Jubin (or Gebuin), Saint

Jubin (or Gebuin), Saint a French prelate, was the son of Hugues III, count of Dijon. Having entered the ministry, he was appointed archdeacon of the Church of Langres. In 1077 he attended the provincial Council of Lyons at Autun, became archbishop of Lyons, and died there, April 18,1082. He is invoked in cases of gout and the stone, with which he had himself been afflicted during his life. There are extant of Jubin six letters treating of the primacy to his see printed by Descordes, Dom Liran, Baluze, etc. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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