New Catholic Dictionary – Saint Honoratus

illustration of Saint Honoratus of Arles from 'Pictorial Lives of the Saints', 1892Article

Confessor, Archbishop of Arles; born probably Toul, Gaul, 350; died Mondon, Greece, 429. He was born of pagan parents in northern Gaul, and after his conversion to Christianity, embarked, c.368, to visit Palestine and Egypt. Returning to Gaul through Italy, he founded the celebrated monastery of Lérins, and in 426 was appointed Archbishop of Arles. Relics at Lerins. Feast, 16 January.

MLA Citation

  • “Saint Honoratus”. People of the Faith. CatholicSaints.Info. 18 October 2010. Web. 24 October 2021. <>