Iturrate Zubero, Domingo, Bl.
ITURRATE ZUBERO, DOMINGO, BL.
Known in religion as Dominic of the Most Holy Sacrament, Trinitarian priest; b. May 11, 1901, Dima (Basque region), Spain; d. April 8, 1927, Belmonte, Spain. Domingo evidenced a religious vocation from an early age, joined the Trinitarians, and was ordained a priest. During his short life, he became known for the devotion with which he celebrated Mass and for his obedience. John Paul II praised Domingo, saying: "He strove to live according to two central principles of the spirituality of his order: the mystery of the Holy Trinity and the work of the Redemption, which lead to a life of intense charity" (beatification homily, Oct. 30, 1983).
Feast: April 7.
Bibliography: L'Osservatore Romano, English edition, no. 46 (1983): 6–7.
[k. i. rabenstein]