Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Saint Arnulf of Metz – Saint of the Day – July 18

St. Arnulf of Metz Biography

Saint Arnulf of Metz Profile. Born: 580 AD in France, Europe. Worked in France. Died: August 16 640 in France. Feast Day is celebrated on July 18.

 

The Memorial of Saint Arnulf of Metz – Saint of the Day

St. Arnulf of Metz 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

580 AD

Country of Birth

France in Europe

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Matrimony/Holy Orders

Saints who were Bishops

Profession

Bishop

Place of Work

France

Date of Death

August 16 640

Place of Death

France

Feast Day

July 18

Beatification

Beatified by N/A

Canonization

Canonized by Pre-Congregation

Patron Saint of

N/A

Biography

Saint Arnulf of Metz, retainer and guide of Austrasian King Theodebert II. A soldier. Hitched the Lady Doda. Father. From his child Ansegisel and St. Begga of Ardenne came the Carolingian rulers of France. Single man. In 610, when Arnulf was going to turn into a priest at Lérins, he was designated bishop of Metz, France. He assumed a noticeable job in undertakings of state, was instrumental in making Clotaire of Neustria lord of Austrasia, was boss advocate to King Dagobert of Austrasia. In 626 Arnulf surrendered his see and resigned to a hermitage close to the monastery of Remiremont.

Saint Arnulf of Metz
St. Arnulf of Metz

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