is counted in the West to be an intercessor for persons with hearing problems and deafness, as well as scrofula and glandular disorders. He was from Wales.
A monastic, he spread the faith of Christ in both Wales and Brittany (Northern France), establishing Churches in these places. In addition to the monastery at Llancarvan in Wales, he built a stone monastery in Scotland. He also lived with St. Gildas as a hermit on a small island off the coast of Brittany for a time.
All Saints Parish in Brookline, Massachusetts has made available an online life of St. Cadoc, with an icon of him and many interesting stories:
The Wikipedia entry on St. Cadoc associates him with King Arthur. There is also mention of the locale in Brittany where “he is called upon to cure the deaf:” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cadoc
My original source: http://saints.sqpn.com/saintc94.htm
Source of Icon: Orthodox Outlet for Dogmatic Enquiries