In the paradise of Christian holiness
is always right honor,
lives devoted to reverence,
of every race and place of this world,
as an example Roch of Montpellier,
better known as San Rocco,
wayfarer and healer French.
He arrived in Italy which was devastated by the plague in 1300,
marked with a red cross on her dress as a pilgrim,
symbol of eternal vocation to the Virgin Mary,
together with the wide-brimmed hat and stick,
consoling infinite holiness with the tears of orphans,
paying as angel comforting care of the sick,
giving food to the hungry,
but hiding in a cave when he was struck by the plague,
found by a dog who saw his holiness,
bringing each day of bread.
Was proclaimed a saint venerated in uncertain date,
but with the celebration to August 16,
recognized by the Church in the sixteenth century.