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From the Order

Letter to The Brothers And Sisters of The Order
Concerning Urgent Assistance to Refugees

Dear Brothers and Sisters:

Be compassionate as your Father is compassionate” (Lk 6:36).

Mercy, as the expression of love, is without a doubt at the center of the Christian life. Pope Francis, who wished to call for a Jubilee for the Church under the title of Mercy, reminds us the Jesus Christ is the face of the mercy of God, and because of this, the mystery of the Christian faith presents its synthesis in this Word itself (cf. Misericordiae vultus, 1).

The problems, which emerge in the Church and in the Order always arise, in the final analysis, from the abandonment of a cultivating of a personal and profound relationship with God, from not knowing God: the principal and almost single cause of my errors – Saint Augustine will say – was to hold on to a mistaken idea of God (cf. Conf. 5,10,19). Because of this we must not forget that God is love and that Christ is the face of that love with which God loves us, as we are reminded in a beautiful way by Pope Benedict XVI: “God is love, and he who abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him (1 Jn 4:16). These words from the First Letter of John express with remarkable clarity the heart of the Christian faith: the Christian image of God and the resulting image of mankind and its destiny. In the same verse, Saint John also offers a kind of summary of the Christian life: We have come to know and to believe in the love God has for us. We have come to believe in God's love: in these words the Christian can express the fundamental decision of his life. Being Christian is not the result of an ethical choice or a lofty idea, but the encounter with an event, a person, which gives life a new horizon and a decisive direction” (Deus caritas est, 1). Probably one of our greatest challenges today as Christians is to take care of the truth and the quality of our love and, perhaps, to go back to the authenticity and to the power of our first love (cf. Apoc. 2, 4).

Love expresses itself in choices and in the realization of actions. Fidelity to Jesus, as I stressed in my first discourse as Prior General (cf. Acta Ordinis, 66 (2013), 191-196), leads us to focus our life on the principle of mercy, and, because of this, not to close ourselves in on ourselves, on our own security and on our own comfortableness, but rather to place ourselves where we encounter suffering, to stand in the trenches, together with the wounded. Our areas of work are many. So also our activities are many, but as religious and as an Order, if we are not built on compassion, all that we do will be without doubt irrelevant and not only will our apostolate be false but also our religious life and our Christian witness will not be credible.

We are witnessing the greatest exodus of refugees since the Second World War and it threatens to become a human catastrophe. It is a human drama of enormous proportions that cannot leave us indifferent. Although this affects Europe primarily, we all must respond to the outcry of those in need. It is a requirement of charity. Certainly, those oppressed by misery have been and always are the object of a preferential love on the part of the Church (cf. Catechism of the Catholic Church, 2448). Precisely our tradition as a mendicant Order, having arisen to be in the forefront of the Church and for service to humanity, prompts us to listen to this cry for help, to allow ourselves to be challenged by this and to respond in an effective and generous way. Our Augustinian charism did not develop from a flight from the world, but rather as an insertion into the world as the place of God’s love. The call of the needy Christ, who seeks hospitality (cf. Mt 25:31-46) is directed to every brother in the Order, to every sister of contemplative life, to every lay person who lives Augustinian spirituality, especially the members of Augustinian Spirituality groups, to each person and to all of us together. Augustinian communities should be known for being places where anyone can see a response that is freer, bolder, prompter, more intense, and more creative in the face of the need for mercy and for compassion. “Be compassionate as your Father is compassionate.”

a. The conversion of the heart

I will take from your body the heart of stone and I will give you a heart of flesh” (Ez 36:26)

The first step is to seek the interior transformation that permits us “to hear” humanity in need, the poor and the excluded. A society of comfort can lead to not only the danger of a growing secularization in our way of life, but also to the increase of self-centeredness, the fear of losing security for those who have lost the security of Christ and who, therefore, are viscerally opposed to any kind of risk. By no means, can xenophobic commentaries be acceptable, nor the comments that trivialize the tragedy of thousands and thousands of people who, fleeing from war and persecution, knock at the doors of Europe seeking the opportunity and the possibility of a better world, seeking hope.

