Sunday, June 27, 2010

Updates: On Photos

Dear readers,
some images will disappear for a while before I replace them with new ones that have better names/labels/descriptions (e.g., not just the death year but the birth year).

Thanks and God bless you for your patience.

Pray for me, a sinner!

Will Raphael Huysman

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Updates

Dear readers, I'm sorry for the lack of updates. I'll try to do a little bit each day. Lots of individuals (both Catholic and Eastern Orthodox) are not even listed yet. Update 3/15/2010: I'm eventually going to have special pages on Eucharistic and Marian miracles.

God bless you and yours,
Will R. Huysman

For the list of finished wonderworkers, see here (Catholic) and here (Orthodox).

Here are some of the resources I use:
*Acta Apostolicae Sedis - I haven't yet incorporated this resource
*Apparitions of Angels and Demons - I haven't yet incorporated this resource
*Bishop Alexander Mileant (Orthodox)
*Congregation for the Causes of Saints
*Eucharistic Miracles - I haven't yet incorporated this resource
*Full of Grace and Truth (Orthodox)
*Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church Calendar (Orthodox)
*Katolsk.no - I've scoured up to June 8, but have to revisit January 16-31 and the month of February
*Mystagogy (Orthodox)
*OCA: The Lives of the Saints (Orthodox) - I've finished scouring this resource but haven't uploaded all the info (including the names of many people) yet.
*Orthodox Photos (Orthodox)
*Patron Saints Index Calendar of Saints - I've scoured up to November 24 as of 3/27/2010 (5:10 P.M. EST)
*Wikipedia

Friday, September 11, 2009

Catholic Wonderworkers: 21st Century

Eastern Orthodox Wonderworkers: 21st Century

Catholic Wonderworkers: 20th Century

20th Century
Bl. Adalbert Nierychlewski (Wojciech Nierychlewski: martyr under the Nazi yoke) [4/20/1903-2/9/1942] - (1) prophesied that he would be a martyr
Bl. Adilio Daronch (layman & child-martyr) [10/25/1908-5/21/1924] - (1)

St. Agostino Roscelli (founder of the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary's Immaculate Conception) [7/27/1818-5/7/1902] - (1) posthumous healing confirmed by CCS & JPII on 7/1/2000
St. Alberto Hurtado Cruchaga of Chile (Jesuit priest, teacher, & founder of Chilean Trade Union Association & journal Mensaje) [1/22/1901-1/18/1952] - (1) ; (2) second posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 4/20/2004

Bl. Alberto Marvelli of Italy (lay member of Catholic Action) [3/21/1918-10/5/1946] - (1) posthumous 1991 healing of Bologna physician's hernia confirmed by CCS & JPII on 7/7/2003

Bl. Alexandrina Maria da Costa of Balasar (lay member of the Salesian Cooperators) [3/30/1904-10/13/1955] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Alfonso Maria Fusco (founder of the Congregation of the Baptistine Sisters of the Nazarene) [3/23/1839-2/6/1910] - (1) conceived after his infertile parents visited relics of St. Alphonsus Maria Liguori & promised to name son Alfonso and raise him to be a saint according to the prophecy of Redemptorist Fr. Francis Xavier Pecorelli; (2) ; (3) Jesus appeared to him in a dream & told him to found a congregation

Bl. Alfredo Ildefonso Schuster (Alfredo Ludovico Luigi Schuster: Benedictine ) [1/18/1880-8/30/1954] - (1)

St. Alphonsa of India (Anna Muttathupadathu: ) [8/19/1910-7/28/1946] - (1) 12/1936 healed by St. Therese of Liseux and Bl. Kuriakose Elias Chavara; (2) posthumously straightened many clubbed feet; (3) hundreds of posthumous healings

St. Andre Bessette of Montreal (Alfred Bessette: ) [8/9/1845-1/6/1937] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Andrea Carlo Ferrari of Italy (cardinal archbishop of Milan) [8/13/1850-2/2/1921] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 11/10/1986
Bl. Andrea Giacinto Longhin () [11/22/1863-6/26/1936] - (1)

St. Angela Guerrero González of the Cross (nun) [1/30/1846-3/2/1932] – (1) incorrupt body; (2)

Bl. Angela Salawa () [9/9/1881-3/12/1922] - (1)

