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  • emrys
    Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
    Message 1 of 14 , Jul 16, 2000
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      Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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      * St. Theneva of Glasgow
      * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
      * St. Goneri of Brittany
      * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
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      St. Theneva of Glasgow, Widow
      --------------------------------------------
      (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

      7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess. When it was
      discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown from a
      cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat on the
      Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but God had
      other plans for the young woman. She landed at Culross, where she was
      sheltered by Saint Serf and gave birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo
      ("darling") by his foster-father, Serf. She gave her name to Saint
      Enoch's Square and Railway Station in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is
      co- patron together with her son
      (Benedictines, Delaney).


      Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
      ------------------------------------------------------------
      (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
      Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
      supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
      (Benedictines).


      St. Goneri of Brittany
      ----------------------------
      6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
      was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


      St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
      ------------------------------------------------
      Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
      Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
      with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
      monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
      dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
      under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


      Lives kindly supplied by:
      For All the Saints:
      http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
      Celtic Orthodox Christianity Home Page
      http://www.nireland.com/orthodox/celtic.htm
      These Lives are archived at:
      http://www.egroups.com/group/celt-saints/
      *****************************************
    • ambrós
      Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
      Message 2 of 14 , Jul 16, 2001
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        Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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        * St. Theneva of Glasgow
        * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
        * St. Goneri of Brittany
        * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
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        St. Theneva of Glasgow,
        Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
        --------------------------------------------
        (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

        7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
        prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
        was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
        from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
        on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
        God had other plans for the young woman.

        She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
        birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
        Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

        Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
        in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
        (Benedictines, Delaney).


        Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
        ------------------------------------------------------------
        (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
        Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
        supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
        (Benedictines).


        St. Goneri of Brittany
        ----------------------------
        6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
        was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


        St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
        ------------------------------------------------
        Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
        Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
        with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
        monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
        dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
        under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


        Lives kindly supplied by:
        For All the Saints:
        http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
        Celtic Orthodox Christianity Home Page
        http://www.nireland.com/orthodox/celtic.htm
        These Lives are archived at:
        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
        ****************************************
      • ambrós
        Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
        Message 3 of 14 , Jul 16, 2002
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          Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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          * St. Theneva of Glasgow
          * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
          * St. Goneri of Brittany
          * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
          =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


          St. Theneva of Glasgow,
          Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
          --------------------------------------------
          (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

          7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
          prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
          was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
          from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
          on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
          God had other plans for the young woman.

          She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
          birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
          Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

          Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
          in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
          (Benedictines, Delaney).


          Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
          ------------------------------------------------------------
          (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
          Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
          supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
          (Benedictines).


          St. Goneri of Brittany
          ----------------------------
          6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
          was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


          St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
          ------------------------------------------------
          Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
          Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
          with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
          monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
          dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
          under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


          Lives kindly supplied by:
          For All the Saints:
          http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
          Celtic Orthodox Christianity Home Page
          http://www.orthodoxireland.com/celtic.htm
          These Lives are archived at:
          http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
          *****************************************
        • ambrós
          Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
          Message 4 of 14 , Jul 16, 2003
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            Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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            * St. Theneva of Glasgow
            * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
            * St. Goneri of Brittany
            * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
            =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


            St. Theneva of Glasgow,
            Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
            --------------------------------------------
            (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

            7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
            prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
            was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
            from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
            on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
            God had other plans for the young woman.

            She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
            birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
            Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

            Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
            in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
            (Benedictines, Delaney).


            Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
            ------------------------------------------------------------
            (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
            Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
            supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
            (Benedictines).


            St. Goneri of Brittany
            ----------------------------
            6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
            was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


            St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
            ------------------------------------------------
            Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
            Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
            with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
            monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
            dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
            under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


            Lives kindly supplied by:
            For All the Saints:
            http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
            Orthodox Ireland Saints
            http://www.orthodoxireland.com/saints/

            These Lives are archived at:
            http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
            *****************************************
          • emrys@globe.net.nz
            Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
            Message 5 of 14 , Jul 16, 2004
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              Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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              * St. Theneva of Glasgow
              * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
              * St. Goneri of Brittany
              * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
              =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


              St. Theneva of Glasgow,
              Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
              --------------------------------------------
              (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

              7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
              prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
              was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
              from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
              on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
              God had other plans for the young woman.

              She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
              birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
              Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

              Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
              in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
              (Benedictines, Delaney).


              Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
              ------------------------------------------------------------
              (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
              Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
              supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
              (Benedictines).


              St. Goneri of Brittany
              ----------------------------
              6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
              was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


              St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
              ------------------------------------------------
              Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
              Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
              with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
              monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
              dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
              under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


              Lives kindly supplied by:
              For All the Saints:
              http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
              Orthodox Ireland Saints
              http://www.orthodoxireland.com/saints/
              These Lives are archived at:
              http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
              *****************************************
            • emrys@globe.net.nz
              Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
              Message 6 of 14 , Jul 17, 2005
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                Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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                * St. Theneva of Glasgow
                * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
                * St. Goneri of Brittany
                * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
                =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


                St. Theneva of Glasgow,
                Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
                --------------------------------------------
                (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

                7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
                prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
                was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
                from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
                on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
                God had other plans for the young woman.

