- Radzim Slavnik
- Radim Gaudentius
Born into the Bohemia nobility; younger brother of Saint Adalbert of Prague. Following the massacre of his family by a political rival, Radzim became a monk at the Benedictine abbey of Saint Alessio, Aventine, Rome, Italy. Missionary to Prussia with Adalbert, he escaped the anti-Christian massacre in which Adalbert died. Archbishop of Gniezno in 1000, appointed by Otto III; he led his flock through end-of-the-world rumours that accompanied the new millenium.
- c.1004 in Gniezno, Bohemia (in modern Poland) of natural causes
- relics transferred to the Saint Veit Cathedral in Prague, Bohemia (in modern Czech Republic) in 1039
- “Saint Gaudentius of Gniezno“. CatholicSaints.Info. 5 January 2013. Web. 2 May 2016. <>