Adelin of Séez

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Adelin of Séez
Monk and Bishop
Born unknown
Died c. 910
Honored in
Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church
Feast 10 November

Saint Adelin of Séez (also, Hadelin, Adelheim, Adelhelm, or Adalhelmus) (died c. 910) was a Benedictine monk and later abbot at the abbey of Anisole.[1] He was the bishop of Séez for twenty-six years from 884.[2] He is noted in Catholic Encyclopedia for being the author of a work on the life and miracles of Saint Opportuna (Vita et miracula Sanctae Opportunae).[3]

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  1. ^ The monastery of Anisole, Maine, was founded by the hermit Calevisus (Saint Calais, 460-541), to whom the monastery was later rededicated, and from whom the town of Saint-Calais took its name. William de St-Calais (d.1096) was prince-bishop of Durham.
  2. ^ Jones, Terry. "Hadelin". Patron Saints Index. Retrieved 2007-04-25. 
  3. ^ Goyau, Georges (1912). "Seez". The Catholic Encyclopedia 8. Robert Appleton Company. Archived from the original on 14 May 2007. Retrieved 2007-04-25.