The Saints of Anglo-Saxon England (9th to 11th Centuries), Volume I

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by Vladimir Moss
Publication Data: Seattle, WA: St. Nectarios Press, 1992
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: viii + 110
Dimensions (l × w × h): 20.9 cm × 14.0 cm × 0.9 cm
Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations
ISBN: 0‒913026‒32‒8

   
by Vladimir Moss

Volume I of The Saints of Anglo-Saxon England (9th to 11th Centuries)

“For over 1000 years, from the coming of the first disciples of Christ to the Norman Conquest in 1066, there flourished in England that form of Christianity which today is found mainly in the countries of the Orthodox East: Greece, Eastern Europe and Russia... This statement may surprise many people, especially Roman Catholics, who have been accustomed to believe that England was, until the Protestant Reformation, a Roman Catholic country.”
—“INTRODUCTION”

CONTENTS

SERIES INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME I
MARTYR-KING ETHELBERT OF EAST ANGLIA
TRANSLATION OF THE RELICS OF ST. ALBAN
MARTYR-KING ALCMUND OF NORTHUMBRIA
HIEROMARTYR BLAITHMAIC OF IONA
MARTYR-KING KENELM OF MERCIA
MARTYR-KING WISTAN OF MERCIA
MARTYR-KING EDMUND OF EAST ANGLIA
   First Translation of the Relics
   The Wanderings of the Relics
KING ALFRED THE GREAT
ST. NEOT OF CORNWALL
THE WANDERINGS OF ST. CUTHBERT
ST. EDWOLD OF CERNE
ST. GRIMBALD
THREE ROYAL WOMEN SAINTS
   St. Edburga
   St. Edith
   St. Elgiva
THREE HOLY BISHOPS OF WINCHESTER
   St. Frithestan
   St. Birstan
   St. Alphege
THE DELIVERANCE OF KING ATHELSTAN
NOTES
INDEX
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