Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Saint Ludovico Pavoni – Saint of the Day – April 1

Saint Ludovico Pavoni Feast Day, Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Beatification Date, Canonization Date

Ludovico Pavoni, Bishop Born: September 11, 1784, in Italy, Europe. Worked in Saint Barnabas, Italy. Died: April 1, 1849, in Saianco, Italy. Feast Day is celebrated on April 1.


The Memorial of Saint Ludovico Pavoni – Saint of the Day Biography

Saint Ludovico Pavoni, Bishop Profile

Date of Birth September 11, 1784
Country of Birth Italy of Europe
Matrimony/Holy Orders Saints who were Bishop
Profession Priest, Bishop
Place of Work Saint Barnabas, Italy
Date of Death April 1, 1849
Place of Death Saianco, Italy
Feast Day April 1
Beatification Beatified by Pope John Paul II on April 14, 2002, in Saint Peter’s Square Vatican City
Canonization Canonized by Pope Francis on October 16, 2016, in Saint Peter’s Square, Vatican City
Patron Saint of Sons of Mary Immaculate
Saint Ludovico Pavoni
Saint Ludovico Pavoni

Saint Ludovico Pavoni Biography

St. Ludovico Pavoni was firstborn to five siblings born on 11 September 1794. At a young age, Lodovico saw a vision on the needs for male education. He opened a center for male and expanded it into a hostel in 1821. He established a religious congregation known as Sons of Mary Immaculate in 1825.   

Today there are two hundred and ten members in Brazil, Spain, and Italy. Books are still published

Brazil, Spain, and Italy. Books are still published


St. Lodovico Pavoni on April 1, 1849, in Italy of natural causes. His is in tomb in Brescia.

Process and Beatification of St. Lodovico Pavoni

Pope Benedict XV made St. Lodovico Pavoni known as a servant of Cod on March 12, 1919. On June 5, 1947
Pope Pius XII declared Pavoni had lived a model Christian life of heroic,virtue and declared him to be Venerable.