Son of the pious peasants Martin Baylon and Elizabeth Jubera. From youth he displayed great devotion to the Eucharist. Worked as a shepherd from ages 7 to 24, and was a good influence on his shepherd friends, an often rowdy group. Franciscan lay brother with friars of the Alcantarine Reform, often serving as cook or doorkeeper. His charity to the poor and afflicted, his unfailing courtesy and humility were remarkable even by Franciscan standards. While travelling in France, he defended the Real Presence against the blasphemies of a Calvinist preacher, and narrowly escaped death at the hands of a Huguenot mob. Poorly educated, he was still a counselor sought by rich and poor alike. His cultus is especially strong in Spain and southern Italy, in Central and South America.
- Eucharistic congresses and organizations (proclaimed by Pope Leo XIII on 28 November 1897)
- Obado, Bulacan, Philippines
- Segorbe-Castellón de la Plana, Spain, diocese of
- man in adoration before a vision of the Host
- “Saint Pascal Baylon“. CatholicSaints.Info. 16 May 2015. Web. 8 February 2016. <>