Médard de Noyon (en latin Medardus) ou saint Médard est un évêque picard né en 456 à Salency en Picardie et mort le 8 juin 545 à Noyon. La Saint-Médard se fête le 8 juin.↑ Adrien Baillet, Les vies des saints, 1701, 3 volumes (tome 9 - 1739)

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  • Médard de Noyon (en latin Medardus) ou saint Médard est un évêque picard né en 456 à Salency en Picardie et mort le 8 juin 545 à Noyon. La Saint-Médard se fête le 8 juin.
  • Medardo di Saint Quentin (Salency, ... – Noyon, 8 giugno 560) è stato un vescovo franco, venerato come santo dalla Chiesa cattolica.Il padre, Nectar o Nectardus, fu uno dei nobili Franchi che conquistarono la Gallia con Childerico I e che ivi conobbe e sposò la madre Protagia, appartenente ad una nobile famiglia gallo-romana e convertitasi al cristianesimo per sposarlo. Sarebbe fratello di San Gildardo, vescovo di Rouen. Secondo alcune fonti la famiglia di Medardo si era stabilita nel piccolo villaggio di Salency, nei pressi di Noyon. Secondo Jacopo da Varazze Medardo era fratello gemello di San Gildardo, che fu arcivescovo di Rouen.
  • Medard z Noyon, Medardus (ur. 457 w Salency w Pikardii, zm. ok. 545), biskup Noyon i Tournai we Francji, święty Kościoła katolickiego.
  • De heilige Medardus (Salency, 456 - Noyon, 8 juni 545) was van adellijke afkomst en een broer van de H. Gildardus, die bisschop van Rouen was. Medardus werd priester gewijd in 489 en werd bisschop van Vermand in 530. Hij verplaatste de zetel van het bisdom in 531 naar Noyon. In 532 werd hij ook bisschop van Doornik; deze 2 bisdommen bleven samen tot in 1146. Hij legde koningin Radegundis de sluier op en was een van de meest geëerde bisschoppen van zijn tijd. Volgens de legende werd hij als kind tegen de regen beschermd door een zwevende engel.Zijn feestdag is op 8 juni. Medardus wordt aanroepen tegen slecht weer, tegen gevangenschap, onvruchtbaarheid en tandpijn en voor een goede oogst en goed weer. Hij is de patroon van de Duitse stad Lüdenscheid, van de brouwers, van de gevangenen, van de schermmakers en van de wijngaarden.
  • Medardus (* 456 in Salency, Grafschaft Vermandois, Nordfrankreich; † 8. Juni 545 in Noyon ) war Mitte des 6. Jahrhunderts Bischof von Vermandois, dann von Noyon und später von Tournai, von wo aus er Flandern missionierte. Er wurde auf Geheiß des Königs im später nach ihm benannten Kloster Saint-Médard in Soissons nördlich von Paris begraben. Medardus war für seine Mildtätigkeit bekannt und wurde heiliggesprochen.
  • Medardo de Noyón (456-545) santo francés, de la iglesia católica, obispo y mártir, obispo de Noyon. Su festividad se celebra el 8 de junio.
  • Svatý Medard (asi 457 – asi 545) byl francký biskup ve Vermandois.
