St. Aidan - Lectern Frontal LF732
Artwork by The Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey.
Aidan (Aedan), Bishop. One of the great
evangelising saints of the British Isles. Thought to be of Irish descent he was
sent from Iona to preach the Gospel in Northumbria where he founded a monastic
cathedral on Lindisfarne (Holy Island) and was consecrated Bishop. Feast Day:
Saint Aidan and the Saints of Lindisfarne 31st August.
Known for his love and protection of animals
his emblem is a stag which he is thought to have saved from hunters.
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