(Saint) Bishop (June 2) (10th century) The Bishop of Sherborne who, during the great Battle of Brunanburg at which he was present, contributed by his persevering prayer to the obtaining of the important English victory over the Danes. He was received into the Benedictine Order by Saint Abbo of Fleury, and, when promoted to the Archbishopric of Canterbury, became, by his piety, zeal and charity, known as “Odo the Good.” After his holy death (A.D. 959) many miracles attested his sanctity.
- Monks of Ramsgate. “Odo”. , 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 13 April 2016. Web. 8 December 2016. <>