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St. Bertulf of Bobbio

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Feastday: August 19
Death: 640

Abbot successor of St. Attala. Bertulf, or Bertuiph, was a Frank who was professed as a monk in the abbey of Luxeuil, France, by St. Eustace. He became the abbot of Bobbio, Italy, following St. Attala's death in 627. Bertulf obtained exemption for this monastery from episcopal jurisdiction from Pope Honorius I; the first such case in history. This stemmed from his dispute with a local bishop, Probus. Bertuif was famous for miracles.

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