St. Victorian of Asan
Born in Italy; died in Spain c. 560. Saint Victorian settled for a time in France before founding Asan (now Saint Victorian) in the Aragonese Pyrenees, diocese of Barbastro.
He is highly praised by Saint Venantius Fortunatus (Benedictines).
Feastday: January 12
Died: 560 Spain
Saint Victorian of Asan (Spanish: San Vitorián de Asan, in Aragonese San Beturián) (died ca. 560 AD) was a Spanish saint. A native of Italy, he founded monasteries and hospices there before settling briefly in France.
He became the founder and abbot of the monastery of Asan (now called San Vitorián). Asan was situated in the Aragonese Pyrenees, in the diocese of Barbastro.
He died of natural causes.
He is mentioned by Venantius Fortunatus.