(Saint) Bishop Martyr (October 6) (6th century) The successor of Saint Eleutherius in the See of Auxerre in France. During his three years of Episcopate, he struggled against Arianism and simony, both rife at that period in Central France. He died A.D. 564, and is commonly venerated as a Martyr, though of his having been such, historical proof is not now forthcoming.
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