St Kyneburga of Castor Biography – Feast Day: March 6 – Saint of the Day

St Kyneburga of Castor Feast Day, Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Beatification Date, Canonization Date

The Memorial of St Kyneburga of Castor – Saint of the Day Biography 

St Kyneburga of Castor, Founder, and abbess of Dormancaster Profile

Date of Birth 7th Century
Country of Birth United Kingdom of Europe
Matrimony/Holy Orders Not Married who became Saints
Profession Founder and abbess of Dormancaster
Place of Work England
Date of Death 680 AD
Place of Death England
Feast Day March 6
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Canonization Canonized by Pre-Congregation
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St Kyneburga of Castor Biography

St Kyneburga of Castor, Founder, and abbess of Dormancaster was born on 7th Century in the United Kingdom, Europe. Worked in England. Died: 680 AD in England. Feast Day is celebrated on March 6.

She is the daughter of Pendra, who was from Mercia. she was a fierce opponent of Christianity. St Kyneburga of Castor is the sister of Saint Kyneswide.

She is also the relative of Saint Tibba. She was a Benedictine nun. Kyneburga was the founder of the abbess of Dormancaster (now known as Castor) Abbey in Northamptonshire, England

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