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Sites devoted to the Bl. "Charlie," a Puerto Rican layman who was a member of the Holy Name Society and the Knights of Columbus, and who had an interest in the liturgy. He died in 1963, and was beatified in 2001.
Sites related to the Bl. César de Bus, a renowned catechist and religious founder who died in 1607. He was beatified in 1975.
Charles de Foucauld, in his youth an agnostic and bon vivant, became a monk and wished to live among the poor as a brother to all. He was killed in Algeria in 1916.
The Bl. Charles Meehan, also called Charles Mahony or Charles Mahoney, was an Irish Franciscan who was martyred in 1679 in Wales for the crime of being a priest. He was beatified in 1987.
Information on the Bl. Christopher Bales, a native of County Durham who was martyred in London in 1590 for being a Catholic priest.
Christopher Buxton was martyred at Canterbury in 1588 for being a Catholic priest. He was beatified in 1929.
Sites about the Bl. Christopher Robinson, an English priest martyred in 1598.
A Yorkshire man, Wharton obtained an M.A. at Oxford. He became a priest, and was martyred at York in 1600.
Sites related to Columba Marmion, Benedictine abbot and author, who died in 1923.
All sites related to the beatified Trappist priest, Blessed Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi.
Blessed Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi was a Trappist priest from Nigeria who was beatified by Pope John Paul II on March 22, 1998. Blessed Cyprian was born in Western Nigeria in Igboezunu in September 1903 and died January 20, 1964 in England.

Please submit your site here if it has to do with the Catholic martyrs of Uganda, who died between 1885 and 1887.

If your site pertains to the Protestant martyrs of Uganda in this same time frame, or has information on both the Catholic and Protestant Ugandan martyrs, please submit it to the Ugandan Martyrs category instead.

St. Charles Lwanga and companions are a group of young men and teenage boys who died for the faith in what was then Buganda, between 1885 and 1887. But the first Christian martyr in these years was an Anglican bishop, and besides the 22 who are canonized Catholic saints, there are 23 known Protestant martyrs of Uganda who also suffered in this persecution.

This category is dedicated to the Catholic martyrs of Uganda. The related category for the Ugandan martyrs includes information on the Protestant martyrs as well.

Sites with information on St. Cajetan, also known as Gaetano, the founder of the Theatines.
Information on St. Catherine of Bologna, a Poor Clare and mystic, who died in 1463.
Sites with information on St. Charles Garnier, a seventeenth-century Jesuit missionary. He is one of the North American Martyrs.
St. Claude de la Columbière served as spiritual director to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. He died in 1682.
Sites dedicated to St. Claudine Thévenet, who founded the Religious of Jesus and Mary. She died in 1837.
Sites dedicated to St. Clelia Barbieri, who was only 23 years old when she died, after having founded a religious community for women.
Sites devoted to St. Cuthbert Mayne, a Protestant minister who converted to Catholicism, and became a priest. He was martyred in 1577.
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