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Valentin, Sylvain Pierre

 

 

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Born 11.12.1880 Usson (Lyon), member of M.E.P., priest 26.06.1904, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Zeugma and Coadjutor of Kangting 16.11.1926, consecrated 07.08.1927 in Tatsienlu, consecrator Mons. Rouchouse, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Kangting 09.08.1936, nominated Bishop of Kangting 11.04.1946, died 07.01.1962 [1]

 

Valtorta, Enrico Pascal

 

 

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Born 14.05.1883 Carate Brianza (Milano), member of M.E.M. 1907, priest 30.03.1907, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Lerus and Apostolic Vicar of Hongkong 15.03.1926, consecrated 13.06.1926 in Hongkong, consecrator Mons. Costantini, nominated Bishop of Hongkong 11.04.1946, died 03.09.1951 Hongkong [2]

 

Van Aertselaer, Jérôme

 

 

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Born 01.11.1847 Hoogstraeten (Mechelen), priest 11.06.1870, member of C.I.C.M. 24.03.1873, nominated Superior General of C.I.C.M. 1887, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Zarai and Apostolic Vicar of Mongolia Centrale 04.05.1898, consecrated 24.07.1898 in Anderlecht, consecrator Cardinal Goossens [3], nominated Apostolic Vicar of Tchagar 14.03.1922, died 12.01.1924 Siwantze [4]

 

Van Buggenhout, Alfons

 

 

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Born 29.09.1906 Mechelen, member of C.I.C.M. 1925, priest 16.08.1931, nominated Apostolic Administrator of Tatung 31.03.1950, additional nominated Apostolic Administrator of Kinmen and Matzu 13.02.1970, emeritus 14.09.1981, died 10.12.1983 Taiwan [5]

 

Van Dijck, Louis

 

 

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Born 21.01.1862 Loenhout (Mechelen), member of C.I.C.M. 02.10.1882, priest 30.05.1885, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Abbir Maius and Apostolic Vicar of Mongolia Occiduo-Meridionale 10.08.1915, consecrated 23.01.1916 in Soun-chou-tsoei, consecrator Mons. Abels, emeritus 1937, died 04.12.1937 Suiyuan [6]

 

Van Melckebeke, Charles

 

 

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Born 19.06.1898 St. Joost-ten-Noode (Mechelen), member of C.I.C.M. 1916, priest 24.09.1922, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Ningsia 03.04.1946, nominated Bishop of Ningsia 11.04.1946, consecrated 30.05.1946 in Suiyuan, consecrator Mons. Morel, died 26.08.1980 Singapur [7]

 

Vanni, Pacifico Giulio

 

 

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Born 25.09.1893 Montaione (Volterra), member of O.F.M. 1911, priest 14.03.1920, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Zapara and Apostolic Vicar of Sianfu 14.06.1932, consecrated 23.10.1932, consecrator Mons. Massi in Hanchow, nominated Archbishop of Sian 11.04.1946, in Italy since 1949 [8], nominated Archbishop-Bishop of Sovana-Pitigliano 10.05.1952, nominated Tit.-Archbishop of Proconneso 13.07.1963, died 24.06.1967 Fiesole [9]

 

Varo, Francisco

 

 

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Born 04. or 21.10.1627 Sevilla, member of O.P. 08.10.1643, priest 1647, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Lydde and Apostolic Vicar of Fokien 25. or 31.01.1687, died (without consecration) 31.01.1687 Fuzhou (in prison) [10]

 

Velasco, Juan Bautista

 

 

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Born 17.06.1911 Parana (Oviedo ), member of O.P. 1927, priest 10.08.1935, nominated Bishop of Hsiamen (Amoy) 10.06.1948, consecrated 24.10.1948 in Hongkong, consecrator Mons. Riberi [11], emeritus 1983, died 26.10.1985 Oviedo [12]

 

Venadam, Louis Arthur

 

Born 16.05.1899 Pomquet/Canada, member of S.F.M., priest 02.11.1930, nominated Apostolic Pro-Prefect of Lishui 1944, emeritus 1948, 1952-54 in prison and tortured, died 08.03.1958 Canada [13]

 

Ventallol, Magino

 

 

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Born 26.03.1647 Barcelona, member of O.P., priest, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Carystos and Apostolic Vicar of Fokien 03.12.1718, died (without consecration) 03.01.1732 Canton [14]

 

 

Verbist, Theophiel (Théophile)

 

 