Bl. Anna Rosa Gattorno (co-foundress of the Institute of the Daughters of Saint Anne, Mother of Mary Immaculate) [10/14/1831-5/6/1900] - (1) in 1862 she received hidden stigmata, which became particularly painful on Fridays; (2) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 6/28/1999
Bl. Anna Schaeffer of Mindelstetten (laywoman) [2/18/1882-10/5/1925] - (1) ; (2) vision of St. Francis of Assisi; (3) vision of Jesus Christ telling her He accepted her sacrifice; (4) stigmata; (5) experienced Passion of Christ on 4/25/1923; (6) many other mystical experiences; (7) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 7/3/1998

Bl. Anton Maria Schwartz of Vienna (priest founder of the Congregation of Christian Workers of Saint Joseph Calasanz) [2/18/1852-9/15/1929] - (1)

St. Arcangelo Tadini of Brescia (parish priest who founded the Workers' Mutual Aid Association and the Congregation of Worker Sisters of the Holy House of Nazareth) [10/12/1846-5/20/1912] - (1) posthumous healing of Sr. Maria Carmela Berardi confirmed by CCS & JPII on 6/28/1999; (2) another posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & HH B16 on 12/6/2008
St. Arnold Janssen (founder of the Society of the Divine Word; the Missionary Sisters, Servants of the Holy Ghost; & the Sister Servants of the Holy Spirit of Perpetual Adoration) [11/5/1837-1/15/1909] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & P6 on 5/23/1975; (2) posthumous "sudden, complete, lasting, & scientifically inexplicable" healing of the terminal head wound of Pamela Avellanosa of Baguio from a bike fall confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2002
Bl. Artemide Zatti () [10/12/1880-3/15/1951] - (1)

St. Augustine Caloca Cortés of Mexico (hieromartyr) [5/5/1898-8/25/1927] - (1) heart found incorrupt six years after his repose

Bl. Augustine Thevarparampil of Ramapuram (Kunjachan: priest) [4/1/1891-10/16/1973] - (1)

Bl. Basil Hopko of Slovakia (Ukrainian Greek Catholic Auxiliary Bishop of Prešov martyred under Communist yoke) [4/21/1904-6/23/1976] - (1) realized his call to the priesthood after being miraculously cured in the 1920s
St. Benedetto Menni (Angelo Ercole Menni Figini: priest founder of the Congregation of Hospitaller Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus) [3/11/1841-4/24/1914] - (1) posthumous healing of Asuncion Cacho; (2) posthumous healing of a Hospital Sister, Sr. Maria Nicoletta Vélaz, who suffered from bladder cancer
Bl. Bernardina Maria Jablonska of Poland (nun co-foundress & superior of Sisters of the Third Order of Saint Francis Servants of the Poor a.k.a. Albertine Sisters) [8/5/1878-9/23/1940] - (1)

St. Bertilla Boscardin (Anna Francesca Boscardin: nurse in the Sisters of Saint Dorothy, Daughters of the Sacred Heart) [10/6/1888-10/20/1922] - (1) many healings at her tomb
Bl. Blandina Merten (Mary Magdalene Merten: ) [7/10/1883-5/18/1918] - (1)

Bl. Boleslav Maria Lament of Poland (founded the Congregation of the Missionary Sisters of the Holy Family who worked to convert the Russian Orthodox) [7/3/1862-1/29/1946] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 5/14/1991
Bl. Bonifacia Rodríguez Castro (Foundress of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Servants of Saint Joseph) [6/6/1837-8/9/1905] - (1)

Bl. Bronislaw Markiewicz of Poland (founder of the Society of Moderation and Work) [7/13/1842-1/29/1912] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2004
Bl. Candelaria Paz Castillo Ramírez (Susana Paz Castillo Ramírez: ) [8/11/1840-1/31/1940] - (1)

Bl. Candida Maria de Jesus Cipitria y Barriola (Juana Josefa Cipitria y Barriola: foundress of the Congregation of the Daughters of Jesus) [5/31/1845-8/9/1912] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 4/6/1995
Bl. Carlo Liviero (Bishop of Città di Castello & founder of the Congregation of the Little Servants of the Sacred Heart) [5/29/1866-7/7/1932] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & HH B16 on 12/16/2006
Bl. Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Santiago () [11/22/1918-7/13/1963] - (1)

Bl. Celestina Donati of Florence (Maria Anna Donati: ) [10/28/1848-3/18/1925] - (1)

Bl. Emperor Charles I of Austria (Karl Franz Josef Ludwig Hubert Georg Maria von Habsburg-Lothringen) [8/17/1887-4/1/1922] – (1) posthumously miraculously cured Brazilian nun with varicose veins who was able to rise from bed after she prayed for his beatification; (2) miraculous healing of a Floridian Baptist woman
Bl. Claudio Granzotto of Italy (Franscican brother & sculptor) [8/23/1900-8/15/1947] - (1)

