Winibald

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Saint Winibald
Wunibald Pontifikale Gundekarianum 11. Jahrhundert.jpg
Wunibald, as depicted in Pontifikale Gundekarianum (de), 11th century
Died 18 December 768
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Orthodox Church
Feast 18 December
Attributes portrayed as an abbot with a bricklayer's trowel; shown with Willibald (his brother) and Richard the Saxon (his father)

Winibald (Winebald, Winnibald, Wunebald, Wynbald) (died 18 December 768) was abbot of the Benedictine double monastery of Heidenheim am Hahnenkamm. Traditionally, he is called the brother of Saint Willibald and Saint Walpurga.

His father was Saint Richard the Pilgrim and his uncle Saint Boniface, Archbishop of Mainz.

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