All these refugees, coming from wherever they come from, are the family of Jesus and yet it seems that there is no room at the inn for them (cf. Lk 2,7). They ask for a response from us. This response, which we must give both individually and as an institution, must not be blocked by fear, by selfishness, or by political interests. Not to respond is to be an accomplice; to avoid responsibility is to contribute to the evil. When these tragedies are minimized, or when someone says that it is the responsibility for governments alone, is not the sadness of one’s own emptiness being shown, and ultimately, is not the falsehood of living one’s vocation being demonstrated?

May the Lord grant us a compassionate heart so that we can see the needy person as a subject and not as an object, as a person and not as a number, as a living reality and not as fiction. Certainly, “the joys and the hopes, the griefs and the anxieties of the men of this age, especially those who are poor or in any way afflicted, these are the joys and hopes, the griefs and anxieties of the followers of Christ. Indeed, nothing genuinely human fails to raise an echo in their hearts” (Gaudium et spes, 1).

b. Some considerations

Come you, blessed of my Father…because I was a stranger and you took me in (Mt 25: 34-35).

Pope Francis has presented us with a very specific request: “Faced with the tragedy of tens of thousands of refugees who flee death from war and hunger, and who have begun a journey moved by hope for survival, the Gospel calls us to be ‘neighbors’ of the smallest and the abandoned, and to give them concrete hope. It’s not enough to say, ‘Take heart. Be patient’.... Christian hope has a fighting spirit, with the tenacity of one who goes toward a sure goal. Therefore, as the Jubilee of Mercy approaches, I make an appeal to parishes, religious communities, monasteries and shrines throughout Europe, that they express the Gospel in a concrete way and host a refugee family. A concrete gesture in preparation for the Holy Year of Mercy. May every parish, every religious community, every monastery, every shrine of Europe welcome one family, beginning with my Diocese of Rome” (Allocution during the Angelus, 6 September 2015).

With this in mind, I appeal to all the brothers and sisters of the Order, especially those who live in Europe:

* I ask each major superior of the circumscriptions of Europe, in conjunction with their councils, to study, with a sense of urgency, the ways to respond to this call of the Pope.

* The major superior, in dialogue with local priors, Augustinian pastors and with those responsible in the Order’s Secretariat of Justice and Peace, to concretize the way in which each community or parish can host and care for at least one family of refugees. That is: to find accommodations (in their structures or in other places) and to care for their material and spiritual needs: housing, food, education, clothing, work, health assistance, legal questions, etc. For those communities with fewer resources, they can collaborate with others.

* This theme is to be discussed in the local chapters of the religious communities and in parish councils.

* To seek a greater effectiveness and coordination by collaborating with diocesan and inter-congregational structures.

* For circumscriptions outside of Europe: we all know of similar situations, which exist in many parts of the world, where the reality of displaced persons and of refugees is also alarming. However, here it is necessary to consider the best way to help and to collaborate.

* For circumscriptions or communities who wish to collaborate with economic aid, a special fund will be established in the General Curia to channel these contributions.

* I ask the major superiors of the Order to inform me concerning what has been determined in their circumscriptions with regard to the assistance of refugees. This information should be sent to the Secretary General of the Order.

* I convoke a day in the whole Order to pray for refugees, for persecuted Christians and for the victims of war. This will take place on 16 November 2015, the International Day for Tolerance, and in a way that includes the laity. The Institute of Augustinian Spirituality will send out instructions and materials.

I wish to express my deepest gratitude for whatever can be done to mobilize resources for those who need our help most urgently, knowing that opening ourselves to the boldness of the Gospel will benefit us also; helping others helps each one of us as well as the Order, as in the words of Saint John Paul II, “Man attains to the merciful love of God, His mercy, to the extent that he himself is interiorly transformed in the spirit of that love towards his neighbor” (Dives in misericordia, 14).

May Mary, Mother of Consolation, protect us and accompany us.

Given in Rome, 16 September 2015

Fr. Alejandro Moral Antón
Prior General, OSA

The Order of Saint Augustine begins a course of formation and spiritual deepening as we move toward the extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy with a series of reflections made by friars of the Order, published on YouTube and on the principal channels of communication of the Order. The Word of God and the deepening of its understanding in the light of Augustinian thought and in the light of the Augustinian charism are central in this proposed course in preparation for the extraordinary Jubilee event that will begin this coming December.

