St. Domitian of Huy, born in the sixth century, was a priest and bishop of Tongres. A steadfast opponent of heretics, he spoke out against them at the Synod of Orleans in 549 and encouraged sermons against heresy. In addition to working to convert those who did not believe, he built churches and hospices. His talent for fundraising helped ease a famine. St. Domitian died in Huy, Belgium, around the year 560 and is patron saint of that city.