Wolfgang was one of the three great German Saints; Early in his life he became friends with the soon-to-be archbishop Henry of Babenberg. After teaching in Trier, he was ordained a priest by St. Ulrich in 968, and soon became Bishop of Regensburg in 972. Known for his strict discipline and reforms, he preferred living as a hermit and did so until his death in 994.
b. 934 Swabia, Germany d. 10/31/994 Pupping, Linz
Patronage: Apoplexy, Carpenters, Paralysis, Stomach diseases, Strokes
Feast Day: October 31