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- This article is not about St. Aimé, who is also called Saint Amatus and has the same memorial day
He went to Luxeuil in 614. In Luxeuil he converted a former Count Palatine from the court of King Theodebert II, the Frankish noble St. Romaric. St. Romaric founded with Amatus a dual monastery for men and women at Remiremont Abbey. This was on land that had been in St. Romaric's possession since his days as a count palatine. St. Amatus was its first abbot.
Amatus died in 627. Amatus has created variations of the name 'Aimee'.
He was canonized on 3 December 1049 by Pope Leo IX and his memorial day is 13 September.
- Saint Aimé, the abbot of the Agaune monastery in Switzerland and bishop of the Sens (or Sion) diocese.
- Saint-Amé, a commune in the Vosges department in Lorraine in northeastern France.
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