Saint Koupaïa – Feast Day – January 2

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Saint Koupaïa was born on 5th century in United Kingdom, Europe. She worked in France and died around 545 A.D in France. Her feast Day is celebrated on January 2 every year.

Saint Koupaïa Biography
Date of Birth 5th century
Country of Birth United Kingdom of Europe
Profession Saint
Place of Work France
Date of Death 545 A.D
Place of Death France
Feast Day January 2
Beatification Beatified by Pre congregation
Canonization Canonized by Pre congregation
Patron Saint of N/A

Saint Koupaïa Life History

St Koupaïa was born a princess, the daughter of King Eusebius and Saint Landouenne, learned her faith at her mother‘s knee.

She immigrated from the British Isles to Brittany in France c.500 to marry King Hoel I and became queen of Armorique in Brittany. Later on the couple and their court were forced into exile in England in 509 by invading Frisians.

King Hoel re-captured his kingdom in 513. Mother of seven children including Saint Tugdual, Saint Sève, Saint Lunaire, and King Hoël II of Brittany.

Queen Koupaïa and her son Tugdual and daughter Sève returned to Amorica in 545 after the death of King Hoel. Tugdual founded the monastery of Tréguier and Koupaïa spent her remaining days nearby, living as a prayerful hermitess.

The church of Langoat, France was built on the site of her home.

Saint Koupaïa Date of birth

St Koupaïa was born in the latter 5th century in the British Isles.

Place of Birth

She was born in the latter 5th century in the British Isles.

Family Background

Born a princess, the daughter of King Eusebius and Saint Landouenne, and learned her faith at her mother’s knee. She immigrated from the British Isles to Brittany in France c.500 to marry King Hoel I, and become queen of Armorique in Brittany.

The couple and their court were forced into exile in England in 509 by invading Frisians; King Hoel re-captured his kingdom in 513. Mother of seven children including Saint Tugdual, Saint Sève, Saint Lunaire, and King Hoël II of Brittany. Queen Koupaïa and her son Tugdual and daughter Sève returned to Amorica in 545 after the death of King Hoel.

Tugdual founded the monastery of Tréguier, and Koupaïa spent her remaining days nearby, living as a prayerful hermitess; the church of Langoat, France was built on the site of her home.

Profession

St Koupaïa was born a princess, the daughter of King Eusebius and Saint Landouenne, and learned her faith at her mother‘s knee. She immigrated from the British Isles to Brittany in France c.500 to marry King Hoel I, and become queen of Armorique in Brittany.

The couple and their court were forced into exile in England in 509 by invading Frisians; King Hoel re-captured his kingdom in 513. Mother of seven children including Saint Tugdual, Saint Sève, Saint Lunaire, and King Hoël II of Brittany.

Queen Koupaïa and her son Tugdual and daughter Sève returned to Amorica in 545 after the death of King Hoel. Tugdual founded the monastery of Tréguier, and Koupaïa spent her remaining days nearby, living as a prayerful hermitess; the church of Langoat, France was built on the site of her home.

Saint Koupaïa Date of Death

St Koupaïa died 545 A.D of natural causes in Brittany, France and interred in the church of Saint Pompey in Langoat, France.

Saint Koupaïa Place of Death

She died 545 A.D of natural causes in Brittany, France and interred in the church of Saint Pompey in Langoat, France.

Saint Koupaïa Feast Day

St Koupaïa is among the famous Saints whose feast Day is celebrated on January 2 every year.

Beatification

She was beatified by Pre congregation process and we are keeping tabs and we will update this information soon.

Canonization

St Koupaïa was canonized by Pre congregation process and we are keeping tabs and we will update this information soon.

Patron Saint of

Her Patron Saints are not known but we are keeping tabs and we will update this information soon.


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