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Feastday: October 24
Death: 576

Benedictine abbot and friend of St. Gregory of Tours. A native of Poitou, in Gaul (modern France), he was the son of pagan parents and was converted to Christianity. He later became a hermit and established a monastic community to house the various followers whom he attracted. His leadership was erratic, so much so that none other than St. Gregory admonished him for his poor attention of the monks. Nevertheless, he died with Gregory at his side.

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