Aloysius (or Louis)

Aloysius (or Louis)

of Gonzaga, a saint of the Roman calendar, born in Castiglione, 1568, noted in his youth for devotion and severity, entered the order of Jesuits 1587. In 1591, during an epidemic at Rome, he distinguished himself by labors and sacrifices, and finally fell a victim to the pestilence. He was canonized 1726 by Benedict XIII, and is commemorated in the Roman Church June 21. — Butler, Lives of Saints, June 21.

 
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