Saint Flann of Bangor, December 15

December 15 is the feast of Saint Flann, a seventh/eighth century successor to Saint Comgall as abbot of Bangor. The Martyrology of Oengus says that at this date we commemorate ‘the feast of Flann the modest ruler, the abiding successor at Bangor.’ His repose is recorded in the Annals in the eighth century where he is also linked to Antrim: 169 more words