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Marie-Benoît, de Bourg d'Iré, 1895-1990

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Personal name headingMarie-Benoît, de Bourg d'Iré, 1895-1990
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Variant(s)Peteul, Pierre, 1895-1990
Marie-Benoît, Père, 1895-1990
Benoît, Marie-, Père, 1895-1990
Maria Benedetto, Padre, 1895-1990
Mary Benedict, Father, 1895-1990
Marie-Benoît, du Bourg d'Iré, 1895-1990
Birth date1895
Death date1990
Found inMarie-Benoît de Bourg d'Iré, 2010: t.p. (Marie-Benoît de Bourg d'Iré, 1895-1990) p. 4 of cover (b. Pierre Peteul in 1895 in Bourg d'Iré, Anjou; became Brother Marie-Benoît in 1913 after studying as a Capuchin monk; d. 1990)
Deutsche Nationalbibliothek database, May 14, 2011 (hdg.: Marie-Benoît <de Bourg d'Iré>; 1895-1990)
BnF database, May 24, 2011 (hdg.: Peteul, Pierre, 1895-1990; refs.: Marie-Benoît (capucin; 1895-1990), nom en religion; Benedetti (capucin; 1895-1990), italien; Benoît, Marie- (1895-1990), nom en religion; b. Mar. 30, 1895, in Le Bourg-d'Iré, Maine-et-Loire; d. Feb. 5, 1990)
Zucotti, S. Père Marie-Benoît and Jewish rescue, 2013: ECIP galley (Père Marie-Benoît; French Capuchin priest; born Pierre Péteul on March 30, 1895, in the village of Le Bourg d'Iré, about fifty kilometers north of Angers, France; died on February 5, 1990, just a few miles from the village of Le Bourg d'Iré, where he had been born nearly a century before; Pierre Péteul, Père Marie-Benoît and Padre Maria Benedetto are one and the same person), January 4, 2013 (Père Marie-Benoît; anglicized form, Father Mary Benedict; in Italian, known as Padre Maria Benedetto; born March 30, 1895; died February 5, 1990; born Pierre Péteul; Capuchin Franciscan friar who helped smuggle approximately 4,000 Jews into safety from Nazi-occupied southern France; on December 1, 1966, he was honored with the Medal of the Righteous among the Nations for his courage and self-sacrifice; his actions to save Jews during the Holocaust were the reason for his epithet Father of the Jews (French: Père des juifs))
Études franciscaines, Revue semestrielle, Tome XIII, Juillet 1963, on Columbia University website, March 20, 2013 (Marie-Benoît du Bourg d'Iré)