Rouen, Normandy, France
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Waningus had a son, Desiderius, who was also later venerated as a saint. One night Waningus had a dream in which Saint Eulalia of Barcelona reminded him of the difficulties the rich had in entering Heaven, so he gave up the privileged life to become a Benedictine monk. He founded Fécamp Abbey and is also said to have had a hand, in conjunction with Saint Wandrille, in the foundation of Fontenelle Abbey.
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- Ansart, Abbot Stéphane. "Les saints du 18 décembre". Retrieved 3 January 2008. (French)
- Jones, Terry. "Waningus". Patron Saints Index. Retrieved 3 January 2008.
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