St. Aloysius - Lectern Frontal LF768
Artwork by The Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey.
Aloysius Gonzaga, Jesuit Priest, (1568-1591).
A contemporary of St. Charles Borromeo (from
whom he received his first communion) and St. Robert Bellarmine who was his
Feast day 21st June.
He died as a young man caring for plague
victims. In 1729 Pope Benedict XIII declared him patron saint of students and
in 1926 Pope Pius XI named him patron of all Christian youth. Because of the
nature of his death, showing compassion and courage in the face of an incurable
disease, he is also regarded as patron of AIDS sufferers and their carers.
He is pictured with lilies showing his innocence
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