Bl. Clemens August von Galen the Confessor of Germany (Cardinal-Priest of San Bernardo alle Terme who preached against Nazism & euthanasia) [3/16/1878-3/22/1946] - (1) posthumously cured 16-year-old Indonesian Hendrikus Nahak of appendicitis in 1995
Bl. Colomba Gabriel (Janina Matylda Gabriel: foundress of the Benedettine di Caritá) [5/3/1858-9/24/1926] - (1)

Bl. Columbia Marmion of Dublin (Joseph Aloysius Marmion: Benedictine abbot) [4/1/1858-1/30/1923] - (1)

Bl. Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi of Nigeria (Trappist monk in the monastery of Mount Saint Bernard) [9/1903-1/20/1964] - (1)

Bl. Daniel Brottier () [9/7/1876-2/28/1936] - (1)

Bl. Diego Oddi of Italy (Giuseppe Oddi: Franciscan monk who prayed unceasingly) [6/6/1839-6/3/1919] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 4/6/1998
St. Edith Stein of Germany (in monasticism Teresa Benedicta of the Cross: Jewish convert & Carmelite nun-martyr under the Nazi yoke) [10/12/1891-8/9/1942] - (1)

Bl. Edoardo Giuseppe Rosaz () [2/15/1830-5/3/1903] - (1)

Bl. Edward Joannes Maria Poppe () [1890-6/10/1924] - (1)

St. Elias Fracasso () [1/17/1901-5/29/1927] - (1)

Bl. Elizabeth Catez of the Trinity () [7/18/1880-9/9/1906] - (1)

Bl. Emmanuel Domingo y Sol () [4/1/1836-1/25/1909] - (1)

Bl. Emmanuel González García () [2/25/1877-1/4/1940] - (1)

Bl. Emmanuel Gómez González (hieromartyr) [5/29/1877-5/21/1924] - (1)

Bl. Eugenia Joubert () [2/11/1876-7/2/1904] - (1)

Bl. Eugenia Picco of Milan (Superior General of Congregation of the Little Daughters of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary) [11/8/1867-9/7/1921] - (1) 8/25/1992 posthumous healing of Camille Talubingi Kingombe from the Diocese of Uvira in Congo confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/1999

Bl. Eurosia Fabris () [9/27/1866-1/8/1932] - (1)

Bl. Eusebia Palomino Yenes () [12/15/1899-2/10/1935] - (1)

Bl. Eustáquio van Lieshout of the Netherlands (Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary missionary & parish priest in Brazil) [11/3/1890-8/30/1943] - (1)

St. Ezekiel Moreno y Díaz of Spain (Augustinian bishop of Pinara & Pasto) [4/9/1848-8/19/1906] - (1)

Servant of God Fathi Baladi (Melkite Greek Catholic) [9/22/1961-12/31/1980] - (1) catechism instructor prophesied to him at age 10 that "Fathi, one day you will be a great saint!"; (2) a few days after his murder, he appeared to his parents and called them by name and told them not to grieve because he was in Heaven with all the angels and saints; (3) then the house was filled with the odor of sanctity (incense) and uncreated light; (4) posthumous healings; (5) apparitions to others; (6) lights around his grave; (7) tongues of fire; (8) heavenly voices; (9) heavenly music; (10) odor of sanctity around his grave

St. Faustina Kowalska of Poland (Elena Kowalska: ) [8/25/1905-10/5/1938] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Faustinus Míguez González (Emmanuel Míguez González: ) [3/24/1831-3/8/1925] - (1)
St. Filippo Smaldone () [6/27/1848-6/4/1923] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Florentina Nicol Goni of Spain (foundress of the Congregation of the Dominican Missionary Sisters of the Rosary) [3/14/1868-2/24/1940] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2004
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini (virgin nun) [7/15/1850-12/22/1917] – (1)
St. Francesco Fogolla (Franciscan missionary bishop & martyr of China) [10/4/1839-7/9/1900] - (1)

Bl. Francis Pianzola () [10/5/1881-6/4/1943] - (1)

Bl. Francis Spinelli () [4/14/1853-2/6/1913] - (1)

St. Francisca Salesia Aviat () [9/16/1844-1/10/1914] - (1) ; (2) ; (3) incorrupt body

Bl. Francisco Marto of Fatima (Fatima visionary) [6/11/1908-4/4/1919] - (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4)

St. Gaetano Catanoso () [2/14/1879-4/4/1963] - (1) incorrupt body; (2) ; (3)

