Christianus, Saint and Confessor
Christianus, Saint and Confessor was born at the beginning of the 9th century, and is thought by some to have been abbot of the monastery of St. Germanus of Auxerre. He held the see of Auxerre thirteen years, being the thirty-seventh bishop. He was present at the Council of Tousy, which he subscribed before Abbo, perhaps as a coadjutor or successor-designate. The other councils which he attended were the three of Perrigny or Fetigy, and that of Soissons. See Gall. Christ. 12:276.