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Brochero, José Gabriel, 1840-1914

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Personal name headingBrochero, José Gabriel, 1840-1914
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Variant(s)Brochero, J. Gabriel (José Gabriel), 1840-1914
Brochero Dávila, José Gabriel del Rosario, 1840-1914
Dávila, José Gabriel del Rosario Brochero, 1840-1914
Brochero Dávila, Giuseppe Gabriele del Rosario, 1840-1914
Dávila, Giuseppe Gabriele del Rosario Brochero, 1840-1914
Cura Gaucho, 1840-1914
Sacerdote Gaucho, 1840-1914
Gaucho Priest, 1840-1914
Associated placeCórdoba (Argentina)
Birth date1840-03-16
Death date1914-01-26
Place of birthSanta Rosa de Río Primero (Argentina)
Place of deathVilla del Tránsito (Argentina)
Field of activityPhilosophy
AffiliationCatholic Church. Diocese of Córdoba (Argentina)
Profession or occupationProfessor Theologian Priest
Found inBischoff, E.U. El cura Brochero, c1994: p. 11 (José Gabriel Brochero) pp. 24, etc. (b. 1840; died 1914)
LC database, 10-06-95 (hdg.: Brochero, José Gabriel, 1840-1914)
Yo soy yo, 2010: t.p. (J. Gabriel Brochero) Argentine CIP (José Gabriel del Rosario Brochero)
Vatican website, October 2, 2020: (José Gabriel Brochero; Jose Gabriel del Rosario Brochero; priest affiliated with the Diocese of Córdoba; born 1840; died 1914; would travel through the mountains on his mule whom he called Facciabrutta [ugly-face])
Diocesis de Córdoba website, October 2, 2020: (José Gabriel Brochero (1840-1914))
   <> website, October 2, 2020: posted 2018 (Bl. Jose Gabriel del Rosario Brochero; born March 16, 1840 in Santa Rosa de Río Primero, Córdoba, Argentina; priest in the diocese of Córdoba, Argentina; ordained at age 26; known to travel long distances in Argentina on the back of a mule, dressed in sombrero and poncho, to serve the needs of Christians throughout his huge parish; cared for the sick during the cholera epidemic of 1867; contracted leprosy during his travels and was blind toward the end; died on January 26, 1914 in Villa del Tránsito, Córdoba, Argentina of leprosy; his beatification miracle involved the healing of 13 year old Nicolas Flores who was in a vegetative state following a severe car crash; beatification date was September 14, 2013 by Pope Francis; canonization date was January 21, 2016)
Catholic News Agency website, October 2, 2020: posted Jun 25, 2017(José Gabriel del Rosario Brochero; born 1840 in Argentina; father was Ignacio Brochero; mother was Petrona Dávila; Gaucho Priest; entered seminary at the age of 16; ordained a priest at the age of 26 for the Archdiocese of Cordoba; taught philosophy at a seminary for a few years; Fr. Brochero was known for riding throughout the countryside of his parish on the back of a mule to bring his people the sacraments, always wearing a poncho and sombrero in the style of a gaucho, or Argentinian cowboy; known for being particularly close to the poor and the sick, and helped care for those who contracted cholera during the epidemic in 1867; contracted leprosy from a leper in his parish, causing him to eventually become blind and deaf and to relinquish his parish duties, spending his last few years living with his sisters at home; died on January 26, 1914; 2012, Pope Benedict XVI approved a healing miracle attributed to Fr. Brochero, in which 13-year-old Nicolas Flores, who was in a vegetative state after a car accident, was cured through the intercession of the gaucho priest)
La Voz (Córdoba, Argentina) website, October 2, 2020: posted July 20, 2013 (José Gabriel Brochero Dávila; priest; subject of the book La familia del Beato José Gabriel Brochero Dávila by Liliana de Denaro)
Diario El Argentina website, October 2, 2020: posted October 16, 2016 (José Gabriel del Rosario Brochero Dávila; announcement of a mass celebrating his canonization)
Univisión website, October 2, 2020: posted October 16, 2016 (José Gabriel Brochero; Giuseppe Gabriele del Rosario Brochero; born 1840; died 1914; Cura Gaucho; Sacerdote Gaucho; priest who worked in Córdoba, Argentina; canonized on October 16, 2016 by Pope Francis)
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