St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort, the Patron Saint of the school was born on 31st January 1673 in the small town of Montfort in France. Even from his childhood days, he was virtuous and exhibited an extraordinary love for the poor. He loved and admired the mother of Jesus. He became a priest and worked ceaselessly for God and man. He went about from place to place with the message of God’s love. He taught poor people and championed their cause. His love for the abandoned and the beggars made him rugged, unpolished, and tempestuous.
He was a great scholar, a powerful speaker and an author of many spiritual works. His capacity to paint and carve along with his poetic skills had made him a spiritual “Leonardo da Vinci”. He never bothered about the consequences of telling the truth & doing what was right before the eyes of God.