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Neumann, John, Saint, 1811-1860

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Personal name headingNeumann, John, Saint, 1811-1860
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Variant(s)Neumann, Giovanni Nepomuceno, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Ivan Nepomuk, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, John Nepomucene, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Jan Nepomucký, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Jan Nepomuk, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Jan N., Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Jan Nepomucen, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Janez Nepomuk, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Jean Népomucène, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Joan. Nep., Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Johann Nep., Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Johann Nepomuk, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Johannes Nepomucenus, Saint, 1811-1860
Neumann, Juan Nepomuceno, Saint, 1811-1860
Noĭmann, Ioann Nepomuk, Saint, 1811-1860
Noĭman, Ivan, Saint, 1811-1860
Noĭman, Ivan Nepomuk, Saint, 1811-1860
Biography/History notein 1963 Pope John XXIII declared the bishop Blessed and he was formally beatified by Pope Paul VI on Oct. 13, 1963
Associated countryUnited States
LocatedPhiladelphia (Pa.)
Birth date1811-03-28
Death date1860-01-05
Place of birthPrachatice (Czech Republic)
Place of deathPhiladelphia (Pa.)
AffiliationCatholic Church
Catholic Church. Diocese of Philadelphia (Pa.)
Profession or occupationClergy Bishops Missionaries
Found inHe spared himself in nothing, 2003: title page (St. John Nepomucene Neumann, C.Ss.R.) page ix (St. John N. Neumann, C.Ss.R) page x (born in Prachatitz, Bohemia, on 28 March 1836; came to the United States in May 1836; died on 5 January 1860) page xi (ordained on 25 June 1836; became a Redemptorist in 1840; named fourth bishop of in 1852) page 205 (Johann Nep. Neumann; [author of two catechisms in German) page 206 (P. Joan. Nep. Neumann) page 208 (P. Joh. Nep. Neumann)
Boehmia sancta, 1989: page 258 (Svatý Jan Nepomucký Neumann; ... Jana N. Neumanna; born 28 March 1811 in Prachatice na Šumavě) page 259 (Jan Nepomuk Neumann) page 267 (died in Philadelphia on 5 January 1860) page 268 (Johann Nepomuk Neumann; canonized on 19 June 1977)
Wikipedia, July 9, 2019: Spanish Juan Nepomuceno Neumann page (Juan Nepomuceno Neumann) French Jean Népomucène Neumann page (Jean Népomucène Neumann; Redemptorist priest, missionary in the United States, and fourth bishop of Philadelphia (1852-1860)) Italian Giovanni Nepomuceno Neumann page (Giovanni Nepomuceno Neumann) Polish Jan Nepomucen Neumann page (Jan Nepomucen Neumann CSsR) Russian Noĭmann, Ioann Nepomuk page (Ioann Nepomuk Noĭmann) Dutch Johannes Nepomucenus Neumann (Johannes Nepomucenus Neumann; Czech Redemptorist missionary in the United States) Ukrainian Ivan [Noĭman] page (Svi︠a︡tyĭ Ivan Noĭman; Ivan Nepomuk Noĭman) Croatian Sv. Ivan Nepomuk Neumann (Sv. Ivan Nepomuk Neumann) Slovenian Janez Nepomuk Neumann page (sveti Janez Nepomuk Neumann; Czech saint and missionary)
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