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  • ambrós
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    Message 1 of 14 , Dec 4, 2000
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      Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
      ----------------------------------------------------
      5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
      of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
      that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
      extant (Benedictines).


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    • ambrós
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      Message 2 of 14 , Dec 4, 2001
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        Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
        ----------------------------------------------------
        5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
        of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
        that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
        extant (Benedictines).

        This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
        contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
        Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
        with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
        Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
        Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
        Press, 1938.

        I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
        regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
        are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
        but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
        is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
        Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
        Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
        in Latin and English):

        "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
        is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
        referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
        Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
        said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
        that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
        the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome. These are (the
        men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
        Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
        frequently copied his books."



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      • ambrós
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        Message 3 of 14 , Dec 4, 2002
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          Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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          Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
          ----------------------------------------------------
          5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
          of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
          that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
          extant (Benedictines).

          This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
          contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
          Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
          with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
          Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
          Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
          Press, 1938.

          I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
          regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
          are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
          but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
          is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
          Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
          Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
          in Latin and English):

          "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
          is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
          referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
          Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
          said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
          that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
          the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome. These are (the
          men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
          Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
          frequently copied his books."



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        • emrys@globe.net.nz
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          Message 4 of 14 , Dec 4, 2003
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            Celtic and Old English Saints          6 December

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            Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus,  Bishops
            ----------------------------------------------------
            5th century.  Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
            of Ireland.  The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
            that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
            extant (Benedictines).

            This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
            contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
            Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
            with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
            Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
            Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
            Press, 1938.

            I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
            regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
            are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
            but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
            is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
            Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
            Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
            in Latin and English):

            "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
            is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
            referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
            Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
            said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
            that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
            the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome. These are (the
            men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
            Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
            frequently copied his books."



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            These Lives are archived at:
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          • emrys@globe.net.nz
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            Message 5 of 14 , Dec 5, 2004
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              Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
              ----------------------------------------------------
              5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
              of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
              that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
              extant (Benedictines).

              This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
              contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
              Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
              with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
              Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
              Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
              Press, 1938.

              I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
              regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
              are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
              but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
              is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
              Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
              Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
              in Latin and English):

              "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
              is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
              referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
              Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
              said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
              that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
              the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
              men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
              Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
              frequently copied his books."


              * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
              court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
              the city of Rome, and not the whole world


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            • Maincin Maincin
              Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius of Ireland
              Message 6 of 14 , Dec 4, 2005
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                Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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                Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
                ----------------------------------------------------
                5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
                of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
                that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
                extant (Benedictines).

                This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
                contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
                Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
                with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
                Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
                Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
                Press, 1938.

                I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
                regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
                are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
                but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
                is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
                Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
                Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
                in Latin and English):

                "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
                is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
                referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
                Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
                said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
                that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
                the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
                men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
                Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
                frequently copied his books."


                * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
                court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
                the city of Rome, and not the whole world


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              • emrys@globe.net.nz
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                Message 7 of 14 , Dec 4, 2006
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                  Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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                  * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius
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                  Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
                  ----------------------------------------------------
                  5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
                  of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
                  that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
                  extant (Benedictines).

                  This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
                  contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
                  Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
                  with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
                  Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
                  Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
                  Press, 1938.

                  I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
                  regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
                  are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
                  but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
                  is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
                  Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
                  Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
                  in Latin and English):

                  "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
                  is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
                  referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
                  Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
                  said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
                  that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
                  the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
                  men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
                  Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
                  frequently copied his books."


                  * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
                  court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
                  the city of Rome, and not the whole world


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                • emrys@globe.net.nz
                  Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius of Ireland
                  Message 8 of 14 , Dec 4, 2007
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                    Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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                    * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius
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                    Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
                    ----------------------------------------------------
                    5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
                    of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
                    that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
                    extant (Benedictines).

                    This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
                    contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
                    Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
                    with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
                    Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
                    Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
                    Press, 1938.

