(Saint) Bishop (February 28) (10th century) The nephew of Saint Odo, Archbishop of Canterbury. He became a monk at Fleury on the Loire, and was later, through the wise advice of Saint Dunstan, made Bishop of Worcester, whence he was promoted to the Archbishopric of York. He accomplished murh for the revival of religious discipline in Anglo-Saxon England. He passed away A.D. 992, at Worcester, where his relics were enshrined.
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