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Feastday: December 24
Death: 404

Bishop of Bordeaux, France, who converted St. Paulinus of Nola. He attended the Synod of Saragossa, Spain, in 380, which condemned the heresy of Priscillianism. Delphinus corresponded with St. Ambrose.


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