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Saint Willibald

Willibald, Saint (wĭˈlĭbôld) [key], d. 787?, English missionary in Germany. He traveled in the East and was sent from Rome on a mission to aid St. Boniface. He was made first bishop of Eichstätt. St. Walburga was his sister, and St. Winnebald, first abbot of Heidenheim, was his brother. Feast: June 7.

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

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