St. Gemma Galgani (the Virgin of Lucca and Passionist nun) [3/12/1878-4/11/1903] – (1) levitation; (2) stigmata; (3) spoke to Jesus; (4) spoke to Theotókos; (5) spoke to her guardian angel; (6) spoke to other saints
St. Genoveva Torres Morales (foundress of the Congregation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Holy Angels (The Angélicas)) [1/3/1870-1/5/1956] - (1)

Bl. George Matulaitis of Lithuania () [4/13/1871-1/27/1927] - (1)

St. George Preca () [2/12/1880-7/26/1962] - (1)

St. Gertrude Caterina Comensoli of Italy () [1/18/1847-2/18/1903] - (1)

St. Gianna Beretta Molla () [10/4/1922-4/28/1962] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Guido Maria Conforti of Parma (Archbishop of Parma, founder of the Xaverian Missionaries, & missionary to China) [3/30/1865-11/5/1931] - (1) in 1965 he posthumously cured the pancreatic cancer of 12-year-old Sabina Kamariza of Burundi, Africa
St. Hannibal Mary di Francia () [7/5/1851-6/1/1927] - (1)

Bl. Hendrina Josefa Stenmanns () [5/28/1852-5/20/1903] - (1)

Bl. Henry Rebuschini of Italy () [4/28/1860-5/10/1938] - (1)

Bl. Hyacint Maria Cormier () [12/8/1832-5/21/1916] - (1)

Bl. Ignatius Klopotowski of Poland (founder of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Loreto) [7/20/1866-9/7/1931] - (1)

Bl. Ignatius Shoukrallah Maloyan of Mardin (Armenian Catholic Archbishop & Great-Martyr under Muslims) [4/18/1869-6/11/1915] - (1) body radiated uncreated light for three days after his repose; (2)

Bl. Isidore de Loor of Saint Joseph of Belgium (Passionist lay brother) [4/18/1881-10/6/1916] - (1)

Bl. Ivan Merz () [12/16/1896-5/10/1928] - (1)

Bl. Jacinta Marto of Fatima (Fatima visionary) [3/11/1910-2/20/1920] - (1) incorrupt body; (2) ; (3) ; (4)
Bl. Jan Beyzym (Jesuit priest & missionary to Madagascar lepers) [5/5/1850-10/2/1912] - (1)

Bl. John Adalbert Balicki () [1/25/1869-3/15/1948] - (1)

Bl. John Baptist Piamarta of Italy () [11/26/1841-4/25/1913] - (1)

Bl. Pope John XXIII the Good of Rome (Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli: convener and head of the Second Vatican Council) [11/25/1881-6/3/1963] - (1)

Bl. John Baptist Scalabrini (Apostle of the Catechism) [7/8/1839-6/1/1905] - (1)

Bl. Josaphata Mykhailyna Hordashevska (Greek Catholic nun) [1869-4/7/1919] - (1) incorrupt body

St. José María Rubio y Peralta () [7/22/1864-5/2/1929] - (1)

St. José Isabel Flores Varela of Mexico (martyr) [11/28/1866-6/21/1927] - (1)

St. Jósef Bilczewski () [4/26/1860-3/20/1923] - (1)

Bl. Josefina Suriano of Palermo () [2/18/1915-5/19/1950] - (1)

St. Josemaría Escrivá of Spain () [1/9/1902-6/26/1975] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Joseph Allamano () [1/21/1851-1/16/1926] - (1)

St. Joseph Freinademetz () [4/15/1852-1/28/1908] - (1)

Bl. Joseph Gérard () [3/12/1831-5/29/1914] - (1)

St. Joseph Mario Charles Alphonse Moscati (physician) [7/25/1880-4/12/1927]

Bl. Joseph Nascimbeni of Italy () [3/22/1851-1/21/1922] - (1)

St. Joseph Sebastian Pelczar () [1/17/1842-3/28/1924] - (1)

Bl. Josephina Gabriella Bonino ( helped found Sisters of the Holy Family) [9/5/1843-2/8/1906]

St. Josephine Bakhita of Sudan () [1869-1947] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Juan Nepomuceno Zegrí y Moreno (priest founder of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy) [10/11/1831-3/17/1905] - (1) posthumous healing of Juan de la Cruz Arce of Mendoza, Argentina confirmed by CCS & JPII on 4/14/2003

Bl. Juana Maria Condesa Lluch of Valencia () [3/30/1862-1/16/1916] - (1)

Bl. Julia Salzano of Italy () [10/13/1846-5/17/1929] - (1)

St. Katharine Drexel () [11/26/1858-3/3/1955] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Ladislas Batthyány-Strattmann () [10/28/1870-1/22/1931] - (1)