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Born 12.06.1823 Antwerp (Belgium), priest 18.09.1847, founded C.I.C.M. in 1862, Apos. Pro-Vicar of Mongolia 1866, died 23.02.1868 Laohugou [14a]

 

 

Verhaegen, Theotimus Jozef

 

 

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Born 19.02.1867 Mechelen/Belgium, member of O.F.M. 05.10.1887, priest 22.03.1890, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Syene and Apostolic Vicar of Hu-Pè Occiduo-Meridionale 19.04.1900, consecrated 11.11.1900 in Ichang, consecrator Mons. Carlassare, died 19.07.1904 Cha-tse-ti (assassinated) [15]

 

Vérineux, André-Jean

 

 

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Born 04.11.1897 Reims, member of M.E.P. 1919, priest 03.12.1922, nominated Bishop of Yingkow 14.07.1949, consecrated 16.10.1949 in Moukden, consecrator Mons. Gaspais, additional Apostolic Administrator of Hwalien 07.08.1952 - 25.07.1973, died 10.01.1983 Hwalien [16]

 

Verrolles, Emmanuel

 

 

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Born 12.04.1805 Caen (Bayonne), priest 31.05.1828, member of M.E.P. 1830, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Columbria and Apostolic Vicar of Manciuria 11.12.1838, consecrated 08.11.1840 in Tanyienfu, consecrator Mons. Salvetti, died 29.04.1878 Ingtse [17]

 

Versiglia, Luigi

 

 

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Born 05.06.1873 Oliva Gessi (Tortona), member of S.D.B. 1888, priest 21.12.1895, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Caryste and Apostolic Vicar of Shiuchow 22.04.1920, consecrated 09.01.1921 in Canton, consecrator Mons. Budes de Guébriant, died 25.02.1930 Lai Teu Tsoei (murderd), Beatification 15.05.1983, Canonisation 01.10.2000 [18]

 

Vic, Casimir

 

 

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Born 29.09.1852 Mourmentres (Rodez), member of C.M. 1873, priest 26.05.1877, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Metellopolis and Apostolic Vicar of Kiam-Si Orientale 11.09.1885, consecrated 24.01.1886 in Foutcheou, consecrator Mons. Bray, died 02.06.1912 Kia-hing [19]

 

Vidi, Pio

 

 

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Born 19.05.1842 Verona, member of O.F.M. 1857, priest 16.05.1865, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Cestrus and Coadjutor of Chensi 24.08.1886, consecrated 09.01.1887 in Sianfu, consecrator Mons. Pagnucci, emeritus 23.03.1900, died 28.08.1906 La Valetta/Malta [20]

 

Vienne de Hautefeuille, Jean de

 

 

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Born 02.04.1877 Douai (Cambrai), member of C.M. 02.07.1899, priest 09.06.1900, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Abrittum and Coadjutor of Ce-Li Meridio-Occidentale 10.08.1915, consecrated 21.11.1915 in Tchengtingfou, consecrator Mons Jarlin, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Ce-Li Meridio-Occidentale 04.02.1917, nominated Coadjutor of Ce-Li Settentrionale 02.04.1919, additional nominated Apostolic Administrator of Ce-Li Marittimo 22.07.1920, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Ce-Li Marittimo 12.06.1923, nominated Bishop of Tientsin 11.04.1946, emeritus 14.06.1951, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Abora 14.06.1951, died 21.09.1957 [21]

 

Villanova, Guglielmo da

 

Born (unknown date), member of O.F.M., priest, nominated Bishop for China 23.07.1307, consecrated, consecrator Cardinal Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle [22], never went to China, died (unknown date) [23]

 

Visdelou, Claude de

 

Born 12.08.1656 Castle Bienassis en Pleneuf, Trebry /France, member of S.J. 05.09.1673, priest, nominated by Bishop Tournon [24] Apostolic Vicar of Kouytcheou 12.01.1708, Tit.-Bishop of Claudiopolis 10.02.1708 (approved by the Pope 15.03.1711) and Apostolic Administrator of Houkouang 02.02.1709 or 15.03.1711, consecrated (secretly) 02.02.1709 in Macau, consecrator Cardinal de Tournon [24], expelled, since 1709 in India, died 11.11.1737 Pondicherry (India) [25]

 

Vogel, Charles

 

 

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Born 03.11.1878 Bischwiller (Strasbourg), member of M.E.P., priest 23.06.1901, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Partais and Coadjutor of Swatow 10.12.1934, consecrated 01.05.1935 in Swatow, consecrator Mons. Rayssac, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Swatow 09.12.1935, nominated Bishop of Swatow 11.04.1946, died 13.04.1957 Montbeton [26]

