Saint Nicholas of Tolentino
Born in answer to his mother's prayers, Nicholas demonstrated saintliness at an early age and later joined the Augustinian Friars. He loved feeding the poor at the monastery gates. The rolls, called St. Nicholas Bread, which he baked and distributed while praying to Mary, often cured the sick. Many miracles happened through his intercession, including resurrections. He humbly told people, "Say nothing of this. Give thanks to God, not me."
Feast Day: September 10