Firmin

Firmin the name of several early saints and ecclesiastics, of whom we particularize:

(1) Bishop of Amiens, a native of Pampeluna, ordained as a missionary bishop of Gaul, died probably A.D. 303, and commemorated Sept. 25.

(2) Saint, fourth bishop of Uzes, born in Narbonne of noble parentage, cir. A.D. 516; trained by his uncle, Poricus, early ordained, and consecrated bishop A.D. 538; died in 553, and commemorated October 11.

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