Hand carved in Maple wood and hand painted by professional artists. Made in Italy. St Paschal Baylon with Monstrance Figurine is available in various sizes, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Feastday: May 17th
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Portrayal and Imagery: Represented as a monk with crook, cross around his neck, book and a monstrance as a symbol for his love for the Blessed Sacrament.
Patron saint of Eucharistic congresses and Eucharistic associations, shepherds and cooks
Paschal Baylon was born in a poor farmer's family in Torre Hermosa, in Aragon. In his young years, he spent his life as a shepherd for his father but had great skills: he could perform miracles. After teaching himself to read, he became a Franciscan lay brother in 1564, after having had a vision which told him to enter the Franciscan comity. Paschal Bayon spent the rest of his life as a faithful doorkeeper how lived a very humble life. Paschal Bayon died in a monastery in Villareal and was canonized in 1690.