St. Simon of Trent, M. (d. 1475)
From the Sacred Liturgy: Auferte gentem perfidam credentium de finibus
(Take the faithless tribe
from the borders of the believing)
The case of St. Simon of Trent, came before the court of Pope Sixtus IV. He commissioned the greatest and
most famous professor of law at that time, Panvino, to serve as Chief Justice. Assisted by six cardinals, who confirmed the sentence.
The court officially stated:
The Hebrews killed the little boy Simon, in order to obey a rabbinical religious law; their motive being to serve a
most wicked piety and devotion by obtaining Christian blood for the celebration of Passover.
The records of this trial were originally kept in
the secret archive of the Citadel of St. Angelo and were then transferred to the Vatican, where they are available for examination. They were disclosed by Pope Benedict XIV. Also Pope Clement XIV as legal counsellor for the
Holy Office, before he became Pope, verified the murders of both St. Simon of Trent and St. Andreas of Rinn [remember St. Dominguito del Val, Mártir] as cases of ritual murder almost
300 years later, in 1770. The boy [Simon] who was tortured to death at Trent was officially canonized by Pope Sixtus V. The Holy Infant Martyr, St. Simon of Trent's feast, is always celebrated on March 24th.
Simon of Trent Murdered in Your Innocence, Ora Pro Nobis!
The Life of St. Simon of Trent
Pope Pius IX's Approbated La
Civilta Cattolica (Click, then
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(Article on Jewish Ritual Murder, 1881
The Talmud Unmasked
(By Fr. I. B. Pranaitis, 1892, Imprimatur)
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