Saint Eloise, blessed French Catholic celebrated on February 11.
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Blessed Eloise Coulombs (or Helvise or Helwa) is a French recluse who lived under the obedience of the Benedictine abbey of Coulombs in the diocese of Chartres.
She first married Count Hugues II de Meulan and his second wife Azzelin Alexander said, she had several children including Godfrey became abbot of Coulombs.
In 1066 the abbey received an inheritance Lainville its properties, Lesseville, Montalet-le-Bois, Montreuil-sur-Epte, Meulan and Jambville1,2.
It is considered blessed by the Roman Catholic Church, celebrated on February 11. It is sometimes called "holy Helvise" abuse of language. The parish church of Saint-Cheron Coulombs holds his relics in a reliquary bust shape. It also appears on a window in the same church.
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