Bl. Laura of Saint Catherine of Siena (Laura Montoya y Upegui: nun missionary, foundress of the Works of the Indians, & foundress of the Congregation of Missionary Sisters of Immaculate Mary) [5/26/1874-10/21/1949] - (1)

Bl. Laura Vicuña () [4/5/1891-1/22/1904] - (1)

St. Leopold Bogdan Mandić of Croatia () [5/12/1866-6/30/1942] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Louis Tezza of Conegliano ( & Apostle of Lima) [11/1/1841-9/23/1923] - (1)

Bl. Louis-Zéphirin Moreau of Quebec () [4/1/1824-5/24/1901] - (1)

Bl. Luigi Maria Monti of Italy (chaste lay co-founder of the Congregation of the Sons of the Immaculate Conception) [7/24/1825-10/1/1900] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Luigi Monza of Italy () [6/22/1898-9/29/1954] - (1)

St. Luigi Orione () [6/23/1872-3/12/1940] - (1) incorrupt body; (2) miraculously cured of three-year-old health problems when St. John Bosco died by him
Bl. Luigi Talamoni () [10/3/1848-1/31/1926] - (1)

Bl. Luigi Variara () [1/15/1875-2/1/1923] - (1)

Bl. Marcellina Darowska () [1/28/1827-1/5/1911] - (1)

Bl. Marcellus Spinola y Maestre () [1/14/1835-1/19/1906] - (1)

Bl. Margarita de Maturana () [7/25/1884-7/23/1934] - (1)

St. Margaritus Flores García of Mexico (hieromartyr) [2/22/1899-11/12/1927] - (1)

Bl. Maria Ludovica de Angelis () [10/24/1880-2/25/1962] - (1)

Bl. Maria Antonia Bandrés y Elósegui () [3/6/1898-4/27/1919] - (1)

St. Maria Bernarda Bütler () [5/28/1848-5/19/1924] - (1)

Bl. Maria Josefina Catanea () [2/18/1896-3/14/1948] - (1)

Bl. Maria Caridad Brader (foundress of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, Help of Christians and the Franciscan Sisters of Mary Immaculate) [8/14/1860-2/27/1943] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 4/23/2002

Bl. Maria Cristina Brando of the Immaculate Conception (virgin foundress of the Congregation of the Sisters, Expiatory Victims of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament) [5/1/1856-1/20/1906] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2001
Bl. Maria Candida of the Eucharist (Discalced Carmelite nun) [1/16/1884-6/12/1949] - (1)

Bl. Maria de Chappotin de Neuville () [5/21/1839-11/15/1904] - (1)

Bl. Maria Rafaela Cimatti () [6/6/1861-6/23/1945] - (1) posthumously cured Loreto Arduini of viral encephalitis, convulsions, and respiratory failure

Bl. Maria Crocifissa Curcio of Italy (foundress of the Congregation of the Carmelite Missionary Sisters of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus) [1/30/1877-7/4/1957] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2004
Bl. Maria Teresa Fasce of Italy (Augustinian abbess) [12/27/1881-1/18/1947] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 7/7/1997
St. Maria Goretti (child Virgin-Martyr) [10/16/1890-7/6/1902] – (1) ; (2) ; (3)
St. Maria Josefa del Corazón de Jesús Sancho de Guerra () [9/7/1842-3/20/1912] - (1)

Bl. Maria Karlowska () [9/4/1865-3/24/1935] - (1)

Bl. Maria Dominica Mantovani () [11/2/1864-2/2/1934] - (1)

Bl. Maria Pia Mastena () [12/7/1881-6/28/1951] - (1)

Bl. Maria Romero Meneses () [1/13/1902-7/7/1977] - (1)

Bl. Maria Vincentia Chávez Orozco (foundress of Congregation of the Servants of the Poor, later renamed the Servants of the Holy Trinity and the Poor) [2/6/1867-7/30/1949] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Maria Francisca Siedliska of Poland () [11/12/1842-11/21/1902] - (1)

Bl. María Dolores Rodríguez Sopeña () [12/30/1848-1/10/1918] - (1)

Bl. Maria Euthymia Üffing of Germany (sister of the Congregation of Compassion) [4/8/1914-9/9/1955] - (1)

Bl. Maria Fortunata Viti of Veroli (Anna Felicia Viti: ) [2/10/1827-11/20/1922] - (1)

Bl. María Guadalupe García Zavala (Co-foundress of the Congregation of the Servants of Saint Margaret Mary and the Poor) [4/27/1878-6/24/1963] - (1)

Bl. Mariam Thresia Chiramel Mankidiyan () [5/3/1876-6/8/1926] - (1)

