April 10: St. Fulbert

Born: In Italy Died: April 10, 1029 Goodness begets goodness. This saintly bishop as a young studious and humble man won the admiration of one his teachers who later became a pope Sylvester 11. The Pope entrusted him with a position in Rome. On his return to France the bishop of...

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April 4: St. Isidore of Seville

BORN…in Spain. DIED…636 Saint Isidore of Seville had two brothers who were bishops and a sister who were all saints.  One can quickly notice, that, he came from a very devout and pious family. From his youthful age he dedicated himself to the service of the church and prepared himself...

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April 3: St. Richard of Chichester

Born in 1197. Died April 3, 1253.  Canonized in 1262. Richard was bishop; a well renowned educator, a great disciplinarian in the life of the Church. He fearlessly fought corruption and vices of the contemporary Church. He was a great crusader for Christ irregardless of many persecutions from civil authorities....

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March 18: St. Cyril of Jerusalem

Born: (about) 315 Died: 386 Saint Cyril was a highly educated child of God with good knowledge of pagan philosophy, Sacred Scripture and thus was numbered among the doctors of the Church. He assisted in restoring sanity in the Church at General Council of Constantinople. Due to his consistency in...

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March 16: St. Heribert

BORN: 970 (Germany) DIED: 1021 This saintly bishop was opportune to be educated in the Monastic system and was motivated of becoming a member of Saint Benedict, but his father planned otherwise for him. After all odds he became as part of his dream come true. He was also made...

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March 1: St. Albinus, Bishop

BORN: In Brittany DEATH: 594 in Angers This Saintly man was highly known for his piety which he practiced as an Abbot in Monastery at Cincilllae, near Angers. As a bishop, he relentlessly brought sanity and discipline throughout the Diocese. He was a man of prayer. He made a great...

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June 10: St. Landericus

St. Landericus was a good imitator of his master Lord Jesus in loving and caring for the poor and the lowly. He worked so hard to provide food and shelter for the poor of his Diocese He built the first hospital in the city which he dedicated to Saint Christopher....

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June 8: St. Medard

Born: 457 in France Died: Between 551 and 561 This saintly pastor of the God had an outstanding option for the poor. He was an eloquent preacher and an exemplar of the faith. He experienced several persecutions but bore them silently and patiently. He was also a counselor of both...

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