St. Serenidus & Serenus
Benedictine he rmits . They were members of a noble family in Spoleto who entered the Benedictines and became hermits in France, in the Charnie Forest. Serenus remained a hermit until his death and was known for his miracles, including ending a plague and a drought. Serenicus eventually served as head of the community of followers who had gathered under his spiritual guidance near the Sarthe River, following the Benedictine rule.
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