Saint Raynald
Bishop of Nocera
Born ca. 1150, Postignano, Nocera, Italy
Died 1225, Nocera, Italy
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Feast 9 February
Patronage Nocera, Italy

Raynald was a Benedictine Bishop of Nocera. Born around 1150, in the village of Postignano, near Nocera, Italy, to parents of German descent[1]. He entered the Benedictines monastery at Fonte-Avellana, and there he remained until he was appointed Bishop of Nocera, in 1217. He remained in this office until his death in 1225[2].


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