Cast Stone Medallions
Christopher Clavius, d. c. 1612, was a mathematician and astronomer. One of the largest craters on the moon is named for him.
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, d. 1955, paleontologist and philosopher.
Matteo Ricci, d. 1610, was a scientist and missionary to China.
Robert de Nobili, d. c. 1656, was a missionary to India.
St. Alphonsus Rodriguez, d. 1617, was a Jesuit brother who was recognized for his outstanding holiness. He is the patron saint of the Jesuit brothers.
St. Stanislaus Kostka, d. 1568, died at age 18 as a Jesuit novice.
St. Aloysius Gonzaga, d. 1591, was a Jesuit scholastic when he died.
St. John Berchmans, d. 1621, was a Jesuit scholastic when he died.
St. Peter Claver, d. 1654, was a missionary to slaves in South America.
St. Peter Faber, d. 1546, was Ignatius’s first companion in the Society of Jesus.
St. John Francis Regis, d. 1640, did pastoral work among the poor in rural France.
St. Ignatius Loyola, d. 1556, was the founder of the Society of Jesus.
St. Francis Xavier, d. 1552, was one of Ignatius’s original companions. He was a missionary to India and Japan.
Jean Baptiste Maisounabe, d. 1848, founder of the College of the Immaculate Conception in New Orlelans.
John Cambiaso, d. c. 1865, built the Baronne Street church and the first school buildings on Baronne and Common.
St. Isaac Jogues, d. 1646, was one of the North American martyrs.
St. Edmund Campion, d. 1581, was one of the English martyrs.
St. Robert Southwell, d. 1595, was one of the English martyrs.
St. Robert Bellarmine, d. 1621, scholar and theologian.
St. Peter Canisius, d. 1597, a theologian and author who worked in Germany and Austria during the Reformation.
Ignacio Martin-Baro, d. 1989, was martyred in El Salvador by political extremists.
Bl. Rupert Mayer, d. 1945, was imprisoned for preaching against the Nazis.
St. Paul Miki, d. 1597, was one of the martyrs of Japan.
St. Roch Gonzalez, d.1628, was one of the founders of the Paraguay mission.
Bl. Miguel Pro, d. 1927, was martyred during the Mexican Revolution.
Walter Ciszek, d. 1984, spent 23 years in Soviet prison camps.