La Vierge Marie et l’Enfant Jésus avec Saint Félix de Cantalice.
To commemorate the centenary, Fr. Charles, OFM, Cap. notes there is an opportunity to gain a plenary indulgence beginning today until May 18, 2016. Details here.
St. Felix was one of those humble lay-brother saints. A quaestor for the Roman friary, he was popularly known as Br. Deo Gratias, because he used that blessing whenever he received an alms or greeted passersby. Gratitude and joy was a hallmark of his spirituality. He was a dear friend of St. Philip Neri, as well an acquaintance of St. Charles Borromeo. He was beloved by the people of Rome, revered for his sanctity, healing, even preaching. Exhorting young men to live chaste lives, rebuking corrupt city leaders, teaching little children their catechism and leading them to devotion, while especially concerning himself with poor mothers - he was loved by all. He is buried in the Capuchin church of Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini on the Via Veneto - one of the first churches I visited when on my first visit to Rome.
Read more about St. Felix here.