St. Ignatius de Azevado and Companions
Forty Jesuit martyrs. Spanish and Portuguese by descent, they set sail for the West Indies to work as missionaries when they fell into the hands of a Huguenot captain, Jacques Sourie, who put them to death near the Canary Islands. Ignatius, the superior of the band, was a native of Coimbra. They were all beatified in 1854.
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