Colman, Saint
Colman, Saint
Irishman martyred while on pilgrimage to Jerusalem, near Vienna in 1012

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  • Colman, Saint Elo — • Nephew of St. Columba. This St. Colman was the first abbot of Muckamore. He died at Lynally (Lann Elo) in 611 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Colman, Saint, of Dalaradia — • First bishop and patron saint of Dromore. Born in Dalaradia c. 450, date of death uncertain Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Colman, Saint, of Mayo — • Monk of Iona, bishop of Lindisfarne, later founded the Abbey and Diocese of Mayo, d. 676 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

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  • Colmán of Cloyne — Born October 15, 522(522 10 15) Munster Died 24 November 600(600 11 24) (aged 78) Honored in Roman Catholicism Major shrine …   Wikipedia

  • Colman mac Duagh — Saint Colman mac Duagh Born 550 Corker, Kiltartan, County Galway, Ireland Died 632 (aged 81–82) Honored in Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy Saint Colman mac Duagh was born at Corker, Kiltartan, County Galway, Ireland …   Wikipedia

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  • Colmán of Lann — Saint Colmán mac Luacháin was an early Irish abbot (fl. 7th century), founder and patron saint of Lann (Lynn, Co. Westmeath). The name of the saint s foundation, Lann (in full Lann mic Lúacháin), represents the early Irish word lann meaning… …   Wikipedia

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