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

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by Vladimir Moss
Publication Data: Seattle, WA: St. Nectarios Press, 1993
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: viii + 113
Dimensions (l × w × h): 20.9 cm × 14.0 cm × 0.9 cm
Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations
ISBN: 0‒913026‒34‒4

   
by Vladimir Moss

Volume II 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 2
ST. DUNSTAN
   Abbot of Glastonbury
   Archbishop of Canterbury
ST. ODA 'THE GOOD' OF CANTERBURY
THE UNCOVERING OF THE RELICS OF ST. SWITHUN
ST. EDWARD THE MARTYR
ST. ETHELWOLD OF WINCHESTER
ST. EDITH OF WILTON
ST. OSWALD OF YORK
APPENDIX
   Notes on the Monasteries
NOTES
INDEX
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