Felix of Rhuys
Saint Felix of Rhuys (died 1038) was a Breton Benedictine hermit and abbot. Born in Quimper, he was a recluse on Ushant. He then entered the Benedictine order at Saint-Benoît-sur-Loire. He rebuilt Rhuys Abbey, which had been founded by Saint Gildas in the 6th century on the Gulf of Morbihan, and had been destroyed by the Normans.
His feast day is March 4.
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