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A vintage background of the church from the accession of Gregory the good to the Reformation.

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Here his success was small: but he was allowed to take back thirty Danish boys with him, to baptize and train up as missionaries. On his journey back he was shipwrecked on the “holy island,” Heligo-land, and had the temerity to baptize two persons in the holy springs. For this sacrilege the Frisians attacked and all but slew him: one of his companions was slain, but Willibrord himself escaped to the Franks. He continued his work in Frankish Friesland, and was helped by Pepin to found the cloister of Efternach in 706, and Sustern, shortly before Pepin’s death, in 714.

Both finally came to England, and proved themselves statesmen and men of affairs, as well as scholars and good monks. Augustine’s, and Theodore travelled round England, to visit the petty kings, and obtain from each bishop an acknowledgement of his authority. Wilfrid he established at York, and Chad as bishop of Lichfield, for the kingdom of Mercia. ” Theodore’s great work was the increase of episcopal “parochiae”: he began with six bishops under him, and ended with fourteen. He divided the see of east Anglia, cut off three new bishoprics from Wilfrid’s see at York at the cost of a protracted struggle, and three from Chad’s see of Lichfield.

He also allowed Augustine, in his necessity, to consecrate bishops alone, committed the British bishops to his authority for teaching and guidance, and solved certain minor queries. With these answers he gave Augustine certain other directions. In his seven years’ work in England, Augustine made one attempt to establish relations with the British bishops. These held the same faith, but had been out of touch with continental Christianity for 150 years while a wedge of heathen Saxons had isolated them.

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