Sunday, August 18, 2019

Saint Tillo of Solignac – Saint of the Day – January 7

St. Tillo of Solignac Biography

St. Tillo of Solignac Profile. Born: 610 AD in Germany, Europe. Worked in France. Died: 702 AD in Solignac, France. Feast Day is celebrated on January 7.


The Feast of St. Tillo of Solignac – Saint of the Day

St. Tillo of Solignac 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 610 AD
Country of Birth Germany of Europe
Matrimony/Holy Orders Saints who were Monks
Profession Priest, Hermit
Place of Work France
Date of Death 702 AD
Place of Death Solignac, France
Feast Day January 7
Canonization Canonized by Pre congregation
Patron Saint of
  1. Against fever
  2. Against childhood diseases
  3. Children learning to walk
  4. Gits, Belgium
  5. Izegem, Belgium


Saint’s Biography

Saint Tillo of Solignac was born in 610 AD in Saxony (in modern Germany). He was kidnapped by robbers and taken to the Netherlands, and from there sold as a slave to Gaul. There he was bought free and baptized by the Saint Eligius of Noyon (c. 588-660), who was then still in Paris, and he trained Tillo to be a priest. When Eligius died Tillo was appointed a priest. Later he retired to become a hermit at Solignac.

Saint Tillo of Solignac
St. Tillo of Solignac