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St Gerard Sagredo - 24 September churchmilitant Also known as Apostle of Hungary Gerard of Csanád Gerard of Hungary Collert… Gerardo… Gellért… Memorial 24 September Profile Benedictine monk. …More
St Gerard Sagredo - 24 September churchmilitant
Also known as
Apostle of Hungary
Gerard of Csanád
Gerard of Hungary
Collert…
Gerardo…
Gellért…
Memorial
24 September
Profile
Benedictine monk. Abbot at San Giorgio Maggiore abbey, Venice, Italy. He passed through Hungary while on a pilgrimage to Palestine. There he met with King Saint Stephen who persuaded him to stay and minister to the Magyars. Tutor of Prince Saint Emeric. First bishop of Csanad, Hungary in 1035. Martyred during the pagan backlash that followed the death of Saint Stephen.
Born
23 April 980 in Venice, Italy
Died
stabbed to death with a lance on 24 September 1046 at Buda, Hungary
body thrown into the Danube River
surviving relics enshrined in the Basilica of San Donato in Murano, Venice, Italy
Canonized
1083 by Pope Saint Gregory VII
Patronage
Hungary
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Is this really making reference to Ard (named a son of Bela) in reference to an event that was stated to happen in 1035AD?

I presume it is not Ard son of Benjamin.
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Not sure...Historian Gábor Klaniczay also emphasizes that the longer legend contains obviously anachronistic elements.[7] On the other hand, Carlile Aylmer Macartney says that the Long Life preserved the original form of Gerard's earliest (now lost) biography.[8]

Gerard's own work, the Deliberatio supra hymnum trium puerorum also contain references to his life.[3] Simon of Kéza's chronicle …More
Not sure...Historian Gábor Klaniczay also emphasizes that the longer legend contains obviously anachronistic elements.[7] On the other hand, Carlile Aylmer Macartney says that the Long Life preserved the original form of Gerard's earliest (now lost) biography.[8]

Gerard's own work, the Deliberatio supra hymnum trium puerorum also contain references to his life.[3] Simon of Kéza's chronicle and the Illuminated Chronicle preserved fragments from the common source of Gerard's two Lives.[9] A 13th-century rhymed version (or chant) of Gerard's legend was also preserved, but it does not contain more information than the Short Life.[3]
wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerard_of_Csanád
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:) At least they spelled tutor correctly.
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Thanks!