Saint Gall of Clermont

Also known as

  • Gal



Born to the Gallic nobility; relative of Saint Vettius Apagatus. Uncle and teacher of Saint Gregory of Tours. He refused an arranged marriage to the daughter of an imperial senator, and withdrew to the monastery at Cournon near Auvergne, France. Monk. Deacon under Saint Quinctian. Represented Quinctian at the court of King Theirry. Bishop of Clermont, France in 527. Known as a miracle worker, and as a man so meek and humble that those who sought to attack him were often converted by his gentleness.



  • c.554 of natural causes


MLA Citation

  • “Saint Gall of Clermont“. CatholicSaints.Info. 14 November 2016. Web. 28 November 2021. <>