1936: Igino De Mata, Martyr (Spanish)

1860: Italian Unification Predicted

Don Bosco foretold the end of the war of Italian unification. This is contained in Father Ruffino’s chronicles: On October 1, Don Bosco said, “This crisis will end in 1861. The political future of these regions will all be settled by 1862.” (BM VI, 435) In fact, Naples and Sicily were annexed to Piedmont and on March 17, 1861, Victor Emmanuel I, King of Sardinia was proclaimed King of Italy. Most of the countries recognized the new Italian Kingdom. The last to do so was Russia, on August 6, 1862. Thus Don Bosco’s predictions were literally fulfilled.

1936: Subdeacon Carmelo I’erez, Martyr (Spanish)

– aged 28 and a salesian for 9 years – martyred at Madrid, cause introduced on October 9, 1956. (cfr. CDB, 376)

1936: Cleric Peter Artolozaga, Martyr, (Spanish)

– aged 23, a salesian for 5 years – martyred at Madrid, cause introduced on October 9, 1956. (cfr. CDB, 377)

1936: Cleric Manuel I3orrajo, Martyr (Spanish)

– aged 21, a salesian for 4 years – martyred at Madrid, cause introduced on October 9, 1956. (cfr. CDB, 377)

1936: Igino De Mata, Martyr (Spanish)

– aged 17, salesian aspirant – martyred at Madrid, cause introduced on October 9, 1956. (cfr. CDB, 377)

1936: John De Mata, Martyr (Spanish)

– aged 33, salesian C,o-operator – martyred at Madrid, cause introduced on October 9, 1956. (cfr. MB, 378)

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