Commemoration Of St. Giles

ABBOT

St. Giles, an Athenian, fled to the south of France, where he lived as a hermit in a vast forest. Discovered by king Theodoric, he founded a renowned monastery and was so famous on account of his miracles that a great number of churches were dedicated to him. He died in the 6th century.

 

Entry Type: 
Feast Day
Holy Day of Obligation: 
No
Date: 
Tue, 09/01/2015

Latin Rite Mass