^ ~ Martyrs of Laos ~ (†1954-70)
  59. ^ a b c d e f Martyrs Killed In Odium Fidei by the Nazis During the Second World War (III)
  60. ^ a b c d e f (Italian) Servants of God Józef and Wiktoria Ulma and their children
  61. ^ ~ Martyrs Killed In Odium Fidei by the Nazis (1) ~ (†1939-45)
  62. ^ ~ Martyrs Killed In Odium Fidei by the Nazis (2) ~ (†1939-45)
  63. ^ a b MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR († 1934, 36-39) (LVIII)
  64. ^ a b c d e f g h i j ~ Martyrs of the Religious Persecution during the Spanish Civil War (50) ~ (†1934, 1936-39)
  65. ^ a b c d e f ~ Martyrs of the Religious Persecution during the Spanish Civil War (54) ~ (†1934, 1936-39)
  66. ^ a b c d e f g h i j ~ Martyrs of the Religious Persecution during the Spanish Civil War (49) ~ (†1934, 1936-39)
  67. ^ a b c d e MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR († 1934, 36-39) (LI)
  68. ^ MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR († 1934, 36-39) (XLVI)
  69. ^ ~ Martyrs of the Religious Persecution during the Spanish Civil War (36) ~ (†1934, 1936-39)
  70. ^ ~ Martyrs of the Religious Persecution during the Spanish Civil War (22) ~ (†1934, 1936-39)
  71. ^ MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR († 1934, 36-39) (XXXIX)
  72. ^ a b MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR († 1934, 36-39) (LII)
  73. ^ a b MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR († 1934, 36-39) (XLII)
  74. ^ MARTYRS OF THE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR († 1934, 36-39) (XXVI)
  75. ^ ~ Martyrs of the Religious Persecution during the Spanish Civil War (10) ~ (†1934, 1936-39)
  76. ^ Cristobal and Two Companion Child Martyrs of Tlaxcala
  77. ^ Blessed Antonio of Tlaxcala
  78. ^ Martyrs of Uganda († 1885-87)
  79. ^ ~ Martyrs of Vietnam (2) ~ († 1745-1862)
  80. ^ ~ Martyrs of Vietnam (1) ~ († 1745-1862)
  81. ^ Saint Matrona of Barcelona
  82. ^ ~ 1836 ~
  83. ^ Blessed Panacea de'Muzzi of Quarona
  84. ^ St. Pothinus
  85. ^ Italian girl who died aged six is set to be made youngest ever saint by Vatican
  86. ^ History: 2nd Century - Phatmass Phorum - Catholic Forum and Community
  87. ^ ~1996~
  88. ^ (Italian) Saint Richard of Pontoise
  89. ^ a b c The Attitude of the Catholic Church towards Jewish Ritual Murder
  90. ^ (Italian) Blessed Rudolph of Berne
  91. ^ Saint Solange of Bourges
  92. ^ (Italian) Blessed Theresa of Jesus
  93. ^ Saint Tremorus of Brittany
  94. ^ ~ 1942 ~
  95. ^ Saint Victalicus
  96. ^ ~ 1939 ~
  97. ^ (German) Werner von Oberwesel

Further reading

  • Guiley, Rosemary (2001). The Encyclopedia of Saints. Facts on File. ISBN 0-8160-4133-4. 
  • Bunson, Matthew, Margaret Bunson and Stephen Bunson (2003). Our Sunday Visitor's Encyclopedia of Saints. Our Sunday Visitor, Inc. ISBN 1-931709-75-0. 
  • Ball, Ann (2004). Young Faces of Holiness: Modern Saints in Photos and Words. Our Sunday Visitor, Inc. ISBN 1-931709-55-6. 
  • Cruz, Joan Carroll (2006). Saintly Youth of Modern Times. Our Sunday Visitor, Inc. ISBN 1-59276-004-X. 
  • Paul, Tessa (2009). The Illustrated World Encyclopedia of Saints: An authorative visual guide to the lives and works of over 500 saints, with expert commentary and over 500 beautiful paintings, statues & icons. Lorenz Books. ISBN 0-7548-1854-3. 

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