The first reflection was given by Fr. Joseph Farrell, the Vicar General of the Order of Saint Augustine, on the eve of the Feast of Saint Augustine which will be celebrated, Friday, 28 August and which will be celebrated by Cardinal Edoardo Menichelli, the Archbishop of Ancona-Osimo in a solemn pontifical liturgy at the tomb of Saint Augustine in the ancient Basilica of San Pietro in Ceil d’Oro. “As Augustinians, I believe that a way in which we can best prepare for the Jubilee Year is to re-discover, to discover anew, the treasure of wisdom, spirituality, and faith that we have in the writings of Saint Augustine,” Fr. Farrell explains. The references to Mercy in the works of Saint Augustine are particularly relevant and also very numerous because Augustine was mindful of the great mercy that he received in the course of his own life. “The Letters, the Sermons, the Expositions on the Psalms of Saint Augustine contain numerous references to Mercy, which brought him to his own conversion and which he continually received in the course of his life,” Fr. Farrell emphasized as he spoke on the day that the Church remembers Saint Monica, Augustine’s mother, August 27. She was the one who prayed for her son’s conversion and experienced this mercy of God.

Fr. Joseph Farrell in the first of these brief videos, reminds us of an example of Mercy in the works of Saint Augustine, as Augustine comments on the parable of the Prodigal Son: “When the merciful father comes close to his prodigal son he puts his hands on his son’s shoulders and it is as if he places on his shoulders Christ himself. No other burden is placed on the shoulders of the prodigal son. Thanks to mercy, the weight that the prodigal son was carrying has become lightened thanks to Christ, the Mercy of God.” Fr. Farrell concludes by inviting all to reflect on the writings of Saint Augustine as a reflection on the place of mercy in our lives and on the need to share mercy with our sisters and brothers.

The portrait of our Prior General, Alejandro Moral Antón, OSA has arrived in Rome and will be placed in the Curia next to the portraits of the previous Priors General. This portrait, created by the artist Giuseppe Antonio Lomuscio, will hang on the wall of the second floor of the Curia and will join the long line of other portraits which adorn the walls of the ground floor and the first and second floors of the Generalate. Although Alejandro Moral Antón, OSA is the 97th Prior General, he is the 96th friar to serve as Prior General of the Order of Saint Augustine because Clement of Osimo served two non-consecutive terms.

From the Circumscriptions

In Santiago, Chile, from 21 to 25 September of 2015, the friars of the Province of Chile celebrated their Ordinary Provincial Chapter in the Convento Nuestra Señora de Gracia. At the opening ceremony of the Chapter, the document from the Prior General, Fr. Alejandro Moral Antón, appointing Fr. Patricio Villalba, the Assistant General for Latin America, as the President of the Chapter was read. After having read the names of those who were to take part in the Chapter, the members proceeded to the election of the various officials of the Chapter.

During the opening celebration of the Eucharist, presided over by Fr. Patricio Villalba, the re- election of Fr. Enrique Catalan as Prior Provincial was confirmed. Then, in the following session, the Counselors of the Province as well as the Provincial Secretary and Provincial Treasurer were elected. After the elections, the work of the Chapter continued with the work of reading and voting on the chapters and articles of the new Statutes of the Province. Then these chapters and articles were voted on by the assembly of the friars and the results of the voting was made known and the new Provincial Statutes were confirmed by the assembly.

On 28 August 2015, the feast of St Augustine, the Dutch Province launched a new book about its 120 years of history between 1886 and 2006.

The book is written in Dutch and is named 'Een kleine orde met allure. De augustijnen in Nederland, 1886-2006' ('A small order with a presence. The Augustinians in the Netherlands, 1886-2006'). In offering a full historical analysis, it has 512 pages and almost 100 illustrations, graphs and tables.

In this book, the author, Dr Brian Heffernan, tells the story of the Dutch Augustinians. At the end of the nineteenth century they consisted of a handful of parish ministers. During the twentieth century, their involvement in secondary education gave them a certain prestige in Dutch Catholic society. The impact on the Province of its expansion into missionary activity in South America and Papua (Indonesia) is included.

During the 120 years in question the Augustinians in the Netherlands were a small order with a presence. They were parish ministers and campaigners for the cause of Catholicism and religious life in the Netherlands. In the 1960s they regarded themselves as bearers of renewal, and today mostly as promoters of the spirituality of Augustine. These changing and often conflicting narratives provide a framework for the story, in which the constant reinvention of Augustinian identity holds centre stage.

