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Saint Paschal Baylon with Monstrance Figurine Models protected by Law.
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Portrayal and Imagery: Represented as a monk with a crook, cross around his neck, book, and a monstrance as a symbol for his love for the Blessed Sacrament. Hand carved in Maple wood and hand painted by professional artists. Made in Italy. Paschal Baylon was born into a poor farmer's family in Torre Hermosa, in Aragon. In his youth, he spent his life as a shepherd for his father. During this time it was soon discovered Paschal could perform miracles. He became a Franciscan lay brother in 1564, after having had a vision which told him to enter the Franciscan comity. Paschal Baylon spent the rest of his life as a faithful doorkeeper who lived a very humble life. Paschal Baylon died in a monastery in Villareal and was canonized in 1690.
Patron saint of Eucharistic congresses and Eucharistic associations, shepherds and cooks
Feast Day: May 17th
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