- Hilarian of Lévinhac
- Hilarian of Perse
Born to the Gallic nobility, he was known as a pious child. Priest in Lévinhac, France. He would often pass through an area of Muslim occupation, cross the River Lot, and celebrate Mass in the town of Perse. Martyr.
- beheaded c.793 in Perse, diocese of Rodez, France
- legend says that the body got up, washed the blood off the severated head, and then took it to his mother; he had jokingly promised he would do so every time she nagged him of the danger of passing through Muslim territory to being the Sacraments to the people of Perse
- buried in Lévinhac, France
- relics enshrined in Perse where they are a stop on the route for pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela
- “Saint Hilarion of Espalion“. CatholicSaints.Info. 12 June 2016. Web. 25 February 2017. <>