Calendar of Deceased Masters of the Order of Preachers

JANUARY

8. Joseph Maria Larroca of Spain, 74th master general of the Order. (1891)
18. Barnabas of Vercelli, 15th master general of the Order. (1332)

FEBRUARY

4. Vincent Ajello of Lucania, in the Kingdom of Naples, 72nd master general of the Order. (1854)
9. Andrew Frühwirth of Austria, 75th master general of the Order. He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1933)
13. Aniceto Fernandez, 82nd Master of the Order. (1981)
18. Damian Byrne, 84th Master of the Order. (1996)
21. Augustine Pipia, 61st Master of the Order. He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1730)
23. John of Moulins, 20th Master of the Order. He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1353)
26. Antoninus Cloche of France, 6oth Master of the Order. (1720)

MARCH

1. Peter of Palma (Beaume-les-Dames), 18th Master of the Order. (1345)
3. Stephen Usodimare, 46th Master of the Order. (1557)
7. Munio Zamora of Spain, 7th Master of the Order. (1300)
9. Francis Ferdinand Jabalot of Parma, 68th Master of the Order. (1834)
16. Leonard Dati of Florence, 25th Master of the Order. (1425)
31. Michael Browne, 81st Master of the Order.He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1971)

APRIL

8. Garin of Gy-l'Évêque in Gaul, 19th Master of the Order. (1348)
12. Aylmer Giliani of Piacenza, 12th Master of the Order. (1327)
21. Garcia of Loaysa, of Spain, 39th Master of the Order. He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1546)

MAY

2. Louis Theissling of Alkmaar, 77th Master of the Order. (1925)
6. John Baptist de Marinis of Rome, 57th Master of the Order. (1669)
16. Peter Rochin, 27th Master of the Order. (1450)
25. Nicholas Ridolfi of Florence, 55th Master of the Order.(1650)

JUNE

7. Simon of Langres, 21st Master of the Order. (1384)
11. Antoninus Bremond of Marseilles, 63rd Master of the Order. (1755)
13. John Thomas de Rocaberti of Spain, 58th Master of the Order. (1699)
16. Sixtus Fabri of Lucca, 50th Master of the Order. (1594)
20. Elias Raymond of Toulouse, 22nd Master of the Order (1389) ; and Balthazar de Quiñones, 65th Master of the Order. (1798)
25. Leonard de Mansuetis of Perugia, 31st Master of the Order. (1480)
30. Emmanuel Suárez, 80th Master of the Order (1954)

JULY

6. John du Feynier, 42nd Master of the Order. (1538)
9. Thomas Hyacinth Cipolletti of Ascoli, 70th Master of the Order. (1850)
14. Humbert of Romans, called "Blessed", 5th Master of the Order (1277); and Vincent de Couesnongle, 83rd Master of the Order (1992)
20. Francis Romeo, 45th Master of the Order. (1552)
27. Gerard de Daumar, 17th Master of the Order. He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1343)
29. Barnabas Sassone of Naples, 34th Master of the Order. (1486)

AUGUST

1. Joachim Torriani of Venice, 35th Master of the Order. (1500)
3. Hippolytus Maria Beccaria of Monreale, 51st Master of the Order. (1600)
4. Bartholomew Comazio of Bologna, 33rd Master of the Order. (1485)
7. Thomas (Paccoroni) of Fermo, 24th Master of the Order. (1414)
8. Hugh de Vaucemain of Gaul, 16th Master of the Order. (1341)
9. Hervé de Nédellec of Brittainy, 14th Master of the Order (1323); and John Clérée of Gaul, 37th Master of the Order. (1507)
12. Ven. servant of God, Bonaventure Garcia de Paredes of Spain, 78th Master of the Order. (1936)
27. Vincent Bandelli of Lombardy, 36th Master of the Order. (1506)
28. Albert de Chiavari of Genoa, 10th Master of the Order. (1300)
29. Angelus Dominic Ancarani, of Faenza, 71st Master of the Order. (1847)
30. Augustine Galamini, 53rd Master of the Order. He was also a cardinal of
the Holy Roman Church. (1639)

SEPTEMBER

1. Bererigarius of Landorra, 13th Master of the Order. (1330)
4. Martin Stanislaus Gillet of France, 79th Master of the Order.(1951)
[5. Anniversary of the friends and benefactors of our Order.]
9. Thomas de Vio Cajetan, 38th Master of the Order. He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1534)
12. Jerome Xavierre of Saragossa, 52nd Master of the Order. He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1608)
15. Salvo Casseta of Sicily, 32nd Master of the Order. (1483)
17. Bernard of Jusix, 11th Master of the Order (1303); and Paul Constable of Ferrara, 49th Master of the Order. (1582)
21. Martial Auribelli of Avignon, 29th Master of the Order. (1473)
22. Thomas Ripoll of Tarragona, 62nd Master of the Order. (1747)
24. Francis Silvestri of Ferrara, 40th Master of the Order (1528); and Seraphin Secci of Pavia, 54th Master of the Order.(1628)
27. Maurice Benedict Olivieri of Salluzo, 69th Master of the Order. (1845)

OCTOBER

9. Paul Butigella, 41st Master of the Order. (1531)
15. Bartholomew Texier, 26th Master of the Order. (1449)
28. Vincent Guistiniani of Chios, 47th Master of the Order. He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1582)

NOVEMBER

4. John the Teuton, called Blessed, 4th Master of the Order. (1252)
7. Anthony de Monroy of Mexico, 59th Master of the Order. (1715)
[8. Anniversary of all the Brothers and Sisters of our Order.]
16. Albert de las Casas of Spain, 44th Master of the Order.(1544)
18. Guido Flamochetti, 28th Master of the Order. (1451)
21. Stephen of Besançon, 8th Master of the Order (1294); and Seraphin Cavalli of Brescia, 48th Master of the Order.(1578)

DECEMBER

1. Thomas Turco of Cremona, 56th Master of the Order (1649)
3. Joachim Briz of Spain, 67th Master of the Order (1837).
11. Alexander Vincent Jandel of Nancy in France, 73rd Master of the Order. (1872)
15. Conrad d'Asti, 30th Master of the Order. (1470)
16. John Thomas de Boxadors, 64th Master of the Order. He was also a cardinal of the Holy Roman Church. (1780)
20. Augustine Recuperati, 43rd Master of the Order. (1540)
23. Pius Joseph Gaddi, 66th Master of the Order. (1819)


 
To these must be added the following saints and beati who were Masters of the Order:


Holy Father Dominic, 1216-1221 ; Solemnity: 5th August in Australia & New Zealand; 4th August in Malta; 8th August elsewhere; Translation : 24th May.

Bl. Jordan of Saxony, 1222-1237, second Master of the Order.  Memory: 13th February.

Bl. Raymond of Peñafort, 1238-1283, third Master of the Order. Memory : 7th January.

Bl. John of Vercelli, 1264- 1283, sixth Master of the Order. Memory :  1 December.

Bl. Nicholas of Trevisio, Pope Benedict XI : 1296-1298, ninth Master of the Order. Memory :  7 July.

Bl. Raymond de Vineis or of Capua, 1380-1399, twenty-third Master of the Order. Memory : 5th October

Bl. Hyacinth Mary Cormier, 1904-1916, seventy-sixth Master of the Order. Memory : 21st May


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