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Seven Lectures on Medieval Missions by Thomas Smith D.D.

These seven lectures on medieval missions include within their scope material on Clovis and Clotilda, Paternus, Columba, Augustine of Canterbury, Aidan, Columbanus, Brunehilde, Boniface, Willebrord, Anskar and Ramon Llull. They appear on-line thanks to Redcliffe College, who recently asked me to digitise 1,000 mission books from their library. This book is in the Public Domain….

Augustine of Canterbury | Celtic Church | Medieval Missions | St Boniface | St Columba | St Patrick

History of Medieval Missions by George Maclear

George Maclear’s History of the Christian Mission in the Middle Ages records the spread of Christianity in Europe and beyond from 340 to 1520 AD. Along the way he discussed the contributions to mission made by St. Columba, St. Patrick, Augustine of Canterbury and St. Boniface. Works on this period are fairly rare, so it…

St. Bonaventure | Thomas Aquinas

Call for Applications: The Scholasticum Institute

Guest Post by the Faculty of The Scholasticum Institute We, the associated faculty of The Scholasticum Institute, in the birthplace of St. Bonaventure (Bagnoregio, Italy), hereby announce the establishment of a new institute of medieval studies dedicated to reviving the study of Scholastic Theology and Philosophy. The institute will have as its goal the formation…

People | Thomas Aquinas

New Book: Early Christianity In Its Song And Verse

Press Release OLD STORIES AND THE HEART BEAT WITHIN Early Christianity In Its Song And Verse   Like so many periods of human history, the period examined and illustrated in author Robert J. Glendinning’s new book Early Christianity In Its Song and Verse is rife with conflict: marching Roman legions, the fall of empires, invasions, religious conversions, persecutions,…

People | St Francis | St Patrick

Conference on Modern Religious History

Conference on Modern Religious History Division of History and Politics University of Stirling Tuesday 14 June  – Wednesday 15 June 2016 Programme Tuesday 14 June  1.00     Lunch 2.00     Session I Stewart J. Brown, Professor of Ecclesiastical History, University of Edinburgh: ‘British Imperial Christianity in the Nineteenth Century: The Anglican Established Church in India’ 3.15     Refreshment…