St. Ambrose of Milan
St. Ambrose of Milan was a fourth-century bishop and doctor of the Church. He was well versed in law, literature, and rhetoric. At one point, he was governor before becoming Bishop of Milan in 374. His most famous convert and pupil was St. Augustine of Hippo. He was also known for his great charity to the poor as he gave away all of his property and money. He fought against Arianism and his work on St. Sebastian presented here testifies to his great devotion for his hometown martyr.