The launch of the book took place in the Mariënhage priory in Eindhoven and was marked by a symposium on the history of the Dutch Province. Some 150 people attended and Professor Paul van Geest, Father Paul Clement (Provincial) and the author Brian Heffernan spoke.

The author, Brian Heffernan, is an academic researcher and a scholar of the history of the Order. The book has ISBN 978-90-8704-523-4 and costs EUR 49. It can be obtained directly from the publisher at or via

Chicago, USA
The members of the Province of Our Mother of Good Counsel in the United States began a year-long celebration of their 75th Anniversary as a Province...

We express our congratulations to:

Solemn Profession

DOMINGO DAVID, Marlon (ORI), September 10, 2015
PLAZOS REMOLADO, Rhuel (ORI), September 10, 2015
UKLEJA, Marcin (POL), September 04, 2015
DAVAKAN, Martin (BEL), August 29, 2015
RIEGO CASTILLEJOS, Ricardo (MEX), August 28, 2015
DORANTES DIAZ, Sergio Carlos (MEX), August 28, 2015
MERCADO, Richie (CHI), August 27, 2015
RODRIGUEZ, Bienvenido (VIL), August 23, 2015
MURRAY, Joseph A (VIL), August 23, 2015
KOVALAK, Andrej (ITA), July 05, 2015
JOHNS, Barnaby (CAL), June 07, 2015
MEDINA, Carlos (CAL), June 07, 2015
ESCOBAR, Edmar (CAE), May 11, 2015
LABANA, Genesis (CAE), May 11, 2015
LINGO, Robert Lee (CAE), May 11, 2015
SALCEDA, Arvin (CAE), May 11, 2015
TAMPOS, Mark Anthony (CAE), May 11, 2015
TUBID, Julius (CAE), May 11, 2015
QUEVEDO HERNANDEZ, Salvador (MEC), April 24, 2015
LOGOTETO, Vito M (ITA), March 24, 2015
IORIO, Christian (ITA), March 01, 2015
GUERRERO NAVARRO, Luis Alberto (PAN), February 21, 2015
TRAN, Kim Phu (Vincent) (AUS), February 01, 2015
KIM, Dong Woo (Augustine) (AUS), February 01, 2015
ALBAN MANCERO, Raul A (QUI), January 17, 2015
MARCILLO IZQUIERDO, Jose G (QUI), January 17, 2015
CACCIOTTI, Giuseppe (ITA), December 08, 2014
IMAJI, Peter John (NIG), November 13, 2014
ONUOHA, Julius Anayo (NIG), November 13, 2014
OYUDO, Ikenna Jude (NIG), November 13, 2014
SHEKARI, Jonah Matthew (NIG), November 13, 2014
UBIAKALA, Paulinus (NIG), November 13, 2014
HOLZHEIMER, Marcel (GER), October 11, 2014
SERON MATARONG, Jay R (ORI), September 27, 2014
ARAUZ, Glen de Jesus (AMC), September 27, 2014
VERA GUSI, Gilbert de (ORI), September 27, 2014
INJARAPU, Wilson Viswanath (ORI), September 27, 2014
MARTINHO ALBERTO, Tiago (HIS), September 13, 2014
OTAKA HIGA, Jose Javier (ARG), September 08, 2014
FRANCO GONZALEZ, Dagoberto (MEX), August 28, 2014
PAZ MENDIETA, Hector (PAN), June 14, 2014
ABELLANA, Imman Noel Arnado (CAE), June 12, 2014
ASOR, Aimark Palma (CAE), June 12, 2014
DURAN, Oswald Fajardo (CAE), June 12, 2014
NOMBREFIA, Antonio Oblea (CAE), June 12, 2014
VALMORES, Jasper Villanueva (CAE), June 12, 2014
SARDIDO CERBOLLES, Dante (ORI), June 04, 2014
BENDOY MORABE, Dante (ORI), June 04, 2014
SUPREMIDO MELGAR, Genaro (ORI), June 04, 2014
ARESSERIL, Emmanuel (IND), May 31, 2014
SIMON, Bernard (IND), May 31, 2014
JOOSADASAN, Anil Kumar (IND), May 31, 2014
YOUNG, Richard A (CHI), May 16, 2014
RODRIGUEZ VASQUEZ, Diomer (PER), February 15, 2014
MONTES DE OCA NUNEZ, Rodolfo (MEX), February 13, 2014
CINTRA, Paolo Henrique (BRM), January 12, 2014
MARKUS, Galadima Bitrus (NIG), January 06, 2014
MBUVI, Peter Kyalo (KEN), January 06, 2014
NYAOMA, Edwin Orina (KEN), January 06, 2014

