Born to wealthy parents; they were childless for many years but conceived Angelus after a pilgrimage and prayers for the intercession of Michael the Archangel. Educated by his uncle, the Benedictine abbot of Cornaclano at Furci, Italy. Entered the Augustinian hermits at Vasto, Italy in 1266. Priest. Studied at the Sorbonne in Paris, France for five years. Taught theology at the Augustinian school in Naples, Italy. Noted theologian and preacher, known for his great learning. Provincial superior of the Augustinians in 1287. Refused the bishoprics of Acerra and Melfi in Italy.
- 6 February 1327 at the Augustinian convent in Naples, Italy of natural causes
- re-interred in Furci, Italy in August 1808
- “Blessed Angelus of Furci“. CatholicSaints.Info. 8 March 2016. Web. 5 May 2016. <>