Saint Cuan was born in Ireland, Europe. He worked in Ireland and Died in the 6th Century. His feast Day is celebtared on January 1 every year.
|Saint Cuan Biography|
|Date of Birth||N/A|
|Country of Birth||Ireland|
|Place of Work||Ireland|
|Date of Death||6th century|
|Place of Death||Ireland|
|Feast Day||January 1|
|Beatification||Beatified by Pre congregation|
|Canonization||Canonized by Pre congregation|
|Patron Saint of||N/A|
Saint Cuan Life History
To assist in drawing wood from the forest to build these churches, Mochua called to his aid twelve stags, which served as patiently and obediently as oxen. And when his virtues drew to him many people and much praise, the old man fled from place to place, for he considered that the glory of this world would turn his heart from the glory of the world to come.
When very aged, he escaped with his oratory bell into a wild and mountainous part, and there the clapper fell to the ground, at a place called Dagrinnis. He was troubled in spirit, so bleak and lonely did the place appear but an angel announced to him that there he was to build a cell, and there to die, in this spot he spent thirty years and performed many miracles, and died in the ninety-ninth year of his age.
Saint Cuan Date of birth
He was born in Ireland, Europe though his exact dates are not known but we are keeping tabs and we will update this information soon.
Place of Birth
He was born in Ireland, Europe.
Saint Mochua also known as Cuan was the son of a certain Cronan of noble race and spent his youth in fighting. At the age of thirty, he laid aside his arms, and burnt a house with all its contents, which had been given to him by his uncle, saying that a servant of Christ should take nothing from sinners. Then he settled at a spot called Teach Mochua.
Saint Cuan is said to have healed Saint Finnan, or Munnu, of leprosy, and when Saint Finnan was about to return home, and his horse broke its leg, Saint Mochua summoned a stag out of the forest to come and draw the vehicle, in place of the horse.He is said to have founded thirty churches.
Saint Cuan Date of Death
He died in the 6th century in Ireland.
Saint Cuan Place of Death
Saint Cuan died in the 6th century in Ireland.
Saint Cuan Feast Day
He is amng those famous Saints whose feast Day is celebrated on January 1 every year.
Saint Cuan was beatified by Pre congregation.
He was Canonized by Pre congregation.
Patron Saint of
Saint Cuan Patron Saints are not known but we are keeping tabs and we will update this information soon.