Saint Guarinus of Sitten
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Medallion of St. Guarinus, given to pilgrims
Bishop of Sion
Born 1065, Pont-à-Mousson, France
Died 27 August 1150, Aulps, France
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Feast 27 August
Patronage Animals, Protection from Animal Diseases

Guarinus of Sitten also known as Guerin was Bishop of Sion. Guarinus was born in Pont-à-Mousson, France, around 1065. He came from a noble family and c. 1085 became a monk at the Benedictine monastery at Molesme. In 1094, together with a group of brothers, he founded a new branch of Molesme, the monastery of Notre-Dame des Alpes, in Aulps modern day France. In 1138 Guarinus was appointed Bishop of Sion and later became revered as a saint. He died at Aulps, in 1150[1].


  1. Guarin Biographisch - Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon

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