 

Volonteri, Simeone

 

 

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Born 06.06.1831 Milano, member of M.E.M. 1855, priest 1855 or 1857, nominated Apostolic Pro-Vicar of Honan 1869, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Palaeopolis and Apostolic Vicar of Honan 22.07.1873, consecrated 22.02.1874 in Wuchang, consecrator Mons. Zanoli, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Ho-Nan Meridionale 11.12.1884, died 21.12.1904 Fengking [27]

 

 

Vos, Alphonse de


 

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Born 21.04.1840 Bruges, priest 19.12.1863, member of C.I.C.M. 1868, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Abdera und and Apostolic Vicar of Mongolia Occiduo-Meridionale 11.12.1883, consecrated 18.05.1884 in Siwantze, consecrator Mons. Bax, died 21.07.1888 San-tao-ho [28]




[1] See Perraud

[2] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):196; Website of Diocese of Hongkong (http://archives.catholic.org.hk/In%20Memoriam/Clergy-Brother/E-Valtorta.htm)

[3] Pierre-Lambert Goossens (1827-1906), Archbishop of Mechelen since 1884, Cardinal since 1889

[4] See Perraud, Eubel 8:602, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:566; according to Bibl.Miss born in 1845; according to Eubel he was nominated Apost. Vicar of Mongolia Centrale on 07.05.1898

[5] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):475; website Archives diocese Hongkong, according to Bibl.Miss born in Peizegem

[6] See Perraud, Eubel 9:33, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:107, Annuario Pontificio; Planchet 1917:90, according to Bibl.Miss. Loenhout belongs to the Diocese of Antwerpen; according to Bibl.Miss he died in Keihwating

[7] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):488

[8] After a trip to Rom in 1949 he received no re-entry to China

[9] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):302

[10] See Perraud, www.es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francisco_Varo

[11] Antonio Riberi (1897-1967), 1934 Titular-Archbishop of Dara, Apost. Nuncio, e.g. 1946-51 to China, 1967 Cardinal

[12] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):116, Annuario Pontificio, http://www.musicalenapepe.com/JUAN_BAUTISTA_DIAZ_VELASCO.html

[13] See Perraud, www.cbv.ns.ca/nwcomndx/stagnchr/v.htm, www.scarboromissions.ca/Learn_about_us/docs/sfm_deceased.pdf

[14] See Perraud

[14a] See Planchet 1917:80, wikipedia,

[15] See Perraud; letter of Father Adams to Father Perraud (archive of the authors), Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:220, Eubel 8:530; www.bautz.de/bbkl/v/verhaeghen_t.shtml; according to Bautz he was born 19.01.1867

[16] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):305

[17] See Perraud, Eubel 7:157

[18] See Perraud, Eubel 9:115, www.bautz.de/bbkl/v/versiglia_l.shtml;

[19] See Perraud, Annuario Pontificio, Eubel 8:381

[20] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:435, Eubel 8:197; according to Bibl.Miss he was born 01.05.1842; according to Bibl.Miss. he died in Siema/Malta

[21] See Perraud, Eubel 9:34, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:671; according to Bibl.Miss he became member of C.M. in 1895

[22] Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle, (1250-1312), Cardinal-Bishop of Porto since 1302

[23] See Perraud, http://users.bart.nl/~roestb/franciscan/franauta.htm, Robson 2006:111

[24] Charles Maillard de Tournon (1668-1710), Tit.-Patriarch of Antiochia, Apost. Visitator for China since 1702, Cardinal 1707

[25] See personal note of Charles Bransom, http://www.bautz.de/bbkl/v/visdelou_c.shtml, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claude_de_Visdelou; according to a note of Charles Bransom and Wikipedia he was already nominated by Papal Legate de Tournon 12.01.1708, but because of the missing affirmation of the pope his Superior General didn´t gave his permission to act as a bishop; according to Wikipedia he was consecrated in the prison, in which Cardinal de Tournon was detained

[26] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:724; according to Bibl.Miss he was born 03.12.1878

[27] See Perraud, Eubel 8:435, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.12:469, http://archives.catholic.org.hk/In%20Memoriam/Clergy-Brother/S-Volonteri.htm, Annuario Pontificio; according to Annuario Pontificio he was nomainated Apost. Vicar of Ho-Nan Meridionale 01.09.1882 and according to Eubel 08.01.1884;

[28] See Perraud, Eubel 8:69; according to Eubel he was born in Messines/Bruges