Hidulf

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Hidulf[1] (died 707) was a Benedictine abbot, founder of Moyenmoutier Abbey, and reputed bishop of Trier. He may have been born in Regensburg.

Hidulf, statue in the abbey church at Moyenmoutier.

A contemporary view is that he was not a diocesan bishop, nor abbot of Saint-Dié Abbey in France.[2]

He is a Catholic[3] and Orthodox saint.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Hildulf, Hidulfus, Hidulphus, Hiduiphus, Hidulphe, Hydulphe.
  2. ^ Paul Burns, Butler's Lives of the Saints (2000), p. 81.
  3. ^ Feast day 11 July, [1].