St. Wolfgang (924-994)
Wolfgang joined the Benedictines in Germany and was appointed head of a monastery school. He set out with a group of monks to preach in Hungary, but returned to become the bishop of Regensburg. He helped reform the clergy of his diocese, restored monasteries, promoted education, and was renowned for his charity and aid to the poor.

Reflections from the Saints

Turn yourself round like a piece of clay and say to the Lord: I am clay, and you, Lord, the potter. Make of me what you will.
– Bl. John of Avila