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St. Columba (Colmcille)

Saint Columba is known as the Apostle to the Picts, because he was the first major and successful missionary who brought the Gospel to those people.  The Picts were a celtic people-group who lived in modern-day Scotland.  They were known … Continue reading

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Justin Martyr

Saint Justin Martyr lived in the 100’s, in a generation of Christians remembered as the Apologists. Apologetics is the discipline of defending and arguing for something.  Christian apologetics deals with explaining the faith to non-believers, defending its historical and intellectual … Continue reading

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Augustine of Canterbury

Saint Augustine of Canterbury was a missionary sent from Rome to England in the year 595.  Great Britain and Ireland had heard the Gospel in the first century, and even had representatives at some of the Ecumenical Councils from the … Continue reading

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Saint Brendan the Navigator

Saint Brendan the Navigator, commemorated on the 16th of May, was an Irish priest and monk who lived in the late 400’s and early 500’s.  He was well educated by the early monastic missionaries on the island, and traveled across … Continue reading

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The Bible is a book of Fulfillment

This is part six of sixteen in a series, “The Bible Is…“ Despite having been written by many different authors who lived in a range of time up to 1,400 years long, there is a remarkable unity and coherence to … Continue reading

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Archbishop Michael Ramsey

Arthur Michael Ramsey was born in Cambridge in 1904, entered ministry in the Church of England in the 1920’s, and went on to be the 100th Archbishop of Canterbury, from 1961-1974. His memory is perhaps emphasized rather differently by different … Continue reading

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St. Anselm of Canterbury

Saint Anselm was born in northern Italy (then part of the Holy Roman Empire) in 1033, and eventually moved to England, becoming the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1093 at the age of 60.  He is remembered by various people for … Continue reading

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