Posted by: anna | March 20, 2010

St Enadoc

Today (7 March) we commemorate St Enodoc (Enadoc, Guinedocus, Wendocus, Wenadocus), whom David Farmer describes as ‘a Welsh hermit who settled on the north coast of Cornwall, where a church, close to St. Minver and made famous by Sir John Betjeman, bears his name. Feast (according to William Worcestre): 7 March ; dedication day (since 1434): 13 July.’

[“Enodoc” The Oxford Dictionary of Saints. David Hugh Farmer. Oxford University Press 2003. Oxford Reference Online. Oxford University Press. University of Oxford. 19 March 2010]

And that is that.

Holy St Enadoc, pray to God for us.
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