(Saint) (April 26) (9th century) A learned French monk, Abbot of the great monastery of New Corbie in Saxony. He was conspicuous for his zeal and piety; but he is best known by the works he has left establishing the Catholic Doctrine of the Holy Eucharist. We have also a Commentary on the Gospels and other useful Treatises from his pen. He died about A.D. 865, his last wish being that no one should write his life. This humble desire was unfortunately attended to by his contemporaries.
- Monks of Ramsgate. “Paschasius Radbert”. , 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 7 August 2016. Web. 10 December 2016. <>