Saint Romanus of Condat

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Born a Gallo-Roman; brother of Saint Lupicinus. Became a monk at Lyon, France at age 35. Hermit in Condat (modern Saint-Claude) in the Jura mountains with his brother and sister; would-be students were attracted to them. Founded abbeys of Condat and Leuconne, and the convent of La Beaume (later named St-Romain-de-la-Roche), among others. Spiritual teacher of Saint Eugendus of Condat. Ordained by Saint Hilary of Arles. Healed two lepers by embracing them.

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  • “Saint Romanus of Condat“. Saints.SQPN.com. 31 January 2014. Web. 21 September 2014. <>