Sorry people, those cabins in the mountains turned out to be more in the boondocks than expected… some of my friends were going into net withdrawal!
The OP was about St Pelayo, Pelai, Peyo or Paio, patron saint of the purity of children. It’s one of those cases where the better stories are those least likely to approach the truth. The most likely to be true version is that he was the nephew of Hermoginio, bishop of Tuy; uncle and nephew were captured by the troops of Abd-a-Rahman III after the battle of Valdejunquera. The uncle was released first; the nephew stayed in captivity for three years and was eventually executed. The stories say that, being a pretty kid, he received and rejected advances, hence his patronage.
Papa Pio? PADRE Pio, or Pappa Pio! He was a monk, not a Pope! (Padre is Father, Pappa is Daddy)