Bl. Marianne Cope (Barbara Koob: ) [1/23/1838-8/9/1918] - (1)

Bl. Mariano de Jesus Eues Hoyos of Colombia (parish priest) [10/14/1845-7/13/1926] - (1)

Bl. Mariano de la Mata Aparicio (Augustinian priest) [12/31/1905-4/5/1983] - (1)

Bl. Marie-Joseph Cassant () [3/6/1878-6/17/1903] - (1)

Bl. Marie Theresa of Saint Joseph (Anna Maria Tauscher: Lutheran convert & nun foundress of the Congregation of the Carmelite Sisters of the Divine Heart of Jesus) [6/19/1855-9/20/1938] - (1)

Bl. Marta Maria Wiecka (Marta Anna Wiecka: ) [1/12/1874-5/30/1904] - (1)

Bl. Mary Assunta () [8/20/1878-4/7/1905] - (1)

Bl. Mary Alvarado Cardozo (Laura Evangelista Alvarado Cardozo: ) [4/25/1875-4/2/1967] - (1)

Bl. Mary Elizabeth Hesselbad () [6/4/1870-4/24/1957] - (1)

Bl. Mary Ellen MacKillop of the Cross of Australia (to be canonized 10/17/2010) [1/15/1842-8/8/1909] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Mary-Gabrielle Sagheddu of Dorgali (Trappestine nun) [1914-4/23/1939] - (1)

St. Maximilian Kolbe of Poland (Raymond Kolbe: Franciscan great-martyr to the Nazis & Apostle of Consecration to Mary) [1/8/1894-8/14/1941] - (1)

Bl. Michael Sopocko of Poland () [11/1/1888-2/15/1975] - (1)

St. Miguel Febres Cordero Muñoz () [11/7/1854-2/9/1910] - (1) incorrupt body; (2) ; (3)

Bl. Miguel Agustin Pro () [1/13/1891-11/23/1927] - (1) ; (2) ; (3)

Bl. Moses Tovini of Italy () [12/27/1877-1/28/1930] - (1)

Bl. Nazaria Ignatia March Mesa (virgin) [1/10/1889-6/6/1943] - (1) incorrupt body; (2)

Bl. Nicholas of Gesturi () [8/5/1882-6/8/1958] - (1)

St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina (Capuchin priest) [5/25/1887-9/23/1968] - (1) resurrecting the dead; (2) stigmata; (3) ; (4) ; (5) ; (6) ; (7) ; (8)
Bl. Paolo Manna of Avellino () [1/16/1872-9/15/1952] - (1)

Bl. Pavol Gojdič () [7/17-1888-7/17/1960] - (1)

Bl. Peter Bonilli of Spoleto (priest who founded the Sisters of the Holy Family) [3/15/1841-1/5/1935] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 7/3/1987

Bl. Peter George Michelangelo Frassati (Man of the Eight Beatitudes) [4/6/1901-7/4/1925] - (1) incorrupt body; (2)

Bl. Petra Pérez Florido () [12/7/1845-8/16/1906] - (1)

Bl. Piedad Ortiz Real (foundress of the Congregation of the Salesian Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus) [11/12/1842-2/26/1916] - (1) in Barcelona she had a vision of Christ speaking to her through His Sacred Heart, informing her that God wanted her to found a new religious order; (2) in Orihuela the Holy Spirit enlightened her, telling her the order's name and spirituality and that the order should take St. Francis de Sales (Doctor of the Church) as its patron; (3) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 4/14/2003
Pope St. Pius X (Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto: Thomist anti-modernist reformer and Pope of the Blessed Sacrament) [6/2/1835-8/20/1914] - (1) incorruptible body; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5) ; (6)
Bl. Placidus Riccardi of Italy (Thomas Riccardi: ) [6/24/1844-3/15/1915] - (1)

St. Rafael Arnáiz Barón () [4/9/1911-4/26/1938] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Rafael Louis Rafiringa () [5/1/1856-5/19/1919] - (1)

St. Rafael Guizar Valencia (bishop who took care of injured and dying persons in the 1910-1917 Mexican Revolution) [4/26/1878-6/6/1938] – (1) incorrupt body except for left eye which he offered up to a sinner
St. Rafqa of Himlaya (Boutrossieh Ar-Rayes: nun of the Order of Saint Anthony of the Maronites) [6/29/1832-3/23/1914] - (1)

St. Raphael Joseph Kalinowski () [9/1/1835-11/5/1907] - (1); (2)

St. Richard Pampuri () [8/2/1897-5/1/1930] - (1) ; (2)

