St. Mutien-Marie Wiaux
Louis Wiaux was born the son of a
blacksmith in Mellet, Belgium, in 1841. Entering the Christian
Brothers, he changed his Baptismal name to Mutien. In 1859 he was
assigned to St. Bertuin’s School in Maloone, where he taught for
fifty-eight years, primarily in art and music.
Our Saint was noted for his
humility and piety, which earned him the
nickname of "the praying Brother." He was particularly fond of the Holy
Rosary. which he prayed constantly. He died on January 30, 1917.
He was canonized in 1989.
OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP,
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