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Experts on Titus Brandsma

From the Carmelites

Dr. Giovanna Brizi
Postulator General of the Carmelite Order

Giovanna Brizi is the Postulator General of the Carmelites since 2015. In 1998 she obtained a diploma at the Studium of the Congregation of the Causes of the Saints, with a summa cum laude. From 1999 onwards she worked with different Postulators. From September of 2015 she has been the Postulator General of the Carmelite Order. [Italian, German].

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V. Rev. Fernando Millán Romeral, O. Carm.
Vice Postulator of the Blessed Titus Brandsma Cause

Fr. Fernando Millán Romeral is a Spanish Carmelite and professor at the Pontifical University Comillas in Madrid where he directs the University Institute of Spirituality. Although his field of research and teaching is sacramental theology, he has studied the life and spiritual profile of Blessed Titus Brandsma and has written numerous articles and a biography which is translated into various languages. Fr. Fernando is preparing an intellectual-spiritual biography of Titus. [Spanish, Italian, English, Portuguese].

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V. Rev. Mario Esposito, O. Carm.
Vice Postulator of the Blessed Titus Brandsma Cause

Fr. Mario Esposito is currently the prior provincial of the North American Province of St. Elias. As vice postulator he followed the diocesan inquiry of the miracle which took place in the Diocese of Palm Beach (Florida). He also was responsible for delivering the acts of the diocesan inquiry to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints in Rome. [English].

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Most Rev. Míceál O’Neill, O. Carm.
Prior General of the Carmelite Order

Fr. Míceál O’Neill is the current prior general of the Order. He studied in Rome and has spent a number of years in the city of Rome as a member of the General Council for 12 years and as prior of Centro Internazionale Sant’Alberto. He also worked in the Carmelite missions in the mountains of Peru. [English, Italian, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese and Gaelic].

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From the Diocese of Palm Beach (Florida, USA)

Dr. Jennifer Trefelner
Director of Communications at the Diocese of Palm Beach

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From Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Prof.Christoph H. Lüthyr
Chair, History of Philosophy and Science

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Dr. J.B.A.M. Brabers
University Historian of Radboud University Nijmegen

Website: https://www.ru.nl/english/people/brabers-j/

Prof. Inigo M.K. Bocken
Academic Staff Member: Titus Brandsma Instituut

Website: https://www.ru.nl/english/people/bocken-i/

Prof. Marc A.B.M. de Kesel
Academic Staff Member: Titus Brandsma Instituut

Website: https://www.ru.nl/english/people/kesel-m-de/

Radboud University, formerly the Catholic University of Nijmegen, is where Fr. Titus taught and was Rector Magnificus in 1932-33. Everyone listed are contributors to the book Titus Brandsma: van held tot heilige (From Hero to Saint).

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