(Saint) (June 2) (11th century) A Greek by birth who lived a saintly life in various solitudes, mostly in the South of Italy, whence his surname “Peregrinus” (the pilgrim). He worked many miracles and was canonised by Pope Urban II in less than five years after his holy death (A.D. 1094).
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