Ever since I heard about the Claretian Martyrs of Barbastro from my initial formation, it was my deep desire to visit this place where our elder brothers suffered for the sake of Christ and prepared themselves to give up their life for Him. Thanks to the Almighty God for fulfilling my long awaited dream. I was in Barbastro community for a week where we have the Museum of 51 Claretian martyrs. The spiritual atmosphere of this old Martyr Seminary allowed me to make a journey with them on their way to martyrdom. The guidance and narration of Benjamin Elcano cmf regarding Claretian martyrs of Barbastro helped me to imagine what has happened on July 20th 1936 when 60 anarchists broke into this silent cloister shouting “where are you hiding the weapons”? The words of Superior of the community (Munárriz cmf) that ‘we are religious and here are no arms’ in fact infuriated the anarchists. Indeed it was the beginning of their way to martyrdom. Humanly speaking the most anxious moments of uncertainty and fear. But I believe that they were able to transcend their physical vulnerability for being faithful to their vocation by the grace of God and the mutual encouragement.