New Catholic Dictionary – Saint Disibod


Confessor, Bishop of Disenberg, Germany; born Ireland, c.619; died 700. He settled on the continent near Bingen, and founded the monastery of Mount Disibod, from which the name Disenberg is derived. He governed there under the Irish rule, as abbotbishop. His life by Saint Hildegard was written from visions and is wholly unhistorical. Patron of Disenberg. Feast, 8 July, and 8 September.

MLA Citation

  • “Saint Disibod”. New Catholic Dictionary. CatholicSaints.Info. 22 October 2012. Web. 17 June 2021. <>