(Saint) Bishop (October 5) (11th century) A Spanish monk of Lugo in Galicia, who was elected Bishop of Leon, A.D. 990, a Diocese which he ruled over with great profit to souls till his holy death (A.D. 1006). The Roman Martyrology especially extols his zeal for the propagation of monastic life and his loving-kindness to the poor. His relics are venerated in the Cathedral at Leon.
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