St. John the 23rd
According to Catholic Online, the man who would be Pope John XXIII was born in the small village of Sotto il Monte in Italy, on November 25, 1881. He was the fourth of fourteen children born to poor parents who made their living by sharecropping. Named Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, the baby would eventually become one of the most influential popes in recent history, changing the Church forever. He is famous for the issuance of Vatican II. Listen to this video by James Martin, S.J.