|Saint Colmán Elo|
|Died||26 September 611|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholicism|
Colmán studied under his maternal uncle, St. Columba, who procured for him the site of a monastery now known as Lynally (Lann Elo). Hence his designation of Colmán Elo or in Latinised form, Colmanellus. Subsequently he founded the Abbey of Muckamore, and was appointed Bishop of Connor. He is also known as St. Colmán Macusailni.
He died at Lynally on 26 September 611, the day his feast is celebrated.
- James Carney, The Problem of St. Patrick. Dublin, 1961.
- Butler, Alban. The Lives of the Saints, Volume IX, 1866
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