Cagnoaldus (Hagnoaldus, Chainoaldus, or Chagnulfus), Saint

Cagnoaldus (Hagnoaldus, Chainoaldus, Or Chagnulfus), Saint an early French prelate, the eldest brother of St. Faro, bishop of Meaux, was a monk at Luxeuil in the time of St. Columban. About 617 Eustatius, abbot of Luxeuil, sent :him and Walbertus to the new monastery of Eboriac, near Meaux, which Fara, the sister of Cagnoaldus, had just built for monks and nuns, under the rule of Columban. He was afterwards made bishop of Laon, and was present at the Council of Rheims in 625.. It is probable that he lived till after 655. His festival is marked on Sept. 6 (Baillet, Sept. 6).

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