Sunday, August 18, 2019

Saint Condedus – Saint of the Day – October 21

Saint Condedus Biography

Saint Condedus Profile. Born: 554 AD in United Kingdom, Europe. Worked in Germany. Died: 617 AD in Tholey, Germany. Feast Day is celebrated on October 21.

The Memorial of Saint Condedus – Saint of the Day

Saint Condedus Biography, Feast Day, Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Beatification Date, Canonization Date

Date of Birth 554 AD
Country of Birth United Kingdom in Europe
Matrimony/Holy Orders Saints who were Monks
Profession Missionary
Place of Work Germany
Date of Death 617 AD
Place of Death Tholey, Germany
Feast Day October 21
Beatification Beatified by N/A
Canonization Canonized by Pre-Congregation
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Saint Condedus Biography

Saint Wendelin was also known as Wendolinus. No other information about the saint has survived to date. Ruler of Scotland, the child of King Forchado and Queen Irelina. Instructed by the nearby cleric, Wendelin chose to surrender life in the regal family, and dedicate himself to God. Dressed as a traveller, Wendelin left his palace home amidst the night and left the common life behind.

Explorer to numerous sacred locales, achieving Rome, Italy in 574. During a crowd of people with Pope Benedict I, the pope instructed him to pursue his longing for existence with God. Lived for some time in Einsidel, Germany. Recluse in the woodland wild of Westerich.

During an outing to the sanctums in Trier, Germany, he allegedly met a well off outlaw. The hoodlum reprimanded Wendelin for asking when he was so clearly equipped for winning his living. He at that point worked for the criminal as a swineherd until he found there was no time for his supplications. He moved to work tending steers, Wendelin again possessed energy for supplication.

Be that as it may, the group he tended developed so quick that he before long gotten himself again over-worked. This time he was moved to tending sheep, customarily an occupation for youngsters or more seasoned men as it was less physically requesting. Notwithstanding when his rush developed enormous, regardless he possessed energy for a petition. Legend says that God moved Wendelin and his runs back to the old isolation commonly and afterwards brought them back at night.

Recluse close Trier in 590. Abbot in Tholey, Germany in 597.

St. Condedus
St. Condedus