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Bl. Brother Scubilionis

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Feastday: September 27
Birth: 1797
Death: 1867
Beatified By: 2 May 1989 by Pope John Paul II

Brother Scubilionis (born: Jean Bernard Rousseau) was a pious young man who served as a catechist. He entered the Christian Brothers' noviate in Paris, France in 1822, taking the name Scubilion and was an Elementary school teacher for ten years in various locations in France. In 1833, he was assigned to teach and work with slaves on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean and Brother Scubilionis spent 34 years there teaching. He modified the lessons to suit the natives, started classes for them at night, worked with local priests, and brought many to the faith by his example of Christian life.


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