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Feast day: September 11

 

Saint DeiniolAbbot of Bangor (c. 584).


In Welsh-Deiniol, in Latin-Dainiolus and in English-Daniel.

 

Deiniol, born in the early 6th century, was an important figure in the development of Christianity in North Wales. The son of a Celtic chieftain, he founded two monasteries, both named Bangor, one of which was close to the modern town of that name...


Feastday: September 16

 

She was the daughter of King Edgar of England and Wulfrida. She was born at Kensing, England, in 961, and was brought as a very young child to Wilton Abbey by her mother, who later became a nun there and Abbess...

 

Feast day: September 25

 

First Bishop of Cork, and Confessor, c. 633. Also known as Barr, Barrus, Bairre, Barry, Barrocus, Lochann.
 

He was the son of an artisan and a lady of the Irish royal court. Born in Connaught, Ireland, and baptized Lochan, he was educated at Kilmacahil, Kilkenny, where the monks named him Fionnbharr (white head) because of his light hair...


Feast day: September 16

 

Bishop and confessor; date of birth unknown; died about 432. The first Apostle of Christianity in Scotland. Also known as Ninias, Ninus, Dinan, Ringan, Ringen...


Feast day: September 19

 

Saint TheodoreArchbishop of Canterbury. AD 602-690.


A native of Tarsus in Cilicia, Theodore was born about AD 602. Having studied in Athens, he visited Rome and, whilst there, was appointed by Pope Vitalian to the See of Canterbury, which had been vacant for four years. Theodore arrived in England in AD 669 and was well received everywhere. He was the first Archbishop whose authority the whole English Church was willing to acknowledge...


  

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