St Maximus of Turin
(Died between 408 and 423 or 465)
St Maximus is thought to have been a native of Rhaetia in Northern Italy.
St Maximus was appointed Bishop of Turin and attended the Synod of Milan in 451 and the Council of Rome in 465. He is renowned for his many theological writings including, 118 homilies, 116 sermons and 6 treatises.
St Maximus’ Feast Day is the 25th June. He is the Patron Saint of Turin.
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