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Rev. Alban Butler (1711–73). Volume V: May. The Lives of the Saints. 1866.

May 25

St. Dumhade of Ireland, Abbot

HE was an Irish or Scottish monk, who being made abbot of Hij, or St. Columkille’s great monastery, introduced the Roman manner of celebrating Easter. After governing that abbey ten years, he died in 717. He is titular saint of the church of Kilclocair in the diocess of Armagh. See Colgan in MSS. ad 25 Maij.  1