  • Saint Medardus (or St Medard) (French Médard or Méard) (c. 457 – c. 545) was the Bishop of Vermandois who removed the seat of the diocese to Noyon.St Medardus was born at Salency, Oise, in Picardy. His father, Nectaridus, was a noble of Frankish origin, while his mother Protagia was Gallo-Roman. The Roman Martyrology includes the fanciful tale that Saint Gildard, Bishop of Rouen, was his brother, "born on the same day, consecrated bishops on the same day, and on the same day withdrawn from this life." A pious fiction links his childhood to his future bishoprics: "He often accompanied his father on business to Vermand and Tournai, where he frequented the schools, carefully avoiding all worldly dissipation".At the death in 530 of his patron in the Church, Bishop Alomer, when Medard was 33, he was chosen to succeed him as bishop of Vermand due to his exemplary piety and his knowledge, considerable for that time. Despite his objections, he found himself obliged to accept the heavy responsibilities of the position, to which he devoted himself zealously.Evidence for his deeds as bishop is thin. He is held to have removed the see from Vermand, a little city with no defences, to Noyon, the strongest place in that region of Neustria. The year is traditionally given as 531, the year in which Clotaire marched against the Thuringii with his brother Theuderic I, but struggles with the Burgundians also troubled Merovingian Neustria. He was a councillor to Clotaire, the Merovingian king at Soissons.It is also claimed that in 532, at the death of Saint Eleutherius, bishop of Tournai, Medardus was invited to assume the direction of that diocese also. He refused at first, but being urged by Clotaire himself, he at last accepted. The union of the two dioceses of Noyon and Tournai lasted until 1146, when they were again separated. Tournai was a center for evangelizing the pagan Flemings. There he accepted Radegund of Thuringia as a deaconess and nun, until she removed to her own foundation at Saix.King Clotaire, who had paid Medardus a last visit at Noyon, where the bishop died, had his body transferred to his own manor of Crouy (Croviacum), at the gates of the royal city of Soissons; there over his tomb was erected the celebrated Benedictine abbey which bears his name, the Abbey of Saint-Médard. The selection of the site was given authenticity through a familiar trope of hagiography:When the procession reached Crouy, which is about three miles from Soissons, the bier became wholly immovable. The king then promised to give half the borough of Crouy to the new church. On trying again to lift the bier, it was found that the half facing the part given to the church was loose and could be moved, but the other half was as fast as ever. Clotaire now promised the whole borough to the church. The bier instantly became so light that it could be lifted and carried without any trouble to its final destination. (Walsh 1897)The Royal Library of Belgium (MS. 1221 = 9850-52) conserves a fragment of a Psalter and patristic writings written at the Abbey of Saint-Médard in Soissons, in the time of Childebert III (Lowe and Rand, note 9). The Abbey's early 9th century "Gospel Codex," produced at Aachen, is a monument of book production of the Carolingian renaissance. During the Carolingian fraternal struggles, in 833, Louis the Pious in a public ceremony at the Abbey, was forced to lay down his sword, was stripped of his royal vestments and made to don a penitent's coarse robe. There Raoul of France was later crowned king on July 9, 923.
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  • Médard de Noyon (en latin Medardus) ou saint Médard est un évêque picard né en 456 à Salency en Picardie et mort le 8 juin 545 à Noyon. La Saint-Médard se fête le 8 juin.↑ Adrien Baillet, Les vies des saints, 1701, 3 volumes (tome 9 - 1739)
  • Medard z Noyon, Medardus (ur. 457 w Salency w Pikardii, zm. ok. 545), biskup Noyon i Tournai we Francji, święty Kościoła katolickiego.
  • Medardus (* 456 in Salency, Grafschaft Vermandois, Nordfrankreich; † 8. Juni 545 in Noyon ) war Mitte des 6. Jahrhunderts Bischof von Vermandois, dann von Noyon und später von Tournai, von wo aus er Flandern missionierte. Er wurde auf Geheiß des Königs im später nach ihm benannten Kloster Saint-Médard in Soissons nördlich von Paris begraben. Medardus war für seine Mildtätigkeit bekannt und wurde heiliggesprochen.
  • Medardo de Noyón (456-545) santo francés, de la iglesia católica, obispo y mártir, obispo de Noyon. Su festividad se celebra el 8 de junio.
  • Svatý Medard (asi 457 – asi 545) byl francký biskup ve Vermandois.
  • Medardo di Saint Quentin (Salency, ... – Noyon, 8 giugno 560) è stato un vescovo franco, venerato come santo dalla Chiesa cattolica.Il padre, Nectar o Nectardus, fu uno dei nobili Franchi che conquistarono la Gallia con Childerico I e che ivi conobbe e sposò la madre Protagia, appartenente ad una nobile famiglia gallo-romana e convertitasi al cristianesimo per sposarlo. Sarebbe fratello di San Gildardo, vescovo di Rouen.
  • Saint Medardus (or St Medard) (French Médard or Méard) (c. 457 – c. 545) was the Bishop of Vermandois who removed the seat of the diocese to Noyon.St Medardus was born at Salency, Oise, in Picardy. His father, Nectaridus, was a noble of Frankish origin, while his mother Protagia was Gallo-Roman.
  • De heilige Medardus (Salency, 456 - Noyon, 8 juni 545) was van adellijke afkomst en een broer van de H. Gildardus, die bisschop van Rouen was. Medardus werd priester gewijd in 489 en werd bisschop van Vermand in 530. Hij verplaatste de zetel van het bisdom in 531 naar Noyon. In 532 werd hij ook bisschop van Doornik; deze 2 bisdommen bleven samen tot in 1146. Hij legde koningin Radegundis de sluier op en was een van de meest geëerde bisschoppen van zijn tijd.
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