Book of Saints – Romuald

image of Saint Romuald, a detail of the painting 'Adoration of the Child with Saints', by Fra Filippo Lippi, c.1463, tempera on wood, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, ItalyArticle

(Saint) Abbot (February 7) (11th century) A native of Ravenna and founder of the Order of the Camaldolese Hermits, a branch of that of Saint Benedict, which had its head house at Camaldoli near Arezzo, in Tuscany. Though most austere in his habits, Saint Romuald was conspicuous for the cheerful kindliness and considerateness with which he dealt with others. He died June 19, A.D. 1027; but his Feast is kept on February 7, the anniversary of the Translation of his relics. His Order has survived in Italy to our own time.

MLA Citation

  • Monks of Ramsgate. “Romuald”. Book of Saints, 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 6 February 2017. Web. 19 January 2019. <>