A question from a reader in Poland concerning the celebration of the "lesser" Dominican blesseds who were moved from the General Calendar of the Order to the local calendars of their provinces suggested this post.
Since the Dominican Calendar available for download on the left sidebar had nothing on these blesseds, I have added an addendum to that calendar listing both the blesseds approved for use in the provinces in 1962 along with the Dominicans beatified Dominicans from 1962 to the present (marked with *).
Although these saints would normally be celebrated as "memorials" (an extra collect) only in their own provinces, nothing prohibits celebration of them in other provinces. And, for cause, they might also be celebrated as feasts of the Third Class, at least in their own provinces. I might also add that if one of these blesseds has a tomb or shrine in one of our priories or churches, then in that place the blessed is celebrated as a feast of the Second Class. This is parallel to Dominican saints with feasts of the third (or second) class: in the place of the shrine or tomb, they rank as first class.