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St. Meinuph

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Feastday: October 5
Death: 859

Abbot-founder and a godson of Charlemagne, also called Magenulf, Magenulpus, and Meen. A noble of Westphalia, he became a priest. Meinulf established the abbey of Bodeken in Westphalia, Germany, for nuns. His fame as a preacher and evangelist led to his being designated as one of the apostles to Westphalia.

 

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