Angadrema (or Angadrisma)

Angadrema (or Angadrisma)

saint and virgin, patroness of Beauvais, was daughter of Robert, who was the son of Clovis II and St. Bathilda. Having received the veil at the hands of St. Ouen, bishop of Rouen, she retired to Beauvais, where she assembled a community of widows and virgins who had consecrated themselves to God, and died October 14, about the end of the 7th century. Her body is said to be still in the Church of St. Michael at Beauvais, and her festival is kept there October 14. See Baillet, October 14.

 
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