First Profession

CARUANA, Brandon Lee (MEL), September 07, 2015
ARIPPA, Giuseppe (ITA), August 30, 2015
FILIPPI, Mattia (ITA), August 30, 2015
JELIC, Richard (ITA), August 30, 2015
CHU, Phong Dinh (BEL), August 29, 2015
PAREDES DE LA CRUZ, Irving Erubey (MEC), August 15, 2015
TORRES AGUILERA, Noe (MEC), August 15, 2015
SERRANO CANADA, Felipe de Jesus (MEC), August 15, 2015
LOPEZ CISNEROS, Marcos Antonio (MEC), August 15, 2015
PARRA CINTORA, Jesus (MEC), August 15, 2015
VAZQUEZ QUIROZ, Alberto (MEC), August 15, 2015
RODRIGUEZ STRUBBE, Carlos Miguel (CHI), August 01, 2015
TIERNEY, Jack (CHI), August 01, 2015
AGUILAR, Javier (VIL), August 01, 2015
WHITE, James (VIL), August 01, 2015
SIKAHANGA, Wilson J (TAN), July 01, 2015
MAYENJA, Daniel M (TAN), July 01, 2015
NYAGA, Atanasio (KEN), July 01, 2015
WAMBUA, Francis M (KEN), July 01, 2015
ARIG, Alvin (ORI), June 12, 2015
ESMILLA, Johnny (ORI), June 12, 2015
ALVAREZ, Amiel (ORI), June 12, 2015
ARLEGUI, William Peter (ORI), June 12, 2015
PORTAL, Jose Marie (ORI), June 12, 2015
ALMEREZ, Jules (CAE), May 15, 2015
ANILDES, Roner (CAE), May 15, 2015
DE CLARO, Olwencie (CAE), May 15, 2015
ERMAC, Keith (CAE), May 15, 2015
JUGARAP, Jebie (CAE), May 15, 2015
LAGROSA, Rey (CAE), May 15, 2015
TINIO, Carlo (CAE), May 15, 2015
UY, Jeffrey (CAE), May 15, 2015
ERAIMANTHURA, Puraidam Sijin Anthony (IND), May 04, 2015
PALLIPPATTU, Jestin Joseph (IND), May 04, 2015
THUNDIPARAMBIL, Vincent Linu Louis (IND), May 04, 2015
LE, Tuan Anh (Peter) (AUS), February 01, 2015
PHAM, Quang Tuyen (Peter) (AUS), February 01, 2015
ZHANG, Huyao (John) (AUS), February 01, 2015
ZAPATA NASIMBA, Patricio (QUI), January 24, 2015
GUERRERO CARRERA, Jose (QUI), January 24, 2015
DOMINGUES DE LIMA, Anderson (BRM), December 04, 2014
PEZZELLA, Luciano (ITA), August 31, 2014
KPOMADJE, Hyacinthe (BEL), August 31, 2014
HOUNSIEDE, Julien Coovi (BEL), August 28, 2014
MENDOZA ZAMORA, Jose Alejandro (MEX), August 28, 2014
ORIHUELA POPOCA, Emmanuel Israel (MEX), August 28, 2014
MENDOZA ABONCE, Jose Juan (MEX), August 28, 2014
OLAN ALMEIDA, Luis Baltazar (MEX), August 28, 2014
BARRERA AVALOS, Pedro (MEX), August 28, 2014
