Dyfnan

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Saint Dyfnan
Confessor
CanonizedPre-Congregation
FeastApril 24
PatronageLlanddyfnan

Saint Dyfnan was an obscure Welsh saint. He was sometimes accounted a son of Brychan, the invading Irish king of Brycheiniog.[1]

Legacy[edit]

Llanddyfnan ("St Dyfnan's") was dedicated to him on Anglesey and claimed his relics.[1] He is commemorated on April 24.[2]

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