Maël (saint)

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Saint Maël
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Mael (left) depicted with Sulien (right) as co-patron of Corwen, with Christ in the centre.
Hermit
Born Brittany
Died Isle of Bardsey
Venerated in Anglican Communion
Roman Catholic Church
Orthodox Church
Canonized Pre-Congregation
Feast 13 May
Patronage Corwen

Maël was a fifth-century Breton saint who lived as a hermit in Wales. He was a follower of Cadfan from Brittany to Wales, ultimately to the Isle of Bardsey. His feast day is 13 May.[1]

He is co-patron (with St Sulien) of Corwen in Wales, and of its parish church, part of the Anglican Communion Church in Wales.

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