Saint Charles Borromeo
Charles Borromeo was made a cardinal in 1559 by his uncle, Pope Pius IV. While the Church was suffering the effects of the Protestant reformation, Charles did his best to bring about internal reform. He prayed, helped organize the Council of Trent, made the Archdiocese of Milan a place of conversion and virtue, and sacrificed his personal wealth to care for the poor and sick.
Feast Day: November 4