                    I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
                    regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
                    are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
                    but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
                    is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
                    Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
                    Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
                    in Latin and English):

                    "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
                    is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
                    referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
                    Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
                    said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
                    that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
                    the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
                    men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
                    Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
                    frequently copied his books."


                    * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
                    court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
                    the city of Rome, and not the whole world


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                  • emrys@globe.net.nz
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                    Message 9 of 14 , Dec 4, 2008
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                      Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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                      * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius
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                      Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
                      ----------------------------------------------------
                      5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
                      of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
                      that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
                      extant (Benedictines).

                      This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
                      contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
                      Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
                      with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
                      Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
                      Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
                      Press, 1938.

                      I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
                      regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
                      are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
                      but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
                      is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
                      Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
                      Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
                      in Latin and English):

                      "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
                      is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
                      referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
                      Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
                      said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
                      that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
                      the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
                      men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
                      Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
                      frequently copied his books."


                      * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
                      court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
                      the city of Rome, and not the whole world


                      These Lives are archived at:
                      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
                      ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤
                    • emrys@globe.net.nz
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                      Message 10 of 14 , Dec 4, 2009
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                        Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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                        * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius
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                        Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
                        ----------------------------------------------------
                        5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
                        of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
                        that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
                        extant (Benedictines).

                        This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
                        contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
                        Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
                        with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
                        Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
                        Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
                        Press, 1938.

                        I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
                        regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
                        are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
                        but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
                        is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
                        Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
                        Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
                        in Latin and English):

                        "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
                        is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
                        referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
                        Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
                        said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
                        that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
                        the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
                        men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
                        Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
                        frequently copied his books."


                        * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
                        court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
                        the city of Rome, and not the whole world


                        These Lives are archived at:
                        http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
                        ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤
                      • ambrois@xtra.co.nz
                        Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius of Ireland * St. Gobban *
                        Message 11 of 14 , Dec 5, 2010
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                          Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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                          * St. Gobban
                          * St. Berehert of Tullylease
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                          Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
                          ----------------------------------------------------
                          5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
                          of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
                          that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
                          extant (Benedictines).

                          This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
                          contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
                          Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
                          with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
                          Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
                          Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
                          Press, 1938.

                          I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
                          regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
                          are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
                          but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
                          is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
                          Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
                          Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
                          in Latin and English):

                          "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
                          is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
                          referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
                          Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
                          said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
                          that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
                          the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
                          men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
                          Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
                          frequently copied his books."


                          * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
                          court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
                          the city of Rome, and not the whole world.


                          St. Gobban.
                          ----------------------------------------------------
                          Brigid Ainley has presented the evidence for December's man in a post on
                          her blog here:

                          http://brigid-undertheoak.blogspot.com/2009/12/irish-saints-of-december-gobban-of-old.html


                          St. Berehert of Tullylease
                          ----------------------------------------------------
                          http://brigid-undertheoak.blogspot.com/2009/12/irish-saints-of-december-berehert-of.html




                          These Lives are archived at:
                          http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
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                          Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius of Ireland * St. Gobban *
                          Message 12 of 14 , Dec 6, 2011
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                            Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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                            * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius
                            of Ireland
                            * St. Gobban
                            * St. Berehert of Tullylease
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                            Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
                            ----------------------------------------------------
                            5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
                            of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
                            that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
                            extant (Benedictines).

                            This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
                            contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
                            Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
                            with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
                            Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
                            Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
                            Press, 1938.

                            I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
                            regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
                            are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
                            but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
                            is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
                            Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
                            Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
                            in Latin and English):

                            "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
                            is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
                            referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
                            Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
                            said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
                            that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
                            the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
                            men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
                            Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
                            frequently copied his books."


                            * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
                            court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
                            the city of Rome, and not the whole world.


                            St. Gobban.
                            ----------------------------------------------------
                            Brigid Ainley has presented the evidence for December's man in a post on