|Bishop of Fossombrone|
|Born||1119, Sorrivoli, Italy|
|Died||30 April 1219, Fossombrone, Italy|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
|Major shrine||Fossombrone cathedral|
|Attributes||epsicopal robes holding the cathedral he built|
Aldebrandus, also known as Hildebrand, was a Bishop of Fossombrone. Having been born in 1119, at Sorrivoli, Italy, Aldebrandus went on to study at Santa Maria de Porto a commune near Ravenna, Italy. After being ordained to the priesthood, Aldebrandus was appointed provost at Rimini, where his bold preaching against a sinful living but him at odds with figures in authority, and having led Aldebrandus to flee the area due to death threats. In 1170, he was appointed Bishop of Fossombrone. He would build a cathedral there. One miracle which is attributed to Aldebrandus, is that of the elderly bishop when he was bedridden with illness, his servants brought him a cooked partridge, but Aldebrandus couldn't eat it as it was a day of fasting, so he prayed over the bird and it came to life and it flew away.