Saint Modoald

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Saint Modoald, also known as Romoald, was the Frankish archbishop of Trier from 626-645. He is the patron saint of the Reichsabtei Helmarshausen and his liturgical feast is on May 12.

Modoald was the son of Arnoald, Bishop of Metz.[1] His sister was Itta, wife of Pippin of Landen. Saint Severa was another sister of Modoald. Modoald established the community of St. Symphorien, on the Moselle; and placed it under the supervision of Severa.[2]