St. Totnan †689

Sts. Kilian, Colman, & Totnan

 St. Totnan (a deacon), with St. Kilian (a bishop) and St. Colman (a priest), all from Ireland, were martyred as they were evangelizing Germany, specifically Franconia and East Thuringia. St. Totnan is counted as an intercessor for people who suffer from gout and rheumatism. 

Sources:

http://brigid-undertheoak.blogspot.com/2011/07/irish-saints-of-july-killian-of.html (source of image)

 http://medievalreligiouslife.wordpress.com/2011/07/09/medieval-church-st-kilians-day-july-8/

http://saints.sqpn.com/saintt53.htm

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