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St. Aaron

St Aaron was a sixth century monk who was a hermit. He lived the monastic life and even became the abbot of a community which lived on a small island off the coast of Brittany, France.  The island was accessible only at low tide which prevent invaders from having a tactical advantage in attempting to overthrow the community.  The island was known as Aaron in his honor.  St. Aaron, who was named after Aaron, the helper of Moses, also helped and welcomed St. Malo during his mission to France and worked with him in his mission around France.  Though St. Aaron died of natural causes, he labored to exhaustion to spread the Catholic Faith.

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