Aspasius of Auch

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Aspasius of Auch (/æˈspʒiəs, æˈspziəs, æˈspʒəs/; also Aspasius of Éauze; ; died 560) was a Christian leader of the 6th century canonized as a saint.


Aspasius served as the Bishop of Éauze (modern-day Auch, France). He participated in the Councils of Orléans in 533, 541, and 549, and also held a provincial council in 551. He is traditionally venerated in the French towns of Meaux and Melun. His feast day is January 2.[1]