St. Paul of Verdun
Died : 649.
Feast day: February 8
Saint Paul, bishop and restorer of Verdun, began life as a courtier. When he first retired from the world, he lived as a hermit at Mount Voge now Paulberg near Trier, Germany, and then entered the monastery of Tholey, where he was appointed headmaster of the monastic school. After some years 630, King Dagobert
appointed him bishop of Verdun .