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St. Fridolin

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Feastday: March 6
Death: 540

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Benedictine abbot, an Irishman venerated as "the Apostle of the Upper Rhine." He traveled to France and settled in Poitiers, rebuilding the monastery of St. Hilary which had been destroyed by Vandals. He then became a hermit on the Rhine. There he built the abbey of Sackingen. Fridolin was called "the Wanderer' because of his many evangelizing trips in the region.

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