Winwaloe and Piran

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Two Cornish saints are commemorated this week – St Winwaloe on March 3rd, and St Piran on 5th March.

Winwaloe is often called a Breton saint as he lived there and founded churches in Brittany. However, his parents were Cornish and moved to Brittany to escape a plague.

He did return to found church communities in Cornwall.

Winawaloe is also known for founding churches in various places in England and Wales.

Piran is venerated as the patron saint of Cornwall (and of tin miners), and the Cornish flag is the flag of St Piran.

If you are interested to discover more about Cornish saints, take a look here.

Gool Peran Lowen, as they say in Cornish!

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