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St. Waldebert, Abbot

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Feastday: May 2
Death: 668

St. Waldebert, Abbot A.D. 668 Among the successors of St. Columban in the monastery of Luxeuil the most famous during his life and the most revered after his death was Waldebert, the third abbot.This is partly due to the fact that his long rule coincided with the most glorious period of the abbey's history and partly to the numerous miracles attributed to the saint. Objects he had touched notably his wooden drinking bowl were long venerated for their healing properties and in the tenth century Anso a Luxeuil monk wrote a book about the wonders of the sant.He was an young Frankish nobleman. When asked admittance to the abbey he laid aside his weapons to receive the habit ahey were suspended form the roof of the chuirch where they remained for centuries.

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