Evroul (Lat Ebrulfus)

Evroul (Lat. Ebrulfus)

(1) Saint, was brought up at the court of Childebert I and his successor, was noted for his learning and wealth, but renounced all for a monk's life, and founded the monastery of St. Evroul d'Ouche (Uticus), in the diocese of Lisieux (Neustria), where he died in 596. He is commemorated December 29.

(2) The eighteenth bishop of Noyon and Tournay, died A.D. 621 (according to others, before 575).

(3) Saint, is said to have been abbot of the monastery of St. Fuscien-aux- Bois, near Amiens, probably near the close of the 6th century. He is commemorated July 26.

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