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  • ambrois@xtra.co.nz
    Dec 16, 2013
      Celtic and Old English Saints 16 December

      * St. Bean of Leinster
      * St. Bean of Banff

      "To the saints honour must be paid as friends of Christ, as sons and heirs
      of God: in the words of John the theologian and evangelist, 'As many as
      received Him, to them gave He power to become sons of God' (John 1:12). 'So
      that they are no longer servants, but sons: and if sons, also heirs, heirs
      of God and joint heirs with Christ' (Gal 4:7, Rom. 8:17)..." ~ St. John of

      St. Bean (Mo-Bioc) of Leinster, Bishop
      Dates unknown. A bishop of Leinster, Ireland, either of Wexford in Lough
      Derg or Galway. He may have been a lakeside hermit (Attwater2,
      Benedictines, Farmer).

      St. Bean of Banff, Bishop
      10th-11th century bishop at Mortlach, Banff, Scotland, and Aberdeen,
      Scotland. Died 1012

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      or the prayer corner at home.

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