After the death of Chilperic, her mother seems to have made her home with Godegisil at Geneva, where her other daughter, Chrona, founded the church of Saint-Victor. Soon after the death of Chilperic, Clovis asked and obtained the hand of Clotilda. Clovis upbraided her; but when Chlodomer was born, she insisted on baptising him also. Although Chlodomer did indeed fall ill, he soon after recovered. More healthy children followed.
When he did indeed triumph, Clovis readily took the faith.
Clotilde's cult made her the patron of queens, widows, brides and even those in exile. In Normandy especially she was venerated as guarding the lame and those who suffered violent death and ill-tempered husbands. In , the Queen founded a convent foryoung girls of the nobility here. It was destroyed by the Normans in The spring is popularly believed to heal skin diseases. Do you have supplementary information, corrections or questions with regards to Saint Clothilde of Burgundy?
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Search Stamboom Forum. Search discussions. In art she is often depicted presiding over the baptism of Clovis, or as a suppliant at the shrine of Saint Martin. Several fine images of her remain, particularly in the 16th century stained glass window at Andelys. Clotilde is the patron saint of Les Andelys , Normandy.
In , the Queen founded a convent for young girls of the nobility there, which was destroyed by the Normans in The spring is popularly believed to heal skin diseases. Cambridge University Press. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the saint. For other uses, see Clotilde disambiguation.
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