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Nathy d’Achonry

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Saint Nathy d’Achonry

Abbé-évêque irlandais

Fête le 9 août

Luighne, Sligo, Irlande – † v. 610

Autres graphies : [Natheus] Nathy (David), Crumnathy, Nathi ou Nath I (irl.)

Canonisé le 19 juin 1902

Nathy ou Crumnathy fut un prêtre, qui est mentionné dans la vie de sainte Attracta. Disciple de saint Finian de Clonard, il devint fondateur et abbé-évêque d’un monastère à Achonry, dans le Sligo irlandais, dont il est le saint patron. Son culte a été confirmé en 1903.

  1. Nath I
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  3. Crumnathy

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