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Feastday: October 25

Death: 1st century


Bishops and apostles of Perigreux and Le Puy, in southern France. Nothing can be documented about their labors, but tra­dition states that Fronto was a convert from Judaism, baptized by St. Peter. He was with Peter in Rome and in Antioch, and was sent with George to France. George became the bishop of Le Puy, and Fronto ruled Perigreux. Many miracles are attributed to Fronto. 


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