Viator of Lyons
Viator of Lyons is a French saint of the fourth century. The Clerics of Saint Viator take their name from him. According to tradition, he was a lector or a catechist at the cathedral of Lyons, and was held in high esteem by the bishop of Lyons, Justus (Just), and by the congregants. After Justus decided to live as a hermit in Egypt in 381, Viator accompanied him. They died at Scetes (present-day Wadi El Natrun) in 389 AD; Viator survived the bishop by a few weeks.
Feast of St Viator is October 21.