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Life and miracles of St Modwenna

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Modwenna, Saint, d. 517? -- Early works to 1800., Christian women saints -- Ireland -- Biography -- Early works to 1800., Miracles., Ireland -- Church history -- To 1172., Great Britain -- History -- Angevin period, 1154-1216., Great Britain -- Church history -- 1066-

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StatementGeoffrey of Burton ; edited and translated by Robert Bartlett.
GenreEarly works to 1800., Biography
SeriesOxford medieval texts
ContributionsBartlett, Robert, 1950-
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LC ClassificationsBX4700.M62 G4613 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationlxxi, 230 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3585230M
ISBN 100198206062
LC Control Number2002283603
OCLC/WorldCa48572167

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Modwenna, or Modwen, was a nun and saint in England, who founded Burton Abbey in Staffordshire in the 7th century. According to the medieval Life of St Modwenna she was an Irish noblewoman by birth and founded the abbey on an island in the River Trent.

Modwenna spent seven years at the abbey with two other Irish nuns called Lazar and Althea. My takeaways from this book (Great revelation!!): 1) The super powerful prayer of ' Veni, Creator Spiritus' (Come, Creator Spirit), which is said to have bought ecstasies and great miracles in the lives of the saints.

2) St Francis of Paola's order of the Minims - When I read about this Saint's life and his miracles, especially his Order of the Minims, I felt there was a certain call for me /5(3). THE DIALOGUES of Saint Gregory.

PROLOGUE (spoken by Gregory). CHAPTER ONE: How he made a broken sieve whole and sound. CHAPTER TWO: How he overcame a great temptation of the flesh.

CHAPTER THREE: How Benedict, by the sign of the Holy Cross, broke a drinking-glass in pieces. CHAPTER FOUR: How Benedict reformed a monk that would not stay at his prayers. John Blair, professor of medieval history at Oxford University, was studying a 12th-century text known as The Life and Miracles of Saint Modwenna.

Geoffrey of Burton's Life and Miracles of St Modwenna (BHL ) is among the most substantial pieces of twelfth-century English hagiographic writing not previously to have appeared in print. It was produced by the abbot of Burton, where Modwenna's bones supposedly lay, in the periodand consists of two parts of unequal length: the vita or Life proper, and the collection of miracle stories.

Geoffrey of Burton's Life and Miracles of St Modwenna (BHL ) is among the most substantial pieces of twelfth-century English hagiographic writing not previously to have appeared in print.

It was produced by the abbot of Burton, where Modwenna's bones supposedly lay, in the period ,and consists of two parts of unequal length: the vita or Life proper, and the collection of miracle stories.

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The entire Life and miracles of Modwenna is translated and edited by Robert Bartlett, Geoffrey of Burton: Life and Miracles of St Modwenna (Oxford, ). You can see a. This book presents the life, miracles, counsels and prophecies of the newly canonized Saint of the Russian Orthodox Church - Saint Seraphim of Viritsa ().

Seraphim carried the heavy cross of eldership during the communist persecution of the Russian Church and World War II. The Virgin Mary is known by many names, such as the Blessed Virgin, Mother Mary, Our Lady, Mother of God, Queen of Angels, Mary of Sorrows, and Queen of the serves as the patron saint of all human beings, watching over them with motherly care due to her role as the mother of Jesus Christ, whom Christians believe is the world's savior.

An interesting and outstanding writing by ST Gregory the Great about the life and miracles of St Benedict. Describing the many miracles he performed, St Gregory's fondness for this man is evident in this writing. Also described is the power of the medal of St Benedict and his prayers/5(19).Notes This flowchart is entirely based on a story reported by a twelfth-century chronicler, Geoffrey of Burton, in his Life and Miracles of St Modwenna (ed.

and tr. Rob Bartlett, Oxford, ).Geoffrey wrote in the s, but places the story c. Many Christians have given up believing in miracles. For them, the age of miracles belongs to the early church, when awe-inspiring events—like Moses parting the red sea, the virgin birth, and.