1701: Francesco Ignazio Vincenzo (Francis Ignatius Vincent, later brother Ignatius of Laconi) is born in Laconi, diocese of Oristano, the 17th of December to Anna Maria Sanna and Mattia Cadello Peis.
1707: he receives his confirmation and first communion on May 17 from Monsignor Francesco Masones, Archbishop of Oristano.
1721: he enters the novitiate-monastery of San Benedetto in Cagliari November 10 and dons the Capuchin habit of a lay brother, taking the name Brother Ignatius.
1722: November 10, he makes his religious profession.
1722-1742: is placed in charge of the kitchen and the wool mill, initially at Iglesias and then at Cagliari, first in the Monastery of San Benedetto and then Buoncammino.
1742-1781: is alms seeker for all of Cagliari until just before his death.
1781: dies May 11 in the infirmary at Buoncammino monastery in Cagliari.
From death to canonization
1821: December 19, the first request of investigation of the remains of the Capuchin friar is sent to the Archbishop Navoni by the city of Cagliari.
1844: July 16, the Archbishop of Cagliari Emanuele Marongiu Nurra, opens the first informative process into the life of the Saint, 63 years after his death.
1845: September 3, the first informative process on the reputation of sanctity, conducted by the Curia of Cagliari, is concluded.
1854: May 4, a decree is issued for the introduction of the Cause.
1860: May 10, the Apostolic Process is concluded.
1869: May 26, Pope Pius IX declares the demonstration of the heroic virtues of the venerable Brother Ignatius.
1940: April 14, a decree recognizes the healings which occurred in 1923, 1928 and 1933 as miraculous.
1940: June 16, Pope Pius XII declares the beatification of Ignatius of Laconi.
1951: October 21, Pope Pius XII declares the Sainthood of Ignatius of Laconi, designating the 11th of May as his feast day and concluding the long process of canonization almost two centuries after the death of the Capuchin friar.