St. Digain of Cornwall

21 November

5th century. The memory of Saint Digain, a son of King (or chieftain) Constantine of Cornwall, is perpetuated in Llangernw in Denbigshire (Benedictines).

Troparion of St Digain
Tone 8
O son of Constantine and servant of God, Righteous Digain, thou dost teach us by thy example that no man is too mighty to humbly serve Christ and labour for His Holy Church.
Therefore, O holy one, pray to God for us that He will grant us the grace of humility, the joy of service and salvation for our souls.

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