St. Lupus of Chalons
Feast day: January 27
Bishop of Chalons-sur-Saone, in France. Pope St. Gregory the Great corresponded with him. Lupus was a model of charity and cared for the sick and poor.
Died c. 610. Saint Lupus, bishop of Châlons-sur-Sâone, was famous for his charity to the afflicted. There is an extant letter to him dated 601 from Saint Gregory the Great