Bl. Rita Amada Lopes de Almeida of Portugal (foundress of the Sisters of Jesus, Mary and Joseph) [3/5/1848-1/6/1913] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2004
Bl. Roman Lysko (married Ukrainian Greek Catholic hieromartyr) [8/14/1914-10/14/1949] - (1)

Bl. Savina Petrilli () [8/29/1851-4/18/1923] - (1)

St. Teresa of the Andes () [1900-1920] - (1)

Bl. Teresa Bracco of Santa Giulia (virgin-martyr under the Nazi yoke) [2/24/1924-8/28/1944] - (1)

Bl. Teresa of Calcutta (Agnesë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu: nun missionary & foundress of the Congregation of the Missionaries of Charity) [8/26/1910-9/5/1997] - (1)

Bl. Teresa Maria Manetti of the Cross () [3/2/1846-4/23/1910] - (1)

Bl. Teresa Grillo Michel of Alessandria (Maddalena Parvopassau: foundress of the Congregation of the Little Sisters of Divine Providence) [9/25/1855-1/25/1944] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/18/1997
Bl. Thomas Reggio of Genoa (Archbishop of Genoa & founder of the Sisters of Saint Martha) [1/8/1818-11/22/1901] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/21/1998

Bl. Timothy Giaccardo (first Vicar General of the Congregation of the Society of St. Paul) [6/13/1896-1/24/1948] - (1) cured of life-threatening illness at seven months of age due to the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary; (2) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 5/13/1989
St. Toribio Romo González () [4/16/1900-2/25/1928] - (1)

Bl. Ulrika Fransiska Nisch () [9/18/1882-5/8/1913] - (1)

St. Ursula Ledóchowska () [4/17/1865-5/29/1939] - (1) incorrupt body

Bl. Valentin Paquay of Limburg (Franciscan priest) [11/17/1828-1/1/1905] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2002
Bl. Vasyl Velychkovsky (martyred Redemptorist Ukrainian Greek Catholic Metropolitan of Moscow) [6/1/1903-6/30/1973] - (1) body found fully incorrupt 30 years after his repose; (2) ; (3)
St. Zefyrinus Namuncurá Burgos of Argentina () [8/26/1886-5/11/1905] - (1) in 2000, posthumous sudden and complete healing of the uterine cancer of 24-year-old Cordoba, Argentina woman who was able to get pregnant again; (2) prophesied his death eight days in advance; (3)

St. Zygmunt Gorazdowski of Ukraine (founder of The House of the Child Jesus) [11/1/1845-1/1/1920] - (1) posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 4/24/2001; (2) another posthumous miracle confirmed by CCS & JPII on 12/20/2004

Eastern Orthodox Wonderworkers: 20th Century

20th Century
Alexei Shushania of Teklati (hieromonk) [9/23/1852-1/18/1923] - (1) incorrupt relics

Alexis Metchev of Moscow (priest) [3/17/1859-6/22/1923] - (1)
Alexis Toth of Wilkes-Barre (former Eastern Catholic who spent his life bringing people to the separated Eastern Orthodox Church) [3/14/1853-5/7/1909] - (1)
Amphilochius of Pochaev (Амфілохій Почаївський, b. Joseph: anti-Catholic Ukrainian Orthodox hieromonk) [11/27/1894-1/1/1971] – (1) relics uncovered fully incorrupt 30+ years after his death; (2) prophesied time of his death and that he would be poisoned and that there would be snowy weather during funeral; (3) 30+ years of healings of pilgrims to his grave; (4) appeared in dreams to multitude of servants of Pochaev Lavra; (5) gave sight to the blind; (6) gave hearing to the death; (7) clairvoyance: knew the souls, hearts, and intentions of all pilgrims; (8) NKVD guests tied him and tried to throw him down off the precipice but Amphilochius prophesied that they would not carry him far; one of the men became blind, another would not move, and another's foot became immobile but when he blessed them they regained their health; (9) after being kidnapped and tortured in a mental hospital he healed 40+ sick people and exorcised demons with the Holy Cross, the Holy Gospel, and Holy Water; (10) one of his 12 nephews beat him unconscious and threw him into swamp where he lay underwater for eight hours but when Joseph was tonsured Amphilochius he quickly recovered
Anatole II of Optina () [†7/30/1922] - (1)

Anthimos of Chios (hieromonk) [7/1/1869-2/15/1960] - (1)
Euphemia of Serbia from Belgrade () [] – (1) Theotókos took her to Heaven after which she could not eat or speak for three days

Euthymius Takaishvili of Georgia, the Man of God () [1/3/1863-2/21/1953] - (1) incorrupt relics

