Wishing to be an evangelist, he always seemed to get off on the wrong foot.
When he finally found it with his band of monks in tow, the existing incumbent had him banished.
The stranded monks complained to King Pepin who was the nearest ruler. He decreed that St STURMI be re-instated with no more nonsense.
However, our Saint was driven away again, this time by Saxons who hated the Christians due to persecution by Charlemagne.
Trying once again for what he hoped might be a lucky third time, all seemed to be going well until he was prescribed some sort of medicine for some illness (probably chronic depression by this time). He was unlucky enough to take an accidental overdose which proved fatal.
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.
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Location : Worldwide Christianity
Gender : Male
Type : Saint or Sage
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Birth and Death Dates : ???-779
Pronunciation : Coming soon
Alternative names : None known
Popularity index : 74
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