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Wulfric (d. 1154) + hermit and
miracle worker. Born at Compton Martin, near Bristol, England, he became a priest and was
excessively materialistic and worldly. After meeting with a beggar, he underwent a personal
conversion and became a hermit at Haselbury; Somerset, England. For his remaining years, he devoted
himself to rigorous austerities and was known for his miracles and prophecies. While he was never
formally canonized, Wulfric was a very popular saint during the Middle Ages, and his tomb was
visited by many pilgrims.
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