Hostiarius


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  • Patricius (17) — 17Patricius (17. Febr., al. 24. Aug.), ein Ostiarius, (bei Kelly steht Hostiarius), welcher bei den Boll. unter die Uebergangenen gestellt ist, war Abt von Artmach, ruht in der Kirche zu Trim (Athrumia) Grafschaft Eastmeath, in Irland. Vgl. S.… …   Vollständiges Heiligen-Lexikon

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