St. Landericus of Soignies Biography
St. Landericus of Soignies Profile. Born: 6th century in France, Europe. Worked in France. Died: 7th century in France. Feast Day is celebrated on April 17.
St. Landericus of Soignies 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||6th century|
|Country of Birth||France of Europe|
|Matrimony/Holy Orders||Saints who were Bishops|
|Profession||Priest, Bishop, Monk|
|Place of Work||France|
|Date of Death||7th century|
|Place of Death||France|
|Feast Day||April 17|
|Canonization||Canonized by Pre-Congregation|
|Patron Saint of|
Saint Landericus of Soignies was born in the 6th century in France. He was the eldest son of Saint Madelgarus and Saint Waldetrudis. Also, his three siblings Dentelin, Madelberta and Aldetrudis considered among the saints. His mother’s parents were Saint Walbert and Bertilia and his aunt the Saint aldeunda of Maubeuge.
Landericus was the first officer, in 641 to 650 ordained a priest. He left the priesthood to become bishop of Metz. However, he left the office as a bishop again to become a Benedictine monk when his father died in 687.
He worked in Meltburch as a missionary bishop. He died 7th century in Soignies, France of natural causes.