Monday, February 05, 2018
He was not distinguished for spectacular works but rather for the humble and simple way in which he led his life as well as for his kindness - in particular towards the most deprived.
He spent most of his life in Granada where people still remember and celebrate him as a model example of Christian life and virtue.
In 1982 he was made a Servant of God and was later named as Venerable on 15 March 2008. Archbishop Angelo Amato presided over his beatification on 12 September 2010 on behalf of Pope Benedict XVI.