Saint Bartholomew the Younger

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Saint Bartholomew the Younger
Born 981 AD
Died 1055 AD
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Major shrine Grottaferrata (Latium, Italy)
Feast November 11

Saint Bartholomew (the Younger) (Rossano, 981 – Grottaferrata, 1055) was an Italian monk. A follower of Saint Nilus, upon the former's death he attended the completion of the Abbey of Grottaferrata (in Latium, Italy), of which he is considered the second founder.[1]