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SEVENTH AGE OF THE CHURCH

A. D.

590–604 St. Gregory the Great, March 12.

604–605 Sabinian, Nov. 21.

606–606 Boniface III., Nov. 21.

607–614 Boniface IV, Nov. 21.

614–617 Deusdedit.

617–625 Boniface V.

626–638 Honorius I., March 11, June 28.

640–640 Severinus.

640–642 John IV., March 11.

642–649 Theodorus, Nov. 12.

649–655 St. Martin I, March 11, Nov. 12.

655–658 Eugenius I.

658–672 Vitalian.

672–676 Adeodatus.

676–679 Domnus, Jan. 10.

679–682 St. Agatho, Jan. 10.

682–683 St. Leo II., May 7, June 28.

684–685 Benedict II., May 7.

685–686 John V.

686–687 Conon, July 8.

687 Sergius, Nov. 7, Feb. 13.

687 Pachal

602 Mauritius

610 Phocas.

641 Heraclius.

641 Constantin.

641 Heracleonas.

668 Constans.

685 Constantine Pogonatus.

Justinian II.

628 Clotaire II.

638 Dagobert I.

654 Sigebert II.

660 Clovis II.

668 Clotaire III.

673 Childeric II.

679 Dagobert II., Nov. 7.

690 Thierri III.

695 Clovis III.

Chlidebert III.

610 At Rome.

619 Of Seville. April 4.

633 Fourth of Toledo, April 4.

649 At Rome, against the Monothelites, in which were censured the Ecthesis of Heraclius, and the Typus of Constans, Nov. 12.

650 Chalons sur Saône.

670 At Heoultford, or at Thetford, Nov. 19.

680 At Hatfield, in Hertfordshire, Sept. 19.

Third of Constantinople, 6th gen., Jan. 10, May 7, Feb. 13.

692 Conc. of Trullo, Quini, or Sext. Oct. 23, Feb. 13.

606 St. John Climachus, March 30.

609 Venantius Fortunatus, Nov. 1, Aug. 13.

615 St. Columban, Nov. 21.

616 Antiochus.

619 John Moscus, March 11.

630 George, Patriarch of Alexandria

636 St. Isidore of Seville, April 4.

639 St. Sophronius, March 11.

646 Braulio. Bishop of Saragossa, March 27.

657 St. Eugenius of Toledo, Nov. 15.

659 St. Eligius, Dec. 1.

660 Maculphus.

662 St. Maximus, Dec. 30.

667 St. Ildefonsus, Bishop of Toledo, Jan. 23.

670 St. Fructuosus of Brasua, April 16.

690 St. Julian of Toledo, March 8.

St. Theodorus, Archbishop of Canterbury, Sept. 19.

695 Cresconius.

Among the great numbers of British saints are distinguished the following Holy Princes and Princesses:

St. Wereburge, Feb. 3.

St. Ethelbert, Feb. 24.

St. Etheldreda, June 23.

St. Sexburg, July 6.

St. Oswald, Aug. 5.

St. Oswin, Aug. 20.

St. Ebba, Aug. 25.

St. Sebbi, Aug. 29.

St. Eanswide, Sept. 12.

St. Edwin, Oct. 4.

St. Ethelburge, Oct. 11.

St. Hilda, Nov. 18.

The following were likwise eminent for their sanctity:

St.Cedd, Bishop of London, Jan. 7.

St. Bennet Biscop. Jan. 12.

St. Lawrence, Archbishop of Canterbury, Feb. 2.

St. Mildred, Feb. 20.

St. Chad, March 2.

St. Erconwald, April 30.

St. Eadbert, May 6.

St. Botolph, June 17.

St. Aidan, Aug. 31.

SS. Ewalds, Oct. 3.

St. Vulgan, Nov. 2.

SAINTS OF SCOTLAND AND IRELAND

St. Kentigern, Bishop of Glasgow, Jan. 13.

St. Fursey, Abbot, Ireland, Jan. 16.

St. Deicolus, Abbot, Ireland, Jan. 18.

St. Laserion, Bishop, Ireland, April 18.

St. Beuno, Abbot, Ireland, April 21.

St. Cronan, Abbot, Ireland, April 28.

St. Fiachna, Ireland, April 29.

St. Comgall, Ireland, May 10.

St. Carthagh, Bishop, Ireland, May 14.

St. Dympna, V., Ireland, May 15.

St. Genebrard, Ireland, May 15.

St. Oduvald, Abbot, Scotland, May 26.

St. Maguil, Recluse, Ireland, May 30.

St. Kewin, Bishop, Ireland, June 3.

St. Colman, Bishop of Dromore, June 7.

St. Syra, Virgin, Ireland, June 8.

St. Psalmodius, Hermit, Ireland, June 14.

St. Molingus, Ireland, June 17.

