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This profile was last updated on 3/9/04  and contains information from public web pages.

Bishop

Local Address: Italy
Vulcia
 
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Latin Saints of the Orthodox Patriarchate of Rome
www.orthodoxengland.btinternet.co.uk, 9 Mar 2004 [cached]
Clement March 5 c 800.Abbot of Santa Lucia in Syracuse in Sicily.
Alcmund March 19 + c 800.A prince of Northumbria in England, after many years of exile among the Picts of Scotland, he was martyred in Shropshire.He was venerated first in Lilleshall and then in Derby.
Attala (Attalus) Apr 3 + c 800.A monk and abbot of a monastery in Taormina in Sicily.
Isberga (Itisberga) May 21 + c 800.A nun at Aire in France where she is venerated as the patroness of Artois.
Arnold July 8 + c. 800.Apparently of Greek descent, he was famed for his charity to the poor.He has left his name to the village, Arnold-Villiers (Arnoldsweiler) near Jülich, now in Germany.
Marinus Aug 19 c 800.A bishop at the monastery of St Peter in Besalu in Catalonia in Spain.
Epiphania Oct 6 + c 800.A nun at the convent of Santa Maria della Caccia in Pavia in Italy.
Bernard of Bagnorea (of Castro) Oct 20 + c 800.Born in Bagnorea, he became Bishop of Vulcia in Tuscany in Italy.
Namphasius (Namphrase) Nov 12 + c 800.After a military career, he became a hermit near Marcillac in France.
Foellan (Foilan, Fillan) Jan 9 8th cent. Born in Ireland, he accompanied his mother, St Kentigerna, and his relative, St Comgan, to Scotland, where he lived as a monk.The place of repose is called Strathfillan.
Paldo, Taso and Tato Jan 11 8th cent.
Clement March 5 c ...
orthodoxengland.org.uk, 30 June 2007 [cached]
Clement March 5 c 800.Abbot of Santa Lucia in Syracuse in Sicily.
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In March 685, he was consecrated Bishop of Lindisfarne.After his repose his relics were found to be incorrupt and eventually they were taken to Durham.One of the most famous English saints, he is the called the Wonderworker of England.His relics are revered in Durham to this day.
Cuthbert Oct 26 + 761.A monk at Lyminge in Kent in England, he became Bishop of Hereford in c 736 and the twelfth Archbishop of Canterbury in c 740.
Cuthburgh (Cuthburga) and Cwenburgh Aug 31 + c 725.Sister of King Ina of Wessex, she became a nun at Barking with St Hildelith.Together with her sister St Cwenburgh, she founded a monastery in Wimborne in Dorset, where she was abbess and was succeeded by her sister.
Clement March 5 c ...
orthodoxengland.org.uk, 30 June 2007 [cached]
Clement March 5 c 800.Abbot of Santa Lucia in Syracuse in Sicily.
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In March 685, he was consecrated Bishop of Lindisfarne.After his repose his relics were found to be incorrupt and eventually they were taken to Durham.One of the most famous English saints, he is the called the Wonderworker of England.His relics are revered in Durham to this day.
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