The Formation of Christendom

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Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green, 1896
 

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Has a vision of his soul encountering the powers of the air
36
The cross of Christ annulling oracles enchantments and magic
43
His effect upon all classes of men
49
Antony died in perfect soundness of body and mind a hundred
52
Bearing of St Antonys life on that of St Athanasius
58
His institution in his own episcopal house
64
And what the demeanour of a monk should be 7072
70
St Chrysostom compares the king with the monk 7783
77
St Ambrose quotes to his sister her reception as a nun in St Peters
83
His house at Marmoutier the nursery of monks who become bishops
87
The seasonableness with which the Fathers advocated monastic life
93
The monastery of Lerins and its great work
99
St Martin founding Marmoutier
106
Death of Valentinian in 375 and of Valens in 378 causes Theodosius
112
In the fifth century the Western Empire became the prey of Northern
113
The Arian schism mastered by Popes nnder hostile domination
119
The abbot as a father holds the place of Christ
125
The promise of stability made after threefold examination 131
131
King Theodebert grandson of Clovis approves the foundation
136
The terrible barbarism of three centuries
142
Perpetual variations of kingdoms sovereigns and frontiers
148
Loss to the empire in the West of the imperial security
154
He is carried away first to Besann and then to Nantes
161
Its six hundred monks found religious colonies in every direction
165
The lives of Christ and of Odin encounter each other before Ethel
170
Who induces him to found the Abbey of Fontenelle or St Vandrille
171
The acceptance of such a life by vast numbers of the Teutonic
177
The great Irish monasteries send forth missionaries to the Continent
183
The number of Irish monks who founded monasteries out of Ireland
189
This is accepted as decisive by Oswy and the congress
237
Pope Vitalians letter to King Oswy
243
The first Council convoked at Hertford in 673 by Archbishop Theo
249
King Oswy and his wife Eanfleda
255
All those who joined them or were educated by them monks
258
Her death after six continuous years of suffering
264
His character and manners attract all to him
270
Wilfrid by the Popes command makes confession of faith for all
276
Is attached by lope Vitalian to the newly appointed primate
282
Testimonies of Burke on this subject
289
Irregularities in the time of St Theodore and their correction
294
And the introduction of married priests into the East
300
Who commissions him to preach to unbelieving nations
306
Everything as to ordinations prescribed according to a set rule
313
The hierarchies of England and of German sprung from the Roman
319
He expires with great joy derived from the presence of those
320
Consecrates Pepin to be king on election by the nobles after Papal
326
His journey down the Rhine and martyrdom
332
The Fathers of the Desert lose their progeny in the East and regain
334
Exarchal viceroyalty imposed for more than two hundred years
338
The ten thousand Christmas converts recorded by St Gregory
343
The union of the two powers running through the Gregorian con
349
And how far it had gone with St Boniface
355
Agilius another great disciple of Columban
361
The Holy See as protecting and presiding over monastic life
367
While the monasteries trained obedient subjects and wise counsellors
368
The three contrasted monarchies which thus came forth
374
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