Patrick Fleming
Patrick Fleming, O.F.M. (Lagan, County Louth 17 April 1599 – Bohemia, 7 November 1631), was an Irish Franciscan scholar, who was murdered near Prague in the course of the Thirty Years' War.
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Andrea Santoro
Father Andrea Santoro (7 September 1945, in Priverno, Italy – 5 February 2006, in Trabzon, Turkey) was a Roman Catholic priest in Turkey, murdered in the Santa Maria Church in Trabzon where he s...
George Ibrahim
Father George Ibrahim, a Roman Catholic priest from Pakistan, was killed there on 5 July 2003. He was born in Khushpur, Punjab on 10 July 1964. He received his religious training at the Christ the Kin...
Antonio Llidó
Antonio Llidó Mengual (* Xàbia, Alicante Province, Spain April 29, 1936 – Santiago de Chile, October 25, 1974) was a Spanish Roman Catholic priest and pedagogue who became a leading member in the Movi...
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Adam Moleyns
Adam Moleyns (or Adam Molyens, Adam Molens, Adam Molins, Adam Molyneaux, Adam Molyneux, Adam de Moleyns; died 9 January 1450) was an English bishop, lawyer, royal administrator and diplomat. During th...
Engelbert II of Berg
Count Engelbert II of Berg, also known as Saint Engelbert, Engelbert of Cologne, Engelbert I, Archbishop of Cologne or Engelbert I of Berg, Archbishop of Cologne (1185 or 1186, Schloss Burg – 7 ...
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Joseph Chhmar Salas
Joseph Chhmar Salas (in Khmer យ៉ូសែប ធ្មារ សាឡាស់; 21 October 1937 – September 1977) was a bishop of the Roman Catholic Apostolic Vicariate of Phnom Penh in Cambodia between 1975 and 1977. He was also...
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Stanley Rother
The Servant of God Stanley Francis Rother (March 27, 1935 - July 28, 1981) was a Catholic priest and missionary to Guatemala. He was murdered by a death squad, believed to be made up of right-wing ext...
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St.Phillip Neri church bombing
The St. Philip Neri Church shelling occurred when St. Philip Neri Church in Allaipiddy village, off the coast of Sri Lanka's Jaffna Peninsula, was shelled on August 13, 2006, allegedly by the Sri Lank...
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Albert of Louvain
Saint Albert of Louvain or Albert of Leuven (c. 1166 Brabant – 24 November 1192 – some say 24 November 1191, or 1202 – Rheims) was Prince-Bishop of Liège from 22 September 1191 till January 1192...
Ezechiele Ramin
Father Ezechiele Ramin MCCJ (Padua, Italy, 9 February 1953 - Ji-Paraná, Rondônia, Brazil, 24 July 1985), familiarly known as "Lele" in Italy and "Ezequiel" in Brazil, was an Italian Comboni missionary...
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Eugene John Hebert
Father Eugene John Hebert was an American born Jesuit missionary in Sri Lanka. He along with his Tamil driver Betram Francis disappeared on August 15, 1990 as the Sri Lankan civil war was raging. He ...
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Nicholas Pillai Pakiaranjith
Father Nicholas Pillai Pakiaranjith was a minority Sri Lankan Tamil, Roman Catholic parish priest and aid worker. He was killed on 26 September 2008 by a Deep Penetration Unit of the Sri Lankan Army.<...
Pope Benedict VI
Pope Benedict VI (Latin: Benedictus VI; died June 974) was Pope from 19 January 973 to his death in 974. His brief pontificate occurred in the political context of the establishment of the Holy Ro...
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Nicolas Viel
Father Nicolas Viel, O.M.R., (died 25 June 1625) was a French Recollect missionary to the Hurons from 1623 to 1625.
Among the first missionaries sent by France to its colony, Viel traveled to Huro...
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John-Baptiste Nguyễn Bửu Đồng
John-Baptiste Nguyễn Bửu Đồng was a Vietnamese Roman Catholic priest from the city of Huế who was murdered by the Việtcộng during the 1968 Tet Offensive.
Bửu Đồng was a parish priest of a village ...
Chandra Fernando (priest)
Reverend Chandra Fernando was a priest from the town of Baticaloa in minority Tamil-dominated eastern province of Sri Lanka. He was known for his human rights activism. He was assassinated by unknown ...
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Luigi Padovese
Luigi Padovese (March 31, 1947, Milan – June 3, 2010, Iskenderun) was the titular bishop of Monteverde and the vicar apostolic of Anatolia in Turkey. He was murdered by his driver on June 3, 2010.
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Gonçalo da Silveira
Gonçalo da Silveira, S.J. (23 February 1526 – 6 March 1561) was a Portuguese Jesuit missionary in southern Africa.
Silveira was born at Almeirim, Portugal, about 40 miles (64 km) from L...
Juan Soldevilla y Romero
Juan Soldevilla y Romero (October 29, 1843—June 4, 1923) was a Spanish Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Archbishop of Zaragoza from 1901 until his death, and was elevated to t...
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Augustine Geve
Augustine Geve was a Solomon Islands Catholic priest and politician.He was first elected to Parliament in the December 2001 general election, as MP for South Guadalcanal, at the time of the violent et...
Leo Heinrichs
Father Leo Heinrichs, O.F.M. (August 15, 1867, Oestrich, now a part of the city Erkelenz, Kingdom of Prussia - February 23, 1908, Denver, Colorado, United States) was a Roman Catholic priest of the Fr...
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Giovanni Minzoni
Giovanni Minzoni was born to a middle-class family. He studied in seminary and in 1909 was ordained priest. The following year he was appointed Deputy Pastor in the town of Argenta (in Emilia-Romagna)...
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Smaragd of Kalocsa
Smaragd (III) from the kindred Smaragd (Hungarian: Smaragd nembeli (III) Smaragd; died July 1266) was a Hungarian prelate from the gens Smaragd, who served as archbishop of Kalocsa from 1257 to 12...
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