Celtic Christianity
Celtic Christianity or Insular Christianity refers broadly to certain features of Christianity that were common, or held to be common, across the Celtic-speaking world during the Early Middle Ages. "C...
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Culdees
The Culdees (Irish: Céli Dé,  "Companions of God") were members of ascetic Christian monastic and eremitical communities of Ireland, Scotland, and England in the Middle Ages. The etymology of...
Iona
Iona (Scottish Gaelic: Ì Chaluim Chille) is a small island in the Inner Hebrides off the Ross of Mull on the western coast of Scotland. It was a centre of Gaelic monasticism for four centuries and...
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Abbot of Melrose
The Abbot and then Commendator of Melrose was the head of the monastic community of Melrose Abbey, in Melrose in the Borders region of Scotland. The abbots of the earlier Northumbrian foundation from ...
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Caomhán of Inisheer
Caomhán of Inisheer is a 6th-century Irish saint whose feast day is 14 June. Caomhan is the patron saint of Inisheer (Irish: Inis Oírr), the smallest of the Aran Islands. Even though he is "by far...
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Adam of Melrose
Adam of Melrose (died 1222) was Abbot of Melrose and Bishop of Caithness, famously burned to death by the husbandmen of Caithness.He rose to the position of Abbot in 1207, and on 5 August 1213, was el...
Saint Teilo
Saint Teilo (Latin: Teliarus or Teliavus; Breton: Teliau or Telo; French: Télo or Théleau; c. 500 – 9 February c. 560), also known by his Cornish name Eliud, was a B...
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Deiniol
Saint Deiniol (died 584) was traditionally the first Bishop of Bangor in the Kingdom of Gwynedd, Wales. The present Bangor Cathedral, dedicated to Deiniol, is said to be on the site where his monaster...
Tydfil
Saint Tydfil (standard Welsh Tudful; martyred ca. 480) is the legendary dedicatee of Merthyr Tydfil (Welsh: Merthyr Tudful, "church of Tudful"), a town in Glamorgan, south Wales.Tydfil gave her na...
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Twelve Apostles of Ireland
The Twelve Apostles of Ireland (also known as Twelve Apostles of Erin, Irish: Dhá Aspal Déag na hÉireann) were twelve early Irish monastic saints of the sixth century who studied under St Finian at hi...
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Paterius
Paterius (died 606) was a bishop of Brescia. He is known as a compiler, in particular of works of Pope Gregory I, for whom he worked as a notary.His sole surviving work is the Liber testimoniorum vete...
Schottenstift, Vienna
The Schottenstift (English: Scottish Abbey), formally called Benediktinerabtei unserer Lieben Frau zu den Schotten (English: Benedictine Abbey of Our Dear Lady of the Scots), is a Roman Catho...
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Teulyddog
Saint Teulyddog (Old Welsh: Teulydawc; Medieval Latin: Toulidauc and Thelaucus) was a medieval Welsh saint.Accounted a disciple of Saint Dubricius, Teulyddog is said to have fled with many oth...
Julius and Aaron
Saints Aaron and Julius (or Julian) are two British saints who are traditionally held to have been martyred at Caerleon, Wales, during the Diocletianic Persecution of Christians in AD 304. Along with ...
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Muthill
3°50′02″W / 56.32998°N 3.83395°W / 56.32998; -3.83395Muthill, pronounced [ˈmjuːθɪl], is a village in Perth and Kinross, Perthshire, Scotland. It lies just west of the former ...
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Weltenburg Abbey
Weltenburg Abbey (Kloster Weltenburg) is a Benedictine monastery in Weltenburg near Kelheim on the Danube in Bavaria, Germany.
The abbey is situated on a peninsula in the Danube, on the so-called ...
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