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St. Edmund of Abingdon, Archbishop of Cantebury (1232-1240)

Mary Ottaway

St. Edmund of Abingdon, Archbishop of Cantebury (1232-1240)

by Mary Ottaway

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Published by University of Birmingham] in [Birmingham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Edmund, -- of Abingdon, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, -- ca. 1170-1240.,
  • Clergy -- England -- Biography.,
  • Saints -- England -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (B.A.) - University of Birmingham, School of History, 1948.

    Statementdissertation submitted by Mary Ottaway, Honours School of History, 1948.
    GenreBiography.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination66, 4 p. ;
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20393647M

    Solemnity of St Edmund of Abingdon. Given at St Edmunds College, Ware on 15 November. In his rich work, The History of St Edmund’s College, Fr Nicholas Schofield quotes from the homily preached by Bishop Cahill of Portsmouth on 24 th May , ‘It seems to me that gentleness is distinctly the characteristic quality of St Edmund’s life. Though I know not their reason for choosing him. Developed in association with Lambeth Palace Library archives, this series presents authoritative studies on the Archbishops of Canterbury. Each book combines biographical, historical, theological, social and political analysis within each archiepiscopacy, with original source material drawn from the Archbishop’s correspondence, speeches and published and unpublished writings.

    In time he would be made Archbishop of Canterbury. He died on this day in in France, en route to talks in Rome. Within six years he would be a saint. As archbishop Edmund was known for administrative ability, a recruiter’s eye for picking winners, and a gift for conflict resolution.   Abiding: The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book Paperback – Janu I learned that this book is being used for Lent discussion this year at -in-the-Fields. Learning that made me want to read it for myself. It's proving to be really valuable to me in my own life this s:

    The ancient proper Mass of St. Edmund, taken from the Sarum Missal, is used in the Diocese of Portsmouth, of which St. Edmund is patron. In September, , English pilgrims visited St. Edmund's shrine. ST EDMUND OF ABINGDON, solemnity 16 November Hymns email: [email protected] Thought of the Week Canon David .


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St. Edmund of Abingdon, Archbishop of Cantebury (1232-1240) by Mary Ottaway Download PDF EPUB FB2

EDMUND RICH was the eldest son of Reynold Rich, a tradesman of Abington in Berkshire, and his wife Mabilia. His parents were but slenderly provided with the goods of this world, but possessed abundantly the true riches of virtue and divine grace. Reynold from the sale of his stock, leaving a moderate competence for the education of his children, and for a foundation for their industry to.

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— The Arms of St Edmund G. — Expulsion of the Fathers of St Edmund from Pontigny Notes on the Illustrations Index LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS (For Notes on the Illustrations, see pp.

) St Edmund of Canterbury (from a fresco in the Church at Frindsbury, near Rochester) Frontispiece ABINGDON General View of Abingdon 1 Pages:   The mirror of St Edmund by Edmund, of Abingdon, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, approximately ; Steele, Francesca Maria.

Publication date Topics Perfection, Spiritual life Publisher London: Burns & Oates Collection brigham_young_university; americana. Edmund Rich of Abingdon, Archbishop of Canterbury () Edmund 'Rich' was born in Abingdon on 20th November, the feast of St.

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Born in Abingdon, on Novem he studied at Oxford, England, and in Paris, France. He taught art and mathematics at Oxford and was ordained.

He spent eight years teaching theology and became Canon and treasurer of Salisbury Cathedral. An eloquent speaker, Edmund preached a. In the Christian church, an archbishop is a bishop of superior rank who has authority over other bishops in an ecclesiastic province or area.

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Edmund Rich was born in about the yearthe son of a merchant who himself became a monk later in life. Edmund was educated at Oxford and in Paris. Welcome to St. Edmund’s Catholic Primary School. We, headteacher, staff, governors and pupils, are all proud of our school.

As Ofsted noted in January “pupils are thriving” at our school. We hope that you and your child will find this web site interesting and informative and that you will enjoy learning about our school and our aims. Edmund of Abingdon also known as Edmund Rich or St Edmund of Canterbury was the 13th century Archbishop of Canterbury in England.

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