Having embraced the Cistercian order at Loroy, or Locus Regis, in Berry, he was chosen abbot of Elan near Retel in Champagne, and died about the year 1175. His remains are enshrined in a chapel which bears his name, in the church at Elan, where his festival is kept with a mass in his honour on the 13th of February. His life was written, by a monk of Elan. See Chatelain, on the 4th of January, on which day his name occurs in a Cistercian calendar printed at Dijon.
- Father Alban Butler. “Blessed Roger, Abbot and Confessor”. , 1866. Saints.SQPN.com. 12 February 2013. Web. 6 March 2015. <>