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Feastday: February 9
Birth: 1854
Death: 1910
Beatified By: October 30, 1977 by Pope Paul VI
Canonized By: October 21, 1984 by Pope John Paul II

Saint (Brother) Miguel (1854-1910) was a member of the Order of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. He was born Francisco Febres-Cordero Muńóz on November 7, 1854 at Cuenca, Ecuador and died at Premiŕ de Mar, Spain on February 9, 1910.


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