St. Winebald (8th century)
Winebald was the son of St. Richard the King, and the brother of St. Willibald and St. Walburga. During a pilgrimage to the Holy Lands, he became very ill. He spent the next seven years in Rome recovering and studying before finally returning to England. He was a missionary with St. Boniface to Germany, where he founded a monastery.

Reflections from the Saints

I should willingly give every drop of my blood to please Him and to prevent sinners offending Him. I shall be satisfied only when I am a victim, to make reparation for my innumerable sins and for the sins of all the world.
– St. Gemma Galgani