Broccán Clóen
(Saint) Broccán Clóen was an Irish cleric who lived in the sixth or seventh century.Several persons noted for their holiness seem to have borne this name, which is variously written Brogan, Broccan, B...
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Paulinus of York
Paulinus (died 10 October 644) was a Roman missionary and the first Bishop of York. A member of the Gregorian mission sent in 601 by Pope Gregory I to Christianize the Anglo-Saxons from their nat...
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Godwin of Stavelot
Saint Godwin of Stavelot was a Benedictine abbot of the monastery of Stavelot-Malmedy, Belgium, who died in 690. His feast day is October 28.
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Sæbbi of Essex
Sæbbi (also known as Saint Sebbi or Sebba) was the joint King of Essex from 664 to 683 along with his brother, Sighere. After Sighere died, Sebbi became sole ruler of Essex until 694.
Sighere and ...
Ceraunus
Ceraunus (Céran) (died 614) was bishop of Paris. His relics are in the church of St. Genevieve, Paris; they are on the altar of St Clotilda. He is also said to have been bishop 609 to 622.He is a Cath...
Ailerán
Ailerán, aka Ailerán sapientis (Ailerán the Wise), Irish scholar and saint, died 29 December, 664 or 665. His feast day is December 29.
Ailerán was one of the most distinguished scholars at the Sc...
Nem Moccu Birn
Nem Moccu Birn, Abbot of Aran, died 14 June 654.
Nem was one of the few known successors of Enda of Aran, and appears to be the first such abbot listed in the Irish annals after Enda himself. The ...
Ildefonsus
Saint Ildefonsus or Ildephonsus (rarely Ildephoses or Ildefonse; Spanish San Ildefonso; born circa 607, died 23 January 667) was a scholar and theologian who served as the metropolitan bishop of Toled...
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Colmán of Lindisfarne
Colmán of Lindisfarne (c. 605 – 18 February 675) also known as Saint Colmán was Bishop of Lindisfarne from 661 until 664.
Colman was a native of the west of Ireland and had received his education ...
Cuthburh
Saint Cuthburh or Cuthburg (died circa 718) was the first Abbess of Wimborne Minster. She was the sister of Ine, King of Wessex and was married to the Northumbrian king Aldfrith.King Osred was Cuthbu...
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Eadgyth of Aylesbury
Eadgyth of Aylesbury also known as Eadridus was a Dark Ages Catholic saint from Anglo-Saxon England.She is known to history mainly through the hagiography of the Secgan Manuscript, but also the Anglo-...
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John of Beverley
John of Beverley (died 7 May 721) was an English bishop active in the kingdom of Northumbria. He was the Bishop of Hexham and then the Bishop of York which was the most important religious designation...
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Saint Aimé
Saint Amatus, also called St. Aimé, was a Benedictine monk.After being the abbot of the Agaune monastery in Switzerland, he became bishop of the Sens (or Sion) diocese in the Valais. After being (fals...
Begu
Saint Begu (died 31 October 690) was a nun and later became a saint from Hackness, Yorkshire (Deira). She served at the monastic conversation in the nunnery of Hackness, near Scarborough which was bui...
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Saint Mungo
Saint Mungo, also known as Saint Kentigern (Welsh: Cyndeyrn Garthwys; Latin: Kentigernus), was the late 6th-century apostle of the Britonnic Kingdom of Strathclyde, the founder and patron sain...
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Saint Ghislain
Saint Ghislain (died October 9, 680) was a confessor and anchorite in Belgium. He died at the town named after him, Saint-Ghislain (Ursidongus).He was probably of German origin. Ghislain lived in the ...
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Saint Christopher of Trebizond
Saint Christopher of Trebizond was born in a village called Gazaree in Trebizond in the region of Pontus, Asia Minor.He was the head of the Soumela Monastery on Mount Mela in the second half of the se...
Braulio of Zaragoza
Saint Braulio or Braulius (in Latin Braulio Caesaraugustanus), bishop of Zaragoza (590–651), was a learned cleric of 7th century Hispania. He succeeded his brother John in the see where he had previou...
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Chagnoald
Chagnoald (Cagnoald, Cagnou) (died 633 AD) was a Frankish bishop of Laon during the 7th century. The family to which Chagnoald belonged is known as the Faronids, named after his brother Saint Faro, w...
Gerbold
Saint Gerbold (French: saint Gerbaud or saint Gerbold) (died c. 690 AD) was a French bishop venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church. He was a monk who founded the abbey of Livry in Normandy a...
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Osgyth
Osgyth (or Osyth) (died 700 AD) was an English saint. She is primarily commemorated in the village of Saint Osyth, Essex, near Colchester. Alternative spellings of her name include Sythe, Othith and O...
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Theodard of Maastricht
Theodard of Maastricht was a seventh-century bishop of Maastricht, in present-day Netherlands. He is known from hagiographical writings from later centuries, in particular one by Anselm of Liège. He w...
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Martin of Vertou
Saint Martin of Vertou (527–601) was a hermit and abbot, founder of Vertou Abbey, and the evangelist of the region around Nantes in Brittany. He is sometimes known as the Apostle of the Herbauge...
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Nivard
Saint Nivard (Nivo) was bishop of Reims before 657 and until 673. He was brother-in-law of Childeric II. He restored Hautvilliers Abbey and was later buried there. His feast day is September 1.
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Claudius of Besançon
Saint Claudius of Besançon (French: Saint Claude), sometimes called Claude the Thaumaturge (ca. 607 – June 6, 696 or 699 AD), was a priest, monk, abbot, and bishop. A native of Franche-Comt...
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Saint Calminius
Saint Calminius, also known as Saint Calmin, founded three French abbeys in the 6th or 7th centuries AD: Mozac Abbey, in Puy-de-Dôme; Laguenne Abbey (near Tulle, Corrèze) and the abbey of Monastier-Sa...
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