Abbot and disciple of St. Columba. Fintan was a hermit in Clonenagh, Leix, Ireland. When disciples gathered around his hermitage he became their abbot. A wonder ...
Life. The monastery at Clonenagh was founded in the 6th century by Columba of Terryglass who entrusted it to his disciple Fintan when Colum moved on to Terryglass.
Saint Fintan of Clonenagh. Posted by catholic_saints. Memorial. 17 February; Profile. Spiritual student of Saint Columba. Austere hermit at Clonenagh, Ireland.
Saint Fintán, or Munnu (died 635) is a Catholic saint. He served in Ireland and Scotland, and was the founder and abbot of the abbey at Teach-munnu, today Taghmon in ...
Saint Fintan of Clonenagh, February 17 We commemorate one of the great Irish masters of the ascetic life, Saint Fintan of Clonenagh on the 17th of February.
October 20 is the feastday of a Saint Fintan or 'Fintan Moeldubh', who may have been especially venerated as a patron of Ossory, a kingdom and diocese of ...
Sts. Fintan. Help support New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. ... St. Fintan of Clonenagh. A Leinster saint, b. about 524; ...
CatholicSaints.Info profile of Saint Comgall of Bangor. CatholicSaints.Info. ... Spiritual student of Saint Fintan of Clonenagh and Saint Kieran at Clonmacnoise.
14 St John's Bulletin February 2008 Festivals kept on February 17th SAINT FINTAN OF CLONENAGH B orn in Leinster; died 635. A disciple of Saint
Life . The monastery at Clonenagh was founded in the 6th century by Columba of Terryglass who entrusted it to his disciple Fintan when Colum moved on to Terryglass.