Bishop and charitable worker, the patron of Avignon, called Agricola of Avignon in some records. He is reported as having been born about 630, the son of St. Magnus, a senator who became a monk and then a bishop as a widower. Agricolus went to Lérins, his father's episcopal see, when he was fourteen. He was ordained there. In 660, he became coadjutor to his father; succeeding him in 670. In his own right, Agricolus was famed for preaching and for his charitable works. He defended the poor and the sick. He was named patron of Avignon in 1647.
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