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Beuno

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  • Beuno — Infobox Saint name=Saint Beuno birth date=late 6th century death date=death date|640|4|21|df=y feast day=21 April venerated in=Roman Catholic Church; Anglican Communion imagesize=206 x 400 caption=Beuno s half of a stained glass window with St.… …   Wikipedia

  • Beuno — (d. c. 640)    Saint and Missionary.    Little certain is known of the life of Beuno although he is the subject of a variety of legends. In particular he is said to have been the uncle of St winifred and on one occasion to have brought her back… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Beuno, Saint — • Welsh, said to have been educated at Bangor and, after ordination, to have become a missionary. Abbot of Clynnog, and uncle of St. Winifred. Died perhaps in 660 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • St Beuno's — College is a grade II* listed building and Jesuit college in Wales. It was the home of the Victorian poet, Gerard Manley Hopkins. Origins St Beuno s College in Tremeirchion, near St Asaph in North Wales, UK, was built in 1848 as a place of study… …   Wikipedia

  • St. Beuno —     St. Beuno     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Beuno     Abbot of Clynnog, d. 660(?), was, according to the Bucced Beuno , born in Powis land and, after education and ordination in the monastery of Bangor, in North Wales, became an active… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • St. Winefride —     St. Winefride     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Winefride     Born at Holywell, Wales, about 600; died at Gwytherin, Wales, 3 Nov., 660. Her father was Thevit, a Cambrian magnate, the possessor of three manors in what is now Flintshire; her… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Clynnog Fawr — Clynnog Fawr, often simply called Clynnog , is a village on the north coast of the Llŷn peninsula in Gwynedd, north west Wales. St Beuno s Church, Clynnog Fawr. Clynnog Fawr lies on the A499 road between Caernarfon and Pwllheli, at grid reference …   Wikipedia

  • Gerard Manley Hopkins — Born 28 July 1844(1844 07 28) Died 8 June 1889(1889 06 08) (aged 44) Dublin …   Wikipedia

  • Culbone — Coordinates: 51°13′16″N 3°39′32″W / 51.221°N 3.659°W / 51.221; 3.659 …   Wikipedia

  • Culbone Church — Culbone (St Beuno s) Church located in the village of Culbone in Somerset, England is said to be the smallest church in England.[1] The church seats about 30 people, and the chancel is 13.5 feet (4.1 m) x 10 feet (3.0 m), the nave 21.5… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Morton Harper — (26 September 1821 29 August 1893) was an English Jesuit priest, philosopher, theologian and preacher. Born in London of Anglican parents, his father being a merchant of good means in the City, he was educated first at St Paul s School (London);… …   Wikipedia

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