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Rudolph Acquaviva, Priest, and Companions; Francis Pacheco, Charles Spinola, Priests, and Companions; James Berthieu, Priest; Leo Mangin, Priest, and Companions, Martyrs Memorial One Jesuit saint and forty-four Jesuit blessed are liturgically commemorated today. All are martyrs and all died in what were missionary lands: India, Japan, Madagascar, and China. St. John de Brito was born (March 1, 1647) in Lisbon, Portugal, and died in the Madura Mission, India, on February 4, 1693. He was canonized by Pope Pius XII in 1947.

Torture could not persuade Vincent to deny his God, but it did allow him to pass from this earth to paradise (304). After Dacian had Vincent's body thrown into the sea, it was retrieved and appropriately buried. Of all those who suffered martyrdom in Spain during the first centuries of the Church, St. Vincent the Deacon was one of the most popular. Devotion to him spread widely and the Hieronymian Martyrology (about 450) records January 22 as the date of his death. January 24 St. Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor Memorial St.

After a few years his missionary work bore fruit, for many of the inhabitants became Catholics. On December 8, 1602, he was ordained Bishop of Geneva; he was an ideal bishop but he is better known for his writings. His sermons and conferences are numerous, and his most famous works are the Introduction to a Devout Life (1608) and the Treatise on the Love of God (1616). These books were popular when first written, and are still appreciated and read today. In 1610 he helped St. Jane Frances de Chantal (see August 18) found the Visitation Order.

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