Andreas a Sardinia (66)

66Andreas a Sardinia, (9. Apr.) Andreas – mit dem Beinamen a Sardinia, wahrscheinlich weil er aus Sardinien gebürtig war – gehörte nach Art. Mart., wo er unter die »Seligen« gerechnet wird, dem Orden des hl. Franciscus an und starb zu Ragusa.



http://www.zeno.org/Heiligenlexikon-1858. 1858.

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