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life of Bishop Wilfrid

Eddius Stephanus.

life of Bishop Wilfrid

by Eddius Stephanus.

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Published by The University press in Cambridge [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Wilfrid, Saint, Archbishop of York, 634-709.,
    • Great Britain -- Church history -- 449-1066.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Eddius Stephanus; text, translation, & notes by Bertram Colgrave.
      ContributionsColgrave, Bertram, ed. and tr.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX4700.W5 E4
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii p., 1 l., 192 p.
      Number of Pages192
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6721807M
      LC Control Number28028086
      OCLC/WorldCa7160275

      The Life of Bishop Wilfrid Full Product Description The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, . St Cuthbert, like Wilfrid, started his religious life associated with Holy Island, in fact at Melrose Abbey. He was taken as a young monk to Ripon when it was to be established as a new monastery. Here our story is touched upon because the monks, of whom Cuthbert was one, were turned out of Ripon because the king wanted to give the Abbey to.

      The same year that they departed from Britain, the great bishop, Wilfrid, ended his days in the province called Inundalum, after he had been bishop forty-five years. His body, being laid in a coffin, was carried to his monastery, which is called Inhrypum, and buried in the church of the blessed Apostle Peter, with the honour due to so great a. The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent : Eddius Stephanus.

      The Life of Cuthbert describes the life of Bishop Cuthbert, a Northumbrian born in who was trained as an Irish monk and preferred a life of solitude to running a monastery. In fact he lived as a hermit until and was a bishop for only two years until his death. Wilfrid (originalno Wilfrith) (cca. – cca. ) je bio engleski biskup i se u porodici nortumbrijskih plemića a kao adolescent se zaredio i studirao u Lindisfarneu, Canterburyju, Galiji, i, na kraju, u Rimu; u Nortumbriju se vratio oko godine i postao opat novoosnovanog samostana u je Wilfrid bio predvodnik tzv. "rimske stranke" na Saboru u Whitbyju Dijeceza/eparhija: York.


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Of noble birth, Wilfrid (c) gained his first experience of monastic life as a boy at Lindisfarne. The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent quarrels.

Of noble birth, Wilfrid (c) gained his first Cited by: The Life of Wilfrid offers us a graphic portrait of one of the most forceful characters in the history of the English Church: a man courageous and energetic yet at the same time litigious, ostentatious and overbearing, his life punctuated by restless travels and the most violent by: Saint Wilfrid, also called Wilfrid of York, (bornNorthumbria, Eng.—died Ap /, monastery of Oundle, Mercia, Eng.; feast day October 12), one of the greatest English saints, a monk and bishop who was outstanding in bringing about close relations between the Anglo-Saxon Church and the papacy.

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ante Eddius Stephanus and the Life of Wilfrid’, ante, xcviii [], –14) that it is, in the form in which we. Wilfrid, also called Wilfrith and Wilfred, was a Saxon bishop who lived in England during the seventh century.

He was a strong supporter of Roman rules and practices over those of the Celts and Saxons. In the dispute over the method for calculating the date of Easter, Bishop Wilfrid supported the Roman method at the Council of Whitby in The Life promised that any who might intend ‘to snatch off another bishop’s see like a thief’, like those who briefly tried to replace Wilfrid with Chad in the s, would ultimately find that their efforts were in vain.

62 Although Stephen attributed little personal blame to Chad himself in his account of these events, exonerating him Author: Richard Sowerby. Read this book on Questia.

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