Saint Thaumastus of Mainz – Feast Day – January 1

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Saint Thaumastus of Mainz was also called Thaumastus of Poitiers. He was born in 400 AD in Germany, Europe. He worked in France and died in 5th century in France while still on his Christianity Journey. Feast Day is celebrated on January 1 every year.

Saint Thaumastus of Mainz Biography
Date of Birth 400 AD
Country of Birth Germany
Profession Bishop
Place of Work Mainz, Germany
Date of Death 5th century
Place of Death Poitiers, France
Feast Day January 1
Beatification Pre congregation
Canonization Pre congregation
Patron Saint of
  • Against colic in children
  • Against fever
  • Against toothache

Saint Thaumastus of Mainz Life History

St Thaumastus was an Early 5th-century bishop of Mainz which is now in modern Germany, the name Thaumastus meaning wonderful in Greek.

It is said that Thaumastus came from Mainz in Germany to Poitiers in France where he died as a professor. At his burial site, healing miracles were reported and the scrapings got from his tomb were believed to have healing powers.

Saint Thaumastus of Mainz Date and Place of birth

St Thaumastus was born in the fifth century AD in Mainz, Germany

Date of Death and Place of Death

St Thaumastus died in the 5th century of natural causes in Poitiers, France

Saint Thaumastus of Mainz Feast Day

St Thaumastus feast Day is on January 1 every year

Canonization

St Thaumastus was canonized Pre congregation.

St Thaumastus is the Patron Saint of

  • Against colic in children
  • Against fever
  • Against toothache

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