Desiderius of Fontenelle
|Desiderius of Fontenelle|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church
Eastern Orthodox Church
Saint Desiderius of Fontenelle (died c. 700) was a Frankish saint of the late 7th century.
His father was Saint Waningus, a nobleman and royal official under Chlothar III, then abbot and founder of Fécamp Abbey. Desiderius was a Benedictine monk at Fontenelle Abbey in present-day Normandy, France.
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