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The Church in the Early Middle Ages - Part 8 of 11 - Irish, Benedictine and Visigothic Influences in Britain and Gaul
Dr. John Rao
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  Irish and Benedictine monks both worked to convert Anglo-Saxon Britain. There, Dr. Rao explains, they influenced one another and finally built the vision of a monastic life combining work, study, and prayer. Irish like St. Columbanus, and Anglo-Saxons like St. Boniface, then reformed the weak Merovingian Church and converted German tribes outside the borders of the old Empire. Taken from: The Church in the Early Middle Ages - 1994 VonHildebrand Institute



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