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Saint Viator of Bergamo (Italian: Viatore di Bergamo) (died 370) is venerated as the second bishop of Bergamo. Viator is unanimously and traditionally considered the successor of Saint Narnus in that see.[1] Viator's episcopate is considered to have lasted from 343 to 370.[1]

Viator attended the Council of Sardica (342-3), called to adjust the doctrinal and other difficulties of the Arian controversy. Viator assisted in the composition of decrees there; Saint Athanasius lists him as one of the authors of the decree Apologia contra Arianus.[1]