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St Cuthbert - Wikipedia


Saint Cuthbert (c. 634 – 20 March 687) was a saint of the early Northumbrian church in the Celtic tradition. He was a monk, bishop and hermit, associated with  ...

Bishops of Lindisfarne - List - Angelcynn Re-Enactment Society


Aidan was followed by a series of charismatic bishops who presided over, and contributed to the Golden Age of ... 968 Aelfsige, Bishop of St Cuthbert.

Cuthbert of Lindisfarne - OrthodoxWiki


Mar 18, 2016 ... Cuthbert was a monk at Melrose under St. Eata from 651 to 661 ... While St. Colman, the local bishop, and his monks refused to accept the ...

St Cuthbert, wonderworker of Britain - Orthodox Church in America


Mar 20, 2016 ... Saint Cuthbert, the wonderworker of Britain, was born in ... “O holy bishop and priest Cuthbert, these unseemly stunts in order to show off your ...

St Cuthbert, Confessor, Bishop of Lindisfarne - EWTN.com


When the Northumbrians, under the pious King Oswald, had, with great fervour, embraced the Christian faith, the holy Bishop St. Aidan founded two monasteries  ...

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Letter of Eadwine, monk and choir-master (cilda mæstere) of New Minster, to Ælfsige, Bishop of Winchester, relating his vision of St Cuthbert of Durham, his ...

Saint Cuthbert | bishop of Lindisfarne | Britannica.com


Saint Cuthbert, (born 634/635, probably Northumbria, England—died March 20, 687, islet of Inner Farne, or House, off Northumbria; feast day March 20) bishop ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Cuthbert - New Advent


Bishop of Lindisfarne, patron of Durham, born about 635; died 20 March, 687. His emblem is the head of St. Oswald, king and martyr, which he is represented as ...