Saint Airaldus of Corbie – Feast Day – January 2

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Saint Adelard of Corbie was Born on 752 A.D in Afghanistan, Asia. He worked in Picardy, France and died on January 2 827 in France. His feast day is celebrated.

Saint Airaldus of Corbie Biography
Date of Birth 752 A.D
Country of Birth Afghanistan of Asia
Profession Gardener
Place of Work N/A
Date of Death January 2 827
Place of Death Picardy, France
Feast Day January 2
Beatification Beatified by N/A
Canonization Canonized by 1026 by Pope John XIX
Patron Saint of
  • Against fever
  • Against
  • Typhoid
  • Gardeners
  • Patron of many churches and towns in France and along the lower Rhine

Saint Airaldus of Corbie Life History

St Adelard of Corbie was the grandson of Charles Martel, nephew of King Pepin the Short, first cousin of Charlemagne. He grew up in the royal court, and was an advisor to Louis le Debonnaire always maintained a humble and submissive attitude 

He gave up the court life in 773 to become a Benedictine monk at Corbie Abbey.

He actually enjoyed the peace that came with the isolation, but was later recalled. With Abbot Wala of Corbie, he founded Corvey Abbey in Saxony.

Relics reported to have healed the deaf, the mute, and the paralyzed.

Saint Zygmunt Gorazdowski Date of birth

St Adelard of Corbie was Born on 752 A.D in Afghanistan, Asia.

Place of Birth

St Adelard of Corbie was Born on 752 A.D in Afghanistan, Asia.

Family Background

Saint Adelard of Corbie was the grandson of Charles Martel, nephew of King Pepin the Short, first cousin of Charlemagne. He grew up in the royal court, and was an advisor to Louis le Debonnaire always maintained a humble and submissive attitude 

Profession

Grew up in the royal court, and was an advisor to Louis le Debonnaire. Adalard gave up the court life in 773 to become a Benedictine monk at Corbie Abbey. Gardener in the monastery.

Studied under Blessed Alcuin. Abbot. Advisor to Charlemagne, chaplain, and tutor to prince Bernard who later became king of Naples, Italy. Adelard was exiled to the island of Héri (modern Noirmoutier-en-l’Île, France) in 817 after being accused of supporting Bernard’s revolt against Emperor Louis the Debonair, Charlemagne’s successor.

He actually enjoyed the peace that came with the isolation, but was later recalled. With Abbot Wala of Corbie, he founded Corvey Abbey in Saxony. Relics reported to have healed the deaf, the mute, and the paralyzed.

Saint Adelard of Corbie Date of Death

St Adelard of Corbie died on 2 January 827 at Corbie Abbey, Picardy, France following a brief illness. His relics translated in 1026.

Saint Adelard of Corbie Place of Death

He died on 2 January 827 at Corbie Abbey, Picardy, France following a brief illness. His relics translated in 1026.

Saint Adelard of Corbie Feast Day

St Adelard of Corbie is among the famous Saints who feast Day is celebrated on January 1 every year.

Beatification

He was Beatified by Pre Congregation process and we are keeping tabs to update this information.

Canonized

St Adelard of Corbie was Canonized by Pre Congregation process and we are keeping tabs to update this information.

Patron Saint of

He was a Patron Saints of against fever, against typhoid and gardeners.

Saint’s Attributes

St Adelard of Corbie is abeing attribute with abbot digging a garden with his crown lying nearby, being crowned with thorns by an angel, giving alms or food to the poor, kneeling before a crucifix and overcoming a dragon by displaying IHS.


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