Adalgott

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Saint

Adalgott II of Disentis
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Saint Adalgott as a Contemplative
Abbot and Bishop of Chur
Bornc.12th century
Died1165
Feast3 October

Adalgott II of Disentis (died 1165) was a twelfth-century monk and bishop. He entered Clairvaux Abbey as a monk, and was appointed as abbot of Disentis. Adalgott cared for the sick and poor. He was subsequently named bishop of Chur, and continued to care for the poor. He founded a hospital in 1150.[1] He is venerated as a Roman Catholic saint. His feast day is celebrated on 3 October.

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  1. ^ Watkins, Basil (2015). The Book of Saints: A Comprehensive Biographical Dictionary. Bloomsbury Publishing. ISBN 978-0-567-66415-0.

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