Humbert of Maroilles
|Humbert of Maroilles|
|Venerated in||Eastern Orthodox Church
Roman Catholic Church
|Attributes||A star on his forehead; a bear carrying Humbert's baggage; with an angel making a cross on Humbert's brow; with an angel showing Humbert the Cross|
Humbert of Maroilles (died ca. 680) was a Frankish monk, abbot, and saint. He founded Maroilles Abbey. He was born at Mézières-sur-Oise in the early 7th century. His parents were Blessed Evrard and Popita.
In the year 652, he co-founded and became the first abbot of a monastery at Maroilles. Buildings of this monastery are still present there, although the abbey was ruined in the course of the French Revolution. Saint Curcodomus succeeded him as abbot.
- Patron Saints Index: Saint Humbert of Pelagius
- St. Humbert - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online
- One reference uses the alternate form of Marolles.
- St. Curcodomus - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online
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