St. Leonard of Noblac

St. Leonard of Noblac lived in the sixth century. Part of the Frankish nobility, he was a member of the court of King Clovis I. The king won a battle when St. Leonard called on God for help. After this victory, St. Remigius converted the king to Christianity and brought thousands to Christianity with him. St. Leonard entered a monastery and later lived in a forest where he converted many. This saint converted prisoners. He died circa 559. St. Leonard of Noblac is patron saint of prisoners.

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Catholic Review

Catholic Review

The Catholic Review is the official publication of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.