St. Moloc, Scotland, June 25.

St. Peregrinus, Herm t. Ireland, Aug. 1.

St. Luanus, Abbot, Ireland, Aug. 4.

St. Cumin, Bishop, Ireland, Aug. 19.

St. Eugenius, Bishop, Ireland, Aug. 23.

St. Fiaker, Anchoret, Ireland, Aug. 30.

St. Ullan, Bishop, Ireland, Sept. 3.

St. Bees, Virgin, Ireland, Sept. 6.

St. Rouin, Abbot, Ireland, Sept. 17.

St. Colman, Abbot, Ireland, Sept. 26.

St. Gall, Abbot Ireland, Oct. 16.

St. Monon, M., Scotland, Oct. 18.

St. Fintan, Abbot. Ireland, Oct. 21.

St. Foillan, M. Ireland, Oct. 31.

St. Killain, Priest, Ireland, Nov. 13.

St. Columban, Abbot, Ireland, Nov. 21.

St. Colman, Abbot, Ireland, Dec. 12.

SAINTS OF OTHER COUNTRIES

St. Sulpitius, Archbishop of Bourges, Jan. 17.

St. Ildefonsus, Archbishop of Toledo, Jan. 23.

St. Prix, Bishop of Clerment, Jan. 25.

St. Bathildes, Queen of France, Jan. 26.

St. John the Almoner, Jan. 30.

St. Aldegondes, V., Abbot, Jan. 30.

St. Amandus, Bishop, Feb. 6.

St. Paul, Bishop of Verdum, Feb. 8.

St. Barbatus, Bishop of Beneventum, Feb. 19.

St. Gombert. Archbishop of Sens, Feb. 21.

St. Pepin of Landen, Feb. 21.

St. Galmier, Feb. 27.

St. Felix, Bishop, March. 8.

St. Julian, Archbishop of Toledo, March 8.

St. Gertrude, Virgin. Abbess, March 17.

St. Cuthbert, Bishop of Lindisfarne, March 23.

St. Braulio, Bishop of Saragossa, March 26.

St. Rupert, Bishop of Saltzbourg, March 27.

St. Eustasius, Abbot of Luxeu, March 29.

St. John Climachus, Abbot, March 30.

St. Isidore, Bishop of Seville, April 4.

St. Waltrude, Widow, April 9.

St. Fructuosus, Archbishop of Braga, April 16.

St. Anastasius, Anchoret, April 21.

St. Theodorus, Bishop, April 22.

St. Mellitus, April 24.

St. Bona, V., April 24.

St. Richarius, Abbot, April 24.

St. Mauront, Abbot, May 5.

St. Rictrudes, Abbot, May 12.

St. Honoratus, Bishop of Amiens, May 16.

St. Sospis, Recluse, May 21.

St. Desiderius, Bishop of Vienne, May 23.

St. Genesius, Bishop, June 3.

St. Clodulphus, Bishop of Metz, June 8.

St. Landry Bishop of Paris, June 10.

St. Nennus, Abbot, June 14.

St. Landelin, Abbot, June 15.

St. Deodatus, Bishop of Nevers, June 19.

St. Meen, Abbot, June 21.

St. Babolen, June 26.

St. Gal, Bishop of Clermont, July 1.

St. Bertran, July 3.

St. Arbogastus, Bishop of Strasbourg, July 21.

St. Vandrille, Abbot, July 22.

St. Gery, Bishop of Cambray, Aug. 11.

St. Philibert, Abbot, Aug. 22.

St. Owen, Archbishop of Rouen, Aug. 24.

St. Syagrius, Bishop of Autun, Aug. 27.

St. Agilus, Abbot, Aug. 30.

St. Giles, Abbot, Sept. 1.

St. Lupus, Archbishop of Sens, Sept. 1.

St. Remaclus, Bishop of Maestricht, Sept. 3.

St. Omer, Bishop, Sept. 9.

St. Amatus, Bishop, Sept. 13.

St. Amatus, Abbot, Sept. 13.

St. Aicard, Abbot, Sept. 15.

St. Theodore, Archbishop of Canterbury, Sept. 19.

St. Emmeran, Bishop of Poitiers, Sept. 22.

St. Germet, Abbot, Sept. 24.

St. Aunaire, Bishop of Auxerre, Sept. 25.

St. Theodota, M., Sept. 29.

St. Honorius, Archbishop of Canterbury, Sept. 30.

St. Bavo, Archbishop of Ghent, Oct. 1.

St. Wasnulf, Patron of Condé, Oct. 1.

St. Leodegarius, Bishop, M., Oct. 2.

St. Aurea, V., Abbot, Oct. 4.

St. Guislain, Abbot, Oct. 9.

St. Paulinus, Archbishop of York, Oct. 10.

St. Mummolin, Bishop of Noyon, Oct. 16.

