Saint Lambert of Maastricht; The murder & martyrdom of Saint Lambert. Bishop & Martyr; Born: 636 Maastricht: Died: 700 Liège: Venerated in: Roman Catholic Church ...
Bishop of Maestricht, ... priest of the cathedral church at Maestricht. Later, Lambert received instruction from St. Theodardus ... The saint's feast is celebrated on ...
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Saint Lambert. Saint Lambert, born about 640, was a native of Maestricht, the son of illustrious Christians; his noble father entrusted his education to the holy ...
St. Lambert (LANDEBERTUS) Saint Lambert was a Martyr and a Bishop of Maestricht. He was born at Maestricht between 633 and 638. He died at Liège, between 698 and 701
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aint Lambert Parish is a Roman Catholic parish of the Archdiocese of Chicago. We are located in Skokie, a northern suburb of Chicago, Illinois.
People. Saint-Lambert may refer to: Saint Lambert of Maastricht - Bishop in the 7th century and Christian saint; Jean François de Saint-Lambert - a French poet
Saint Lambert September 17th (LANDEBERTUS). Martyr, Bishop of Maestricht, b. at Maestricht between 633 and 638; d. at Liège, between 698 and 701.
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Saint Lambert of Maastricht
636 – 700
Saint Lambert Landebertus/Lambertus (c. 636 – c. 700) was the bishop of Maastricht (Tongeren) from about 670 until his death. Lambert was from a noble family of Maastricht, a protégé of his uncle, Bishop Theodard of Maastricht. When Theodard was murdered soon after 669, the councillors of Childeric II made Lambert bishop of Maastricht. Lambert was related to Hugobert and Plectrude, Pepin of Heristal's lawful wife and thus an in-law of hereditary mayors of the palace who controlled the Merovingian kings of Austrasia. After Childeric was murdered in 675, the faction of Ebroin, majordomo of Neustria and the power behind that throne, expelled him from his see, in favor of their candidate, Faramundus. Lambert spent seven years in exile at the recently founded Abbey of Stavelot (674–681). With a change in the turbulent political fortunes of the time, Lambert was returned to his see.more