GARDUNO GONZALEZ, Raul (MEX), August 28, 2014
TAPIA ISLAS, Hector Manuel (MEX), August 28, 2014
DABROWSKI, Jacek (POL), August 28, 2014
HEMEN, Emmanuel A (NIG), August 26, 2014
YARATSADA, Moses Aiden (NIG), August 26, 2014
OKPE, Michael Adole (NIG), August 26, 2014
UJU, Solomon (NIG), August 26, 2014
DARUAN, John A (NIG), August 26, 2014
SIMON, Gideon F (NIG), August 26, 2014
EBEYE, Kennedy (NIG), August 26, 2014
DURA, Geoffrey (NIG), August 26, 2014
LUSUAMU, Yvon (CON), August 17, 2014
NYETUAMAZE, Raymond (CON), August 17, 2014
KESEKESE, Richard (CON), August 17, 2014
MIBIBA, Ignace (CON), August 17, 2014
LUFUILU, Cyrille (CON), August 17, 2014
BELANGBA, Benoit (CON), August 17, 2014
MADILAMBA, Athanase (CON), August 17, 2014
SIEGEL, Joseph (CHI), August 10, 2014
MULLARKEY, Nicholas (CHI), August 10, 2014
NARDONE, Colin (VIL), August 09, 2014
BOLIVAR, Arthur (ANG), August 06, 2014
DABRE, Gladson (ANG), August 06, 2014
YANG, Philip (CAL), August 02, 2014
BAIOCCO, Robert (CAL), August 02, 2014
VILLENEUVE, Maxime (CAL), August 02, 2014
NGUGO, Geoffrey (TAN), July 01, 2014
KOMBA, Jerasko (TAN), July 01, 2014
Mtuy, Richard (TAN), July 01, 2014
IMUJARO, Geofrey Barasa (KEN), July 01, 2014
PETER, Daniel Male (KEN), July 01, 2014
BUNGEI, Emmanuel Kipchumba (KEN), July 01, 2014
MLELWA, John (TAN), July 01, 2014
CAMARENA RODRIGUEZ, Edwin (PAN), June 05, 2014
GALVEZ MARTINEZ, Anel (PAN), June 05, 2014
MORENO GOVEA, Jorge (PAN), June 05, 2014
ARCA, Randy Afuang (CAE), May 13, 2014
BAJAMONDE, Christopher Rey Rebise (CAE), May 13, 2014
CAÑETE, Mark Louie Jumapao (CAE), May 13, 2014
FORTUNA, Eduardo Jr. Boyonas (CAE), May 13, 2014
PARK, Hyo-Jin Francisco (KOR), February 08, 2014
JANG, Jong-Hyup Paolo (KOR), February 08, 2014
JANG, Dae-Geon Andrea (KOR), February 08, 2014
VÁSQUEZ PASMIÑO, Roy Andrés (IQU), January 25, 2014
CENEPO SAQUIRAY, Brian Junior (IQU), January 25, 2014
FARFAN REANO, Riverson (APU), January 25, 2014
FERREIRA, Thulio Luis (BRM), January 12, 2014
FERREIRA, Tailer Douglas (BRM), January 12, 2014
SANTOS DE CARVALHO, Leandro (BRM), January 12, 2014
ALVES GOMES, Alisson Paulo (BRM), January 12, 2014