                She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
                birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
                Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

                Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
                in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
                (Benedictines, Delaney).


                Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
                ------------------------------------------------------------
                (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
                Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
                supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
                (Benedictines).


                St. Goneri of Brittany
                ----------------------------
                6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
                was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


                St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
                ------------------------------------------------
                Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
                Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
                with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
                monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
                dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
                under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


                Lives kindly supplied by:
                For All the Saints:
                http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
                These Lives are archived at:
                http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
                *****************************************
              • emrys@globe.net.nz
                Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
                Message 7 of 14 , Jul 17, 2006
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                  Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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                  * St. Theneva of Glasgow
                  * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
                  * St. Goneri of Brittany
                  * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
                  =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


                  St. Theneva of Glasgow,
                  Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
                  --------------------------------------------
                  (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

                  7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
                  prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
                  was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
                  from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
                  on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
                  God had other plans for the young woman.

                  She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
                  birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
                  Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

                  Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
                  in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
                  (Benedictines, Delaney).


                  Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
                  ------------------------------------------------------------
                  (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
                  Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
                  supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
                  (Benedictines).


                  St. Goneri of Brittany
                  ----------------------------
                  6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
                  was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


                  St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
                  ------------------------------------------------
                  Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
                  Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
                  with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
                  monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
                  dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
                  under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


                  Lives kindly supplied by:
                  For All the Saints:
                  http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
                  These Lives are archived at:
                  http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
                  *****************************************
                • emrys@globe.net.nz
                  Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
                  Message 8 of 14 , Jul 17, 2007
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                    Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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                    * St. Theneva of Glasgow
                    * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
                    * St. Goneri of Brittany
                    * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
                    =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


                    St. Theneva of Glasgow,
                    Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
                    --------------------------------------------
                    (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

                    7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
                    prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
                    was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
                    from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
                    on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
                    God had other plans for the young woman.

                    She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
                    birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
                    Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

                    Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
                    in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
                    (Benedictines, Delaney).


                    Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
                    ------------------------------------------------------------
                    (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
                    Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
                    supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
                    (Benedictines).


                    St. Goneri of Brittany
                    ----------------------------
                    6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
                    was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


                    St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
                    ------------------------------------------------
                    Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
                    Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
                    with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
                    monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
                    dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
                    under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


                    Lives kindly supplied by:
                    For All the Saints:
                    http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
                    These Lives are archived at:
                    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
                    *****************************************
                  • emrys@globe.net.nz
                    Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
                    Message 9 of 14 , Jul 17, 2008
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                      Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

                      =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                      * St. Theneva of Glasgow
                      * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
                      * St. Goneri of Brittany
                      * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
                      =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


                      St. Theneva of Glasgow,
                      Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
                      --------------------------------------------
                      (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

                      7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
                      prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
                      was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
                      from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
                      on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
                      God had other plans for the young woman.

                      She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
                      birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
                      Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

                      Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
                      in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
                      (Benedictines, Delaney).


                      Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
                      ------------------------------------------------------------
                      (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
                      Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
                      supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
                      (Benedictines).


                      St. Goneri of Brittany
                      ----------------------------
                      6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
                      was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


                      St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
                      ------------------------------------------------
                      Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
                      Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
                      with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
                      monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
                      dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
                      under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


                      Lives kindly supplied by:
                      For All the Saints:
                      http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
                      These Lives are archived at:
                      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
                      *****************************************
                    • emrys@globe.net.nz
                      Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
                      Message 10 of 14 , Jul 17, 2009
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                        Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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                        * St. Theneva of Glasgow
                        * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
                        * St. Goneri of Brittany
                        * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
                        =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


                        St. Theneva of Glasgow,
                        Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
                        --------------------------------------------
                        (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

                        7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
                        prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
                        was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
                        from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
                        on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
                        God had other plans for the young woman.

                        She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
                        birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
                        Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

                        Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
                        in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
                        (Benedictines, Delaney).


                        Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
                        ------------------------------------------------------------
                        (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
                        Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
                        supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
                        (Benedictines).


                        St. Goneri of Brittany
                        ----------------------------
                        6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
                        was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


                        St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
                        ------------------------------------------------
                        Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
                        Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
                        with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
                        monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
                        dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
                        under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


                        Lives kindly supplied by:
                        For All the Saints:
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                        Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
                        Message 11 of 14 , Jul 17, 2010
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                          Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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                          * St. Theneva of Glasgow
                          * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
                          * St. Goneri of Brittany
                          * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
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                          St. Theneva of Glasgow,
                          Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
                          --------------------------------------------
                          (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

                          7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
                          prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
                          was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
                          from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
                          on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
                          God had other plans for the young woman.

