Loup, Saint, Bishop of Lyons

Loup, Saint, Bishop Of Lyons, September 25, 542. He began as a monk in the monastery of the Isle of Sainte-Barbe, on the Saone, near Lyons. He became the superior of it, and Saint Virentiol, in the see of Lyons, in 523. He presided at the third council of Orleans, May 7, 538, at which there were passed thirty-three canons to restore discipline in the Church of France. He died September 25, 542, and is said to have been buried in the hermitage of the Isle of Sainte-Barbe. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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