Juan Jacobo Fernandez (July 25, 1808, Moire, Ourense, Spain – July 9, 1860, Damascus, Syria) was a Franciscan monk of the convent of Herbón who was a martyr who achieved beatification. He was martyred in Damascus when seven Spanish monks and an Austrian were assassinated on July 9, 1860, during an uprising by Turks and Druze against Christians. Fernandez was thrown from the tile roof of the church. Still alive, he fervently prayed to God that He would accept his sacrifice, until he was killed with a knife.

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  • Juan Jacobo Fernández y Fernández, O.F.M., (Piñor, 25 de julio de 1808 - † Damasco, 10 de julio de 1860) Religioso franciscano gallego que alcanzó el martirio. (es)
  • Juan Jacobo Fernandez (July 25, 1808, Moire, Ourense, Spain – July 9, 1860, Damascus, Syria) was a Franciscan monk of the convent of Herbón who was a martyr who achieved beatification. He was martyred in Damascus when seven Spanish monks and an Austrian were assassinated on July 9, 1860, during an uprising by Turks and Druze against Christians. Fernandez was thrown from the tile roof of the church. Still alive, he fervently prayed to God that He would accept his sacrifice, until he was killed with a knife. After their deaths, the names of Manuel Ruiz, Carmelo Volta, Engelbert Kolland, Nicanor Ascanio, Pedro Soler, Nicolás María Alberca, Francisco Pinazo and Juan Jacobo Fernández were beatified October 10, 1926 and are honoured yearly on 10 July. (en)
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  • Juan Jacobo Fernández y Fernández, O.F.M., (Piñor, 25 de julio de 1808 - † Damasco, 10 de julio de 1860) Religioso franciscano gallego que alcanzó el martirio. (es)
  • Juan Jacobo Fernandez (July 25, 1808, Moire, Ourense, Spain – July 9, 1860, Damascus, Syria) was a Franciscan monk of the convent of Herbón who was a martyr who achieved beatification. He was martyred in Damascus when seven Spanish monks and an Austrian were assassinated on July 9, 1860, during an uprising by Turks and Druze against Christians. Fernandez was thrown from the tile roof of the church. Still alive, he fervently prayed to God that He would accept his sacrifice, until he was killed with a knife. (en)
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