St. Dingad (Digat) of Wales

1 November

Died 5th century. Saint Dingad was another son of the chieftain Brychan of Brecknock (f.d. April 6). He led a monastic or eremitical life at Llandingad (Llandovery, Dyfed) in Monmouthshire, southern Wales. The patron of Dingestow (Gwent) may be today's saint or Dingad ab Nudd Hael, king of Bryn Buga (Benedictines, Bowen, Farmer).

Troparion of Ss Pabiali, Cledwyn and Dingad
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Treasures of the legacy of Brychan,
noble ascetics and teachers of the Orthodox Faith,
O pious Pabiali, Cledwyn and Dingad, who make this day illustrious with your memory,
cease not in your intercessions before the Throne of Grace
that Christ our God will be gracious to us and show us great mercy.

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