Arnold of Hiltensweiler, Bl.
ARNOLD OF HILTENSWEILER, BL.
Monastic founder; fl. first quarter of the 12th century. He was a layman who founded a convent at Langnau, near Bern. Few details of his life are known. He appears to have been a member of the First crusade from 1099 to 1100 and is usually represented with a banner on which there is a cross inscribed. Although married, he was childless, and in 1122, by a grant confirmed by the Emperor henry v, he left all his property to the house of All Saints at Schaffhausen on the Rhine. The date of his death is unknown but was after 1127, when his name last appears in the records. He was buried in the oratory that he had founded at Hiltensweiler.
Feast: May 1.
Bibliography: w. mÜller, Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche 2 1:893. p. volk, Dictionnaire d'histoire et de géographic ecclésiastiques 4:565. Schriften des Vereins für Geschichte des Bodensees 13 (1884) 133–148.
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