Dictionary of Saintly Women – Saint Ada

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Saint Ada, December 4 (Adeneta, Adna, Adnetta, Adonette, Adrechild, Adrehildis), (3th or 7th century) Abbess. Niece or granddaughter of Saint Engelbert, bishop of Lo Mans (November 7). She was a nun at Soissons, and Engelbert promoted her to be abbess there, and afterwards transferred her as abbess to the monastery of Pre (Saint Julian do Prato) at Le Mans.

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  • Agnes B C Dunbar. “Saint Ada”. A Dictionary of Saintly Women, 1904. Saints.SQPN.com. 24 September 2012. Web. 30 August 2014. <http://saints.sqpn.com/dictionary-of-saintly-women-saint-ada/>