Pier Giorgio Michelangelo Frassati is born in Turin, April 6th, Holy Saturday.
His sister Luciana is born, 18th August.
With his sister, he attends a State school in Turin.
He makes his First Holy Confession on June 20th in the Church of Corpus Domini.
He makes his First Holy Communion on June 19th at the Chapel of the Sister Helpers of the Souls in Purgatory.
Having failed his exams, he is sent to a private school run by the Jesuit Fathers.
His father is appointed Senator of the Kingdom (of Italy).
He enrolls in the "Apostleship of Prayer" and in the "Company of the Most Blessed Sacrament."
He receives the Sacrament of Confirmation on June 10th in his parish church, Our Lady of Grace, ("La Crocetta.")
He receives his high school certificate.
He enrolls in the Faculty of Industrial Mechanical Engineering at the Royal Polytechnic of Turin, declaring a specialization in mining engineering.
He joins the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
He enrolls in the Italian Catholic Students Federation and the organization known as Catholic Action.
His father is appointed Italian Ambassador to Berlin.
He enrolls in the "University Students' Nocturnal Adoration Group."
He attends the first "Pax Romana" Congress in Ravenna.
He is with his family in Berlin and later is the guest of the Rahner family in Freiburg.
He attends the Young Catholic Workers Congress in Rome and is arrested during a demonstration.
He enrolls in the Popular Party (the newly founded Catholic Party).
He joins the "Milites Mariae" Circle of the Young Catholic Workers.
He becomes a Dominican Tertiary, taking the name Girolamo after Fra Girolamo Savonarola.
He founds with his friends the association "Tipi Loschi" (often translated as "the Sinister Ones" or "the Shady Characters."
Suddenly stricken with poliomyelitis, he dies on July 4th after six days of terrible suffering.
His mortal remains are exhumed and found to be perfectly intact and incorrupt.
Pope John Paul II flies to Pollone to pray at his tomb.
Pier Giorgio Frassati, the "Man of the Eight Beatitudes" is beatified on May 20th by Pope John Paul II in St. Peter's Square in Rome, in the presence of thousands of young people.