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2FAB: St Guinefort

2FAB: St Guinefort

Bet you didn’t know there was a dog saint! St Guinefort was a 13th-century French dog that received local veneration as a folk saint after miracles were reported at his grave

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Steven Wilson

Have long been a huge fan of the collared saint, having visited the supposed tombs of both Gellert in Wales and Argos in Ithaca.

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