Book of Saints – Remigius

detail of a stained glass window in the cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, Segovia Spain, depicting Saint Remegius of Rheims receiving a lamp from a dove; date and artist unknown; photographed on 22 Juuly 2013 by GFreihalter; swiped from Wikimedia CommonsArticle

(Remy) (Saint) Bishop (October 1) (6th century) Born in Gaul A.D. 439, he was consecrated Archbishop of Rheims when only twenty-two years of age, and governed that illustrious Church for over seventy years. He was looked up to as the most learned and most eloquent Prelate of his Age. He is the Apostle of the Franks, of whom he baptised over three thousand, together with their King Clovis. He died January 13, A.D. 533, and has ever since been venerated as one of the greatest glories of the French Church. His Festival is generally kept on October 1, anniversary of the Translation of his Relics.

MLA Citation

  • Monks of Ramsgate. “Remigius”. Book of Saints, 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 30 September 2016. Web. 22 January 2019. <>