We pray for:

FERNANDEZ GONZALEZ, Humberto (HIS), September 12, 2015
RODRIGUEZ BLANCO, Honorio (MAT), September 02, 2015
JORDAN, Joseph A (VIL), August 20, 2015
MONTI, Ilario (ITA), August 12, 2015
FERRANTI, Angelo (ITA), July 12, 2015
AIXNER, Jan (BOH), July 08, 2015
GARCIA VAZQUEZ, Jose Fidel Adalberto (MEX), July 31, 2015
DULANTO SARRALDE, Angel (PHI), June 29, 2015
STEINMAN, Robert (VIL), June 15, 2015
GARLAND, William T (VIL), June 12, 2015
LAURICELLA-LETIZIA, Diego (ITA), May 12, 2015
DORAN, Edward (VIL), May 10, 2015
GUTIERREZ SILVA, Antonio (MEX), May 07, 2015
NOLAN, James L (VIL), May 05, 2015
RYAN, James Gerald (CHI), April 29, 2015
BOCXE, Bert (HOL), April 23, 2015
CASTRO MARTINEZ, Angel (PHI), April 21, 2015
LOPEZ MARTIN, Jose (HIS), April 21, 2015
MADRIGAL SANCHO, Francisco (HIS), April 20, 2015
LUCOZZI, Renzo (ITA), April 10, 2015
RUBIO BARDON, Pedro (PHI), March 24, 2015
ALVAREZ ALVAREZ, Manuel (PHI), March 14, 2015
SPINELLI, Joseph (VIL), March 10, 2015
DOBBIN, Edmund J. (VIL), March 08, 2015
MACIA PEREZ, Antonio (HIS), February 22, 2015
RED VEGA, Herminio de la (HIS), February 15, 2015
MC ERLEAN, Henry (CAN), February 15, 2015
MIRANDA AYOSO, Venturo (APU), February 12, 2015
BORG BONELLO, Emanuel (MEL), February 10, 2015
NICOLAS NICOLAS, Santiago (CAS), January 25, 2015
PRADO SALDANA, Oscar de (PHI), January 23, 2015
CRIOLANI, Pietro (ITA), January 07, 2015
LOTRINGEN, Caspar van (HOL), January 11, 2015
MONTES CALVO, Claudio (CAS), January 07, 2015
DE SIMONE, Russell (VIL), December 29, 2014
MAHONEY, Maurice (VIL), December 29, 2014
PEREZ BARRIO, Isidoro (HIS), December 29, 2014
VILLORIA ANDREU, Jesus (PHI), December 24, 2014
VIME RODRIGUEZ, Arsenio (PHI), December 20, 2014
RODRIGUEZ MURIEL, Francisco (CAS), December 14, 2014
VANDALON, Hugo (HOL), December 13, 2014
PACHO PACHO, Adalberto (PHI), December 08, 2014
SIDERA, Agostino (ITA), November 30, 2014
ROSSI, Vincenzo (ITA), November 29, 2014
SCHENK, Egbert (GER), November 24, 2014
STIBBLES, George (ANG), November 17, 2014
LOSADA COSTOYA, Domingo (HIS), November 16, 2014
AMOR MARTINEZ, Francisco (PHI), November 15, 2014
FUCHS, Angelus (Eduard) (GER), November 13, 2014
DIEZ SANCHEZ, Regino (PHI), November 03, 2014
GARCIA MARTINEZ, Florentino (MAT), November 01, 2014
O'BRIEN, Kieran (HIB), October 29, 2014
SPIESS, Ewald (Engelbert) (GER), October 21, 2014
CAVINATO, Giorgio (ITA), October 14, 2014
FLAHERTY, John J. (CHI), October 10, 2014
PAYNE, John F. (VIL), October 09, 2014
O'SULLIVAN, Michael (HIB), September 30, 2014
RAPONI, Domenico (ITA), September 18, 2014
BRECHT, David L (CHI), September 06, 2014
GERHARDY, Roger (Willy) (GER), August 04, 2014
DIAZ GARCIA, Gonzalo (MAT), July 30, 2014
FORMOSA-KERR, Cherubin (MEL), July 26, 2014
BEULLENS, Jules (BEL), July 23, 2014
MARTINEZ GUTIERREZ, Gregorio (PHI), July 21, 2014
VECCIARELLI, Gilberto (ITA), July 21, 2014
TRACY, T. Shawn (VIL), July 20, 2014
FALK, Bonifaz (Klaus) (GER), July 11, 2014
MORAN, Patrick (HIB), July 09, 2014
ALESSANDRI, Angelo (ITA), July 09, 2014
McHUGH, Peter (AUS), July 02, 2014
MARTINEZ IGLESIAS, Juan Antonio (PHI), June 22, 2014
LABRADOR GARCIA, José Esteban (HIS), June 20, 2014
CAMARENA MORENO, Odilon (MEX), June 20, 2014
PLANK, Bernhard (GER), June 01, 2014
MONTEIRO, Ralph (VIL), May 20, 2014
GHILARDINI, Luigi (ITA), May 14, 2014
CONWAY, James P. (VIL), April 28, 2014
BERNARDO APARICIO, Gregorio (PHI), April 26, 2014
SALVADOR MENDANA, Hermenegildo (MAT), April 26, 2014
BOSMANS, Lambert G. (CAN), April 20, 2014
ALVAREZ GOMEZ, Domingo (PHI), April 13, 2014
BURT, Donald X. (VIL), April 11, 2014
WOOD, Edson J. (VIL), April 09, 2014
BERNARDO APARICIO, Gregorio (PHI), March 26, 2014
PINEDA RAMOS, Rafael (MEX), March 22, 2014
POZO LIEBANA, Adolfo Benito del (PHI), March 18, 2014
DIEZ PEREZ, Agustín (PHI), March 13, 2014
HAUGHEY, Peter (HIB), March 05, 2014
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