                          She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
                          birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
                          Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

                          Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
                          in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
                          (Benedictines, Delaney).


                          Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
                          ------------------------------------------------------------
                          (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
                          Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
                          supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
                          (Benedictines).


                          St. Goneri of Brittany
                          ----------------------------
                          6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
                          was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


                          St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
                          ------------------------------------------------
                          Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
                          Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
                          with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
                          monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
                          dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
                          under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


                          Lives kindly supplied by:
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                          http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
                          These Lives are archived at:
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                          Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
                          Message 12 of 14 , Jul 18, 2011
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                            Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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                            * St. Theneva of Glasgow
                            * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
                            * St. Goneri of Brittany
                            * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
                            =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


                            St. Theneva of Glasgow,
                            Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
                            --------------------------------------------
                            (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

                            7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
                            prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
                            was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
                            from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
                            on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
                            God had other plans for the young woman.

                            She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
                            birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
                            Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

                            Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
                            in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
                            (Benedictines, Delaney).


                            Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
                            ------------------------------------------------------------
                            (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
                            Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
                            supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
                            (Benedictines).


                            St. Goneri of Brittany
                            ----------------------------
                            6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
                            was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


                            St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
                            ------------------------------------------------
                            Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
                            Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
                            with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
                            monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
                            dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
                            under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


                            Lives kindly supplied by:
                            For All the Saints:
                            http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
                            These Lives are archived at:
                            http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
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                            Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
                            Message 13 of 14 , Jul 18, 2012
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                              Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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                              * St. Theneva of Glasgow
                              * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
                              * St. Goneri of Brittany
                              * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
                              =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


                              St. Theneva of Glasgow,
                              Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
                              --------------------------------------------
                              (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

                              7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
                              prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
                              was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
                              from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
                              on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
                              God had other plans for the young woman.

                              She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
                              birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
                              Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

                              Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
                              in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
                              (Benedictines, Delaney).


                              Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
                              ------------------------------------------------------------
                              (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
                              Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
                              supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
                              (Benedictines).


                              St. Goneri of Brittany
                              ----------------------------
                              6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
                              was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


                              St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
                              ------------------------------------------------
                              Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
                              Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
                              with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
                              monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
                              dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
                              under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).


                              Lives kindly supplied by:
                              For All the Saints:
                              http://users.erols.com/saintpat/ss/ss-index.htm
                              These Lives are archived at:
                              http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
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                              Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * St. Theneva of Glasgow * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury * St.
                              Message 14 of 14 , Jul 18, 2013
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                                Celtic and Old English Saints 18 July

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                                * St. Theneva of Glasgow
                                * Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury
                                * St. Goneri of Brittany
                                * St. Minnborinus of Cologne
                                =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


                                St. Theneva of Glasgow,
                                Mother of Saint Kentigern Mungo
                                --------------------------------------------
                                (also known as Dwynwen, Thaney, Thenaw, Thenog, Thenova)

                                7th century. Saint Theneva was a British princess, daughter of a British
                                prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called). When it
                                was discovered that she had conceived out of wedlock, she was thrown
                                from a cliff. Unharmed at the bottom, she was then set adrift in a boat
                                on the Firth of Forth. It was expected that she would die at sea, but
                                God had other plans for the young woman.

                                She landed at Culross, where she was sheltered by Saint Serf and gave
                                birth to Saint Kentigern, named Mongo ("darling") by his foster-father,
                                Serf. Kentigerm reramined with Saint Serf until he reacxhed manhood.

                                Saint Theneva gave her name to Saint Enoch's Square and Railway Station
                                in Glasgow, Scotland, where she is co- patron together with her son
                                (Benedictines, Delaney).


                                Ss. Edburga and Edith of Aylesbury, Virgins
                                ------------------------------------------------------------
                                (also known as Edburga and Edith of Bicester)
                                Died c. 650. The sisters Edburga and Edith were Anglo-Saxon princesses,
                                supposedly of King Penda of Mercia, who became nuns at Aylesbury
                                (Benedictines).


                                St. Goneri of Brittany
                                ----------------------------
                                6th century. Saint Goneri was exiled from Britain to Brittany, where he
                                was a hermit near Treguier (Benedictines).


                                St. Minnborinus of Cologne, Abbot
                                ------------------------------------------------
                                Died 986. Saint Minborinus led a group of Irish missionaries to Cologne,
                                Germany, where the archbishop installed them in Saint Martin's Abbey
                                with Minborinus as abbot, where he governed from 974 to 986. Because the
                                monastery was declared an Irish Abbey, many churches in the area were
                                dedicated to Irish saints, including five churches and seven chapels
                                under the patronage of Saint Brigid (Benedictines, Montague).

                                These Lives are archived at:
                                http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
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