In 1808 Eugene entered the seminary in Paris, worked diligently with the poor, and eventually became Bishop of Marseilles, France, in 1837 and his influence extended not only locally but throughout the world.
He spent much time in prayer and fasting, and built several churches and monasteries. Gregory of Tours writes that he was an eyewitness to miracles performed by St. On March 28, in the year 592, King Guntramnus died at the age of sixty-eight.
In the sixteenth century, Huguenots scattered his ashes, but his skull remained untouched and is kept in a silver box in St. Guntramnus is the patron saint of divorced people, guardians, and repentant murderers.
He is usually depicted in art as a king with three treasure chests, one of which has a globe and a cross on it. Eugene de Mazenod Eugene de Mazenod was a member of the French nobility.
His mother, Marie-Rose, was convent educated and wealthy.
Helen has been linked to devotion to the Holy Cross.