St. Stanislaus

Saint Stanislaus is the patron of soldiers in battle and Krakow, Poland. He was a fiery preacher against sinful living regardless of class. St. Stanislaus was martyred during mass by King Boleslaus the Cruel after excommunicating him for war crimes and attempted theft of Church land. King Boleslaus was then ran out of power and later joined the monastic life out of the guilt he bore for his many crimes. St. Stanislaus’s feast day is April 11th.