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Augustine to Early Middle Ages - Part 15 of 19: The Irish Monks, the Merovingians and Carolingians
Dr. John Rao
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  Irish monasticism emphasized the need of going into exile for Christ's sake. They became great evangelists. One of these, St. Columbanus, was instrumental in stirring up tepid Christian belief in a Merovingian Gaul disturbed by civil wars. Much of the Frankish nobility, the Carolingian Family prominent among it, took Irish Monasticism to heart. Taken from the series: "From Augustine and Chrysostom to the Papal-Frankish Alliance Christianity in the Early Middle Ages (395-752) - 2006 VonHildebrand Institute"



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