Saint Magnus of Fussen
Died: c. 666 AD
Feast Day: September 6th
Patronage: against insects, caterpillars, hail storms, lightning strikes, snakes, vermin, the plague, and for protection of crops
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Saint Magnus the “Apostle of Allgau” was a Benedictine monk and missionary in Bavaria, Germany who founded the Fussen Abbey. He is one of the Holy Helpers invoked during plagues. He was a contemporary of St. Columban and St Gall and is known to have helped local Barvarians clear land for farming and began a mining industry.