- “Blessed Jacinto Hoyuelos Gonzalo“. CatholicSaints.Info. 1 August 2015. Web. 1 August 2015. <>
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Lifelong layman in the archdiocese of Valencia, Spain. Married to Rosa Tarazona Ribanocha in October 1923. Sacristan. Member of several lay apostolate groups, and known as a man of faith and prayer. Martyred in the Spanish Civil War. His dying words: “Long live Christ the King!”.
Born to pious family. Joined the Salesians in Sarria, Barcelona, Spain in 1908. Worked as distributor of the bakery in Sarria, giving not just of the work of his house but his own sources to the poor. Teacher. Martyred in the Spanish Civil War.
Worked as a cook at the Salesian house in Sarria, Barcelona, Spain. Joined the Salesians a co-adjutor brother in 1892, and continued to work in the house’s kitchen until his health began to fail in old age. At the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, he worked with the wounded the Salesian infirmary, but was executed for holding to his faith. Martyr.
Joined the Salesians, making his solemn vows on 7 December 1894. Ordained in 1900. Teacher. Expelled from his teaching duties at the start of the Spanish Civil War, he worked with those wounded in the conflict until murdered by the anti-Christian forces for the crime of being a priest. Martyr.