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Deodatus was a native of Gaul and known in France as Die' and Didier. He became bishop of Nevers about 655, attended the synod of Sens in 657, and several years later resigned his See to become a hermit, at first in the Vosges, and when driven out by the inhabitants, on an island near Strasbourg, which later developed into the famous monastery of Ebersheim. He later returned to the Vosges and founded a monastery, Jointures, of which he became abbot and remained there till his death. His feast day is June 19th.
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