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Saint Ulric of Augsburg – Saint of the Day – July 4

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Saint Ulric of Augsburg Biography

Saint Ulric of Augsburg Profile. Born: 890 AD in Swaziland, Europe. Worked in Augsburg. Died: July 4 973 in Augsburg, Germany. Feast Day is celebrated on July 4.

 

The Memorial of Saint Ulric of Augsburg – Saint of the Day

Saint Ulric of Augsburg 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

890 AD

Country of Birth

Swaziland of Europe

Matrimony/Holy Orders

Saints who were Bishops

Profession

Bishop

Place of Work

Augsburg

Date of Death

July 4 973

Place of Death

Augsburg, Germany

Feast Day

July 4

Beatification

Beatified by N/A

Canonization

Canonized by Pope John XV

Patron Saint of

Augsburg, Germany, city of
Augsburg, Germany, diocese of
Creazzo, Italy
happy death
against: birth complications
             dizziness
             faintness
             fever
             frenzy
             mice
             moles
             vertigo
pregnant women
weavers

Saint Ulric of Augsburg Biography

Saint Ulric of Augsburg, Child of Count Hucpald and Thetbirga. Related with the dukes of Alamannia and the imperial family of the Ottos. He was a debilitated youngster. Taught at the ascetic school of Saint Gall where he demonstrated to be an astounding understudy. Chamberlain to his uncle Blessed Adalbero, priest of Augsburg. Cleric. Religious administrator of Augsburg on 28 December 923.

Work

Constructed chapels, worked with the debilitated in emergency clinic, interminably visited his areas. Set a genuine case for his clerics, brought relics from Rome – and his great work satisfied as improved good and social conditions for both the church and common people.

At the point when the Magyars ravaged Germany, they assaulted Augsburg. Because of Ulric’s boldness, his initiative, and his capacity to arrange the obstruction, Augsburg held until Emperor Otto arrived. On 10 August 955, a fight was battled in the Lechfeld, and the intruders at long last vanquished. A few legends state that St. Ulrich took on in the conflict, however that was incomprehensible.

Retirement

Following 48 years as minister, an evil and depleted Ulric surrendered his seat, and gave the see to his nephew. A move which had the gift of the sovereign, yet which the Synod of Ingelheim ruled un-authoritative. They charged and attempted the maturing cleric for nepotism. He apologized, did repentance, and was excused, the message of which contacted him on his passing bed.

A letter coursed for some time that demonstrated St. Ulric did not bolster holy chastity, considering it to be a pointless weight. Be that as it may, this was later demonstrated a fabrication, and absolutely St. Ulric had implemented the control on himself and his church.

Ulric was the main Saint sanctified by a Pope, which prompted the formal procedure which proceeds with today. Legend has it that pregnant ladies who drank from his vessel had simple conveyances, and in this way his support of them, and for simple births. The pinch of his peaceful cross was utilized to recuperate individuals chomped by out of control hounds.

Saint Ulric of Augsburg
Saint Ulric of Augsburg

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