Abbot.

He was an Athenian, of royal descent; Famous for his miracles, he moved away from his homeland to hide in a forest on the banks of the Rhone, where he lived a hermit life. Later he founded and governed the famous Abbey of Saint Giles.

V: Saint Giles.
A: Pray for us.


Info of the Saint:

FeastSeptember 1
Born650
Athens, Achaea,
Eastern Roman
Empire
Died710
Septimania,
Kingdom of
the Visigoths
(Languedoc,
Southern
France)
NationalityGreek
CanonizationPre-congregation
PatronageBeggars;
blacksmiths;
breast cancer;
breast feeding;
cancer patients;
disabled people;
epilepsy;
noctiphobics;
forests; hermits;
horses; lepers;
mental illness;
outcasts;
poor people;
rams;
spur makers;
sterility.

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