Paschal Baylón OFM (16 May 1540 – 17 May 1592) was a Spanish Roman Catholic lay professed religious of the Order of Friars Minor.He served as a shepherd alongside his father in his childhood and adolescence, but desired to enter the religious life. He was refused once but later was admitted as a Franciscan lay brother and became noted for his strict austerities, as well as his love for and
Dedication: Paschal Baylon
Franciscan lay brother and mystic. Born to a peasant family at Torre Hermosa, in Aragon, on Whitsunday, he was christened Pascua in honor of the feast. According to accounts of his early life, Paschal labored as a shepherd for his father, performed miracles, and was distinguished for his austerity.
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Santi Quaranta Martiri e San Pasquale Baylon is a Roman Catholic church, built in a late-Baroque style, located on Via San Francesco a Ripa in the Rione Trastevere, Rome, Italy.
Saint Paschal Baylon’s story In Paschal’s lifetime the Spanish empire in the New World was at the height of its power, though France and England were soon to reduce its influence. The 16th century has been called the Golden Age of the Church in Spain, for it gave birth to Ignatius of Loyola, Francis Xavier, Teresa of Avila, John of the Cross, Peter of Alcantara, Francis Solano, and Salvator of Horta.
His parents, Martin Baylon and Elizabeth Jubera, were virtuous peasants. The child began very early to display signs of that surpassing devotion towards the Holy Eucharist , which forms the salient feature of his character.
Apr 25, 2014 · Nacque il 16 maggio 1540, giorno di Pentecoste, a Torre Hermosa in Aragona, Spagna, da Martino Baylon e da Isabella Jubera; fin da bambino dimostrò una spicc
May 22, 2017 · Spettacolo delle Luminarie a tempo di musica durante la festa di San Pasquale Baylon 2017 a Nocera Superiore.
Autor: Luigi Botta
REGULAR WEEKEND MASSES. Saturday – 4:30 PM. Sunday – 8:45 AM. Sunday – 10:30 AM (Sign language interpreted) Nursery care for children ages one to three at both Sunday Masses.