Blessed Charles De Foucauld (Brother Charles of Jesus) (standing, on the left, right at the bottom).
He was born on September 15th 1858 in Strasburg and called back to God on December 1st 1916 in the Algerian Desert. He was beatified in 2005 by Benedict XVI. His feast day is on December 1st.
He was an officer with the French Army, and as he lived a very hectic life, he experienced a radical conversion, was ordained a priest, and became a hermit in different parts of Algeria, Morocco, and also for a while in Nazareth. He lives a great devotion to the Holy Family, which he sees as portraying the ideal vow of poverty. His devotion to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus is passionate (of which he carries the image on his religious habit) and, in 1889, he dedicates himself to this Divine Heart in the Sacred Heart Basilica in Paris.