Saint Clotilde

Also known as

  • Chlodechildis
  • Chrodechildis
  • Clothilde
  • Clotichilda
  • Clotild
  • Clotilda
  • Croctild
  • Crotildes
  • Hlodihildi
  • Hlotild
  • HroĆ¾ihildi
  • Rotilde

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Born a princess, the daughter of King Chilperic of Burgundy. Married young to King Clovis of the Salian Franks while he was still a pagan; she brought him to the faith. Queen. Mother of three sons. Led her husband to Christianity in 496. Widow. Following Clovis‘s death in 511, her sons fought for years over the kingdom. To escape the constant murder and intrigue, she retired to Tours, France where she spent her remaining 34 years caring for the poor and sick.

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  • “Saint Clotilde“. Saints.SQPN.com. 1 July 2014. Web. 10 July 2014. <>