Gabrielia Papayannis (Eldress) [1897-1992] - (1)
Ilie Lacatusu of Romania (priest) [12/8/1909-7/22/1983] - (1) incorrupt body emits odor of chrism; (2) prophesied the his wife would die 15 years after him
Irene Myrtidiotissa (Irene Demetra Pateras: ) [3/30/1939-11/13/1960]

John of Georgia (Basil Maisuradze: archimandrite) [1882-1/21/1960] - (1)

John Jacob the Chozebite (Elias: hieromonk) [7/23/1913-8/5/1960] - (1) incorrupt relics

John of Kronstadt (archpriest of the Russian Orthodox Church who bashed Catholicism and the papacy especially) [10/19/1829-12/20/1908](1) ; (2)
John Maximovitch of Shanghai and San Francisco (Michael Misha Maximovitch: ascetic and hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia who attacked the dogma of the Immaculate Conception) [6/4/1896-7/2/1966] – (1) incorrupt body; (2) appeared illuminated and in Easter Vestments in dream to one-time student Fr. Amvrosy P. jubilantly saying to him "happy;" (3) appeared in dream to the doubting Fr. Constantine Z. and had rays of light too bright to gaze upon shining around his head, removing any of Constantine's doubt that John was holy; (4) appeared in a dream to St. Tikhon Zadonsky Home manager M.A. Shakmatova and came to life after being carried into St. Tikhon's Church in a coffin and then blessed the people and commanded her, "Tell the people: although I have died, I am alive!";ts (5) never touched during when taking the extremely dangerous Shanghai streets to heal the sick at night during the Japanese occupation; (6) photographed while surrounded by the Uncreated Light in Tunis in 1952; (7) ; (8) ; (9) ; (10) ; (11) ; (12)
Jonah Pokrovsky of Manchuria (Bishop of Hankou) [4/17/1888-10/20/1925] - (1) ; (2) ; (3)
Joseph the Hesychast (Francis: cave-dwelling elder of Mt. Athos) [1898-8/15/1959] - (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4)
Justin Popovich of Serbia (Јустин Поповић=Justin Popović: anti-Catholic archimandrite of Ćelije Monastery who put "the fall of the Pope" on the same level as the fall of Adam and Judas Iscariot and authored a treatise called "Papism as the Oldest Protestantism") [4/7/1894-4/7/1979] - (1) healings at his tomb; (2) flashes of the Uncreated Light at his tomb; (3) many conversions of unbelievers, some of whom have even been visited by God thanks to his posthumous prayers
Luke of Simferopol and Crimea (Valentin Felixovich Voino-Yasenetsky: unmercenary surgeon & bishop) [4/14/1877-6/11/1961] - (1) ; (2)
Matrona Dmitrievna Nikonova the Blind (Блаженная Матрона Московская: Eldress of Moscow) [1885-5/2/1952] - (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5)
Methodia the Righteous of Cimola (nun recluse) [1865-10/5/1908] - (1) healings

Myrtidiotissa (Eldress of Klissoura) [1886-1974] – (1) frequent visions of Theotókos

Nectarios of Aegina (Metropolitan of Pentapolis who attacked the papacy and said the Catholic Church lacks grace of the Holy Spirit) [10/1/1846-10/9/1920] – (1) relics remained incorrupt until 20 years after his death; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5)
Nicholas II (Nikolay Alexandrovich Romanov = Никола́й II, Никола́й Алекса́ндрович Рома́нов: Tsar-martyr Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias) [5/19/1868-7/17/1918] – (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4)

Nicholas Velimirovich of Zhicha and Ochrid (Bishop; "the Serbian Chrysostom") [1/5/1881-3/18/1956] - (1)
Nikon of Optina () [9/26/1888-6/25/1931] - (1)

Olga Michael () [2/3/1916-11/8/1979] - (1)

Philoumenos Hasapis of Jacob's Well (hieromonk & new martyr) [10/15/1913-11/16/1979] - (1) ; (2)
Raphael Hawaweeny of Brooklyn () [11/20/1860-2/27/1915] - (1) incorrupt relics; (2) ; (3)
Savvas the New, Wonderworker of Kalymnos () [1862-4/7/1948] - (1) ; (2) ; (3) ; (4) ; (5)

Seraphim of Virits (Basil Muraviev: elder) [1865-4/3/1949] - (1)
Tikhon of Moscow (Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia) [1/19/1865-4/7/1925](1)
Vissarion Korkoliacos (Bησσαρίων Κορκολιάκος: Greek Orthodox monk) [1908-1991](1) incorrupt relics