Saint Mammertus

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Saint Mammertus

Archbishop of Vienne
(† 477)

Saint Mammertus, Archbishop of Vienne in Dauphiné during the 5th century, was a prelate renowned for his sanctity, learning, and miracles. He instituted in his diocese the fasts and supplications called the Rogations, during the three days before the Ascension, to remedy the neglect of religion which brought down on ancient Gaul many chastisements.
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