San STANISLAO Kostka (October 28, 1550 - August 14, 1568), a Polish Jesuit, proclaimed holy by Pope Benedict XIII in 1726. The second-born of a noble Polish family when he was thirteen was sent to Vienna together with his older brother to study in the Jesuit College, and here during a serious illness, following the appearance before Santa Barbara who gave him Communion, and then the Virgin with the Child, understood what he would wish to consecrate his future, and assumed the determination to enter the Society of Jesus. Despite the family's aversion to his projects, he succeeded, with the support of college fathers, leaving Vienna to walk to Rome, where he became a Jesuit novice. In Roman College he would have completed philosophical and theological studies and be ordained a priest, but died prematurely in the night between August 14 and 15, 1568, following a sudden sudden illness. Copied with scholarly youth with Jesuit saints Luigi Gonzaga and Giovanni Berchmans, at the time of the press was commemorated on November 13, the Roman Martirolio of 2001 sets liturgical memory on August 15, the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth to heaven). Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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title: SAN STANISLAO KOSTA, CONFESSOR

subject date: 2017-11-02

caption: San STANISLAO Kostka (October 28, 1550 - August 14, 1568), a Polish Jesuit, proclaimed holy by Pope Benedict XIII in 1726. The second-born of a noble Polish family when he was thirteen was sent to Vienna together with his older brother to study in the Jesuit College, and here during a serious illness, following the appearance before Santa Barbara who gave him Communion, and then the Virgin with the Child, understood what he would wish to consecrate his future, and assumed the determination to enter the Society of Jesus. Despite the family's aversion to his projects, he succeeded, with the support of college fathers, leaving Vienna to walk to Rome, where he became a Jesuit novice. In Roman College he would have completed philosophical and theological studies and be ordained a priest, but died prematurely in the night between August 14 and 15, 1568, following a sudden sudden illness. Copied with scholarly youth with Jesuit saints Luigi Gonzaga and Giovanni Berchmans, at the time of the press was commemorated on November 13, the Roman Martirolio of 2001 sets liturgical memory on August 15, the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth to heaven). Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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