(Saint) Bishop (February 4) (9th century) A native of Flanders, where he embraced the Religious life. At the persuasion of Saint Ansgar, he accompanied him in his Apostolate of Scandinavia and succeeded him as Archbishop of Bremen. He seems to have been the first to preach the Gospel to the Pagans of Brandenburg. He died A.D. 888. To him we owe a well-written life of his leader, Saint Ansgar.
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