Celtic and Old English Saints          22 July

* St. Dabius of Scotland
* St. Movean of Innis-Coosery

St. Dabius, Priest and Confessor in Scotland
Date unknown. The Irish priest Dabius preached effectively in his
homeland before migrating to Albany, Scotland. He is the titular patron
of several churches, including the parish of Domnach Cluana in the
County Down, and of Kippau in the Highlands. He may be identical with
Saint Movean (Biteus), who was a disciple of Saint Patrick
(Benedictines, Husenbeth).

St. Movean (Bitteus), Abbot of Innis-Coosery, Ireland,
Who Died a Hermit in Perthshire, Scotland, Disciple of Saint Patrick
Date unknown. Movean was a disciple of Saint Patrick and abbot of
Inis-Coosery in County Down. He seems to have also worked in Perthshire,
where he is thought to have died as a hermit (Benedictines).

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