Benedictine monk at Savigny, Normandy, France. He was believed to have leprosy, and so he was assigned to care for some brother monks who were dying of the disease. Later he was found not to have the condition, and was allowed to return to the general population of his house, but had already developed a ministry for caring for the sick. Priest. Mystic, given to ecstacies.
- near Rennes, France
- 1173 of natural causes
- Book of Saints, by the Monks of Ramsgate
- Dictionary of Saints, by John Delaney
- Medieval Religion Listserv, by Terri Morgan
- Our Sunday Visitor’s Encyclopedia of Saints
- “Saint Aimo of Savigny“. Saints.SQPN.com. 29 April 2013. Web. 12 December 2013. <>