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Augustine and His Companions. Four Lectures Delivered at St. Paul's in January, 1895
George Forrest Browne [1833-1930]


Book Description

Title:
Augustine and His Companions. Four Lectures Delivered at St. Paul's in January, 1895
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
SPCK
Pages:
201
Subjects:
St. Augstuine of Canterbury, Medieval Church History, United Kingdom
Copyright Holder:
Public Domain
George Forrest Browne [1833-1930], Augustine and His Companions. Four Lectures Delivered at St. Paul's in January, 1895

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  1. Preludes of the English Church. — Modern Roman controversy. — Gregory and the Yorkshire boys. — An earlier suggestion of missionary work in England. — English slaves in Reme. — Patrimony of St. Peter. — Purchase of English boys. — Mission of Augustine. — The missionaries wish to turn back. — Gregory sends them on. — They sail for England. — Richborough. — Their landing-place. — Gregory's object. — King Ethelbert. — Lord Granville's cross. — The Conference. — They enter Canterbury
  2. Their manner of life. — St. Martin's, Canterbury. — Baptism of Ethelbert. — Miracles. — Consecration of Augustine. — Arles and Vienne. — Foreign consecrations of English bishops and archbishops. — Profession of obedience by English bishops. — State of the see of Rome. — Augustine's questions to Gregory; liturgies, marriage, consecration of bishops, the bishops of Britain. — Success in Kent. — Arrival of more missionaries; books and vestments. — The Charter of the English Church. — Succession of bishops. — Metropolitans and the pallium. — National customs. —Gregory's letter to Ethelbert
  3. A cathedral church built. — First conference with the Britons. - Welsh monasteries and bishoprics. - Second conference; failure. — Bishoprics of London and Rochester. — Endowments. — Death of Augustine. — Dedications of. Churches; St, Martin, Christ Church, St. John Baptist, St. Peter and St. Paul (St. Pancras), St. Mary, St. Andrew, St. Paul
  4. The Canterbury succession. — Laurentius and the Scots. — Mellitus sent by Laurentius to Rome. — Death of Ethelbert. — Paganism of Eadbald and of Sabert's sons. — Flight of· Italian bishops to Gaul. — Their return. — Death of Laurentius. — Succession and death of Mellitus. — Succession of Justus. — The pallium again sent. — The conversion of Northumbria. — Consecration of Honorius by Paulinus. — Conversion of the East Angles. — Death of Edwin and flight of Paulinus. — Net result of the Italian Mission. — Act for restraining Appeals to Rome

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