Saint Bartholomew the Younger

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Saint Bartholomew the Younger
Born 981 AD
Rossano
Died 1055 AD
Grottaferrata
Honored in
Roman Catholic Church
Major shrine Grottaferrata (Latium, Italy)
Feast November 11

Saint Bartholomew (the Younger) (Rossano, 981 – Grottaferrata, 1055) was an Italian monk. A follower of Saint Nilus, upon the former's death he attended the completion of the Abbey of Grottaferrata (in Latium, Italy), of which he is considered the second founder.[1]

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