High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Saint Martin of Braga
(in Latin Martinus Bracarensis, c. 520-580) was an archbishop of
Bracara Augusta in Hispania (now Braga in Portugal), a monastic
founder, and an ecclesiastical author. According to his
contemporary, the historian Gregory of Tours, Martin was plenus
virtutibus (full of virtue) and in tantum se litteris imbuit ut
nulli secundus sui temporis haberetur (second to none in learning).
He was canonized for his work in converting the inhabitants of
Gallaecia to Roman Catholicism, and his feast day is 20 March.
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