St. Anstrudis, V., Abbot, Oct. 17.

St. Romanus, Archbishop of Rouen, Oct. 23.

St. Faro, Bishop of Meaux, Oct. 28.

St. Bertille, Abbot, Nov. 5.

St. Justus, Archbishop of Canterbury, Nov. 10.

St. Lewin, Nov. 12.

St. Elay, Bishop of Noyon, Dec. 1.

St. Birinus, first Bishop of Dorchester, Dec. 3.

St. Siran, Abbot, Dec. 4.

St. Fara, Virgin, Abbess, Dec. 7.

St. Romaric, Abbot, Dec. 8.

St. Valery, Abbot, Dec. 12.

St. Jodoc, Dec. 13.

St. Aubert, Bishop of Cambray, &c., Dec. 13.

St. Begga, Widow, Dec. 17.

St. Maximus, Dec. 30.

A. D.

609 Mahomet, March 11, May 6, Dec. 30.

610 Philoponus, mov. feasts.

630 Monothelites, Jan. 10, March 11, Feb. 13, Dec. 30.

Persecution under Cosroes, Jan. 22, Sept. 14.

St. Wilfrid converts the South Saxons, Oct. 12.

The West Saxons, converted by St. Birinus, Dec. 3.

The East Angles converted by St. Felix, March 8.

Great numbers in the Island converted by St. Paulinus Sept. 10.

St. Ceadda preaches among the Mercians, March 2.

Edward, king of Northumberland, baptized by Saint Paulinus, Oct. 4.

Conversion of Ethelbert, Feb. 21.

St. Swibert preaches in Germany, Nov. 7, Mar. 1.

St. Willibrord authorized by Pope Sergius to preach in Friesland, Nov. 7.

St. Kilian is commissioned by Pope Conon to preach in Franconia, July 8.

St. Columba preaches among the Swedes.

St. Eligius preaches among the Flemish, Nov. 7, Dec. 1.

Eucharist, April 21.

Viaticum, March 20.

Mass, May 26.

Masses for the dead, April 4, March 12, Aug. 5.

Sacramentaries, March 12.

Mosarabic Missal, April 4.

Sacred Vessels, Altar-cloths, Vestments, May 26.

Confession, Oct. 1, Dec. 1.

Blessing of Holy Oils, March 12.

The religion which was preached and established in England at the time of its conversion to Christianity, was the same as the Catholic religion of the present time, and of all ages, May 26.

The ancient British bishops did not deny the pope’s authority: they agreed in faith with the Universal Church, May 26.

Authority of the See of Rome, Jan. 10, March 12.

St. Augustin ordained Bishop with license of Pope Gregory, May 26.

St. Augustin is authorized by Pope Gregory to ordain Archbishops and Bishops in England, May 26, viz.: The Archiepiscopal pall is sent to him, with authority to ordain twelve Bishops, to be subject to his Metropolitan See, and afterwards twelve Bishops suffragans to the Archbishop of York.

On the authority of the archbishops of Canterbury. Sept. 30.

Veneration of the Cross, March 12.

Processions, March 12.

Invocation of Saints, March 12.

Relics, Jan. 12. March 12, May 26.

Festivals of Martyrs and Fasting-days, April 4.

Holy Water, March 12.

Pictures, Jan. 12, 22, March 13.

Images, March 13.

Miracles, May 26. Dec. 7.

Celibacy of the clergy extended to subdeacons, Mar. 12.

A. D.

St. Theodore’s Penitential, Sept. 19.

Cathedral of Canterbury founded, May 26.

St. Mellitus, first bishop in London.

The foundations of St. Paul’s in London laid April 24, 30.

The foundation of Westminster, April 24.

Rich presents made to churches by English kings, several of whom embraced the monastic state, May 26.

School at Canterbury, Sept. 9.

Bede’s portrait of the clergy and people of England after their conversion, May 26, Aug. 31.

613 Jerusalem taken by the Persians. Sept. 14. On the Exaltation of the Cross, Sept. 14.

622 The Egeira of the Mahometans, Dec. 30.

629 The Holy Cross brought to Jerusalem, Sept. 14.

636 Damascus taken by the Mahometans.

638 Jerusalem taken by the Mahometans.

639 Heraclius publishes his Ecthesis, March 11, Nov. 12.

Constans publishes his Typus, Nov. 12.

The three chapters, Nov. 21.

St. Winefrid’s Well, Nov. 3.

The history of Wales, April 21.

On the British and Irish monks, May 10.

Monks of Bangor massacred by a pagan king, after the death of St. Augustin, not at his instigation, May 26.

Origin of the Saxons, English, and Jutes, May 26.

The foundation of the English Saxon kingdom of the Northumbers, Aug. 5.

Stones in the form of serpents, Nov. 18.

On the origin of the Boguines, Dec. 17.








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