Bust of Saint Leobinus. Church of Notre Dame de Louviers.
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
|Feast||14 March (formerly 15 September)|
|Attributes||depicted on his death-bed receiving the last rites from his successor Saint Caletric|
Saint Leobinus (French: Lubin) (died 14 March 557) was a hermit, abbot, and bishop. Born in a peasant family, he became a hermit and a monk of Micy Abbey before being ordained a priest. He was then elected abbot of Brou and in 544, became Bishop of Chartres, succeeding Etherius with the consent of king Childebert I.
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