(Saint) Bishop (February 9) (6th century) A Bishop of Canusium (a town now destroyed) near Bari in the South of Italy. He retained that See for more than fifty-two years, and is said to have been over a hundred years old at the time of his death (A.D. 566). Not only was he in the highest repute for sanctity and zeal among his own flock, but he rendered great service to the Church at large, especially in embassies with which he was charged by the Popes to the Byzantine Emperors.
- Monks of Ramsgate. “Sabinus”. , 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 7 February 2017. Web. 27 March 2017. <>