Paternus St (2)
(2), flourished in the second half of the 5th century. He was consecrated, in 461, in his own church by St. Perpet, archbishop of Tours. The bishops assembled for this ceremony dressed according to the discipline of the sixteenth canon published by the Council of Vannes. Paternus died towards the close of the 5th century, after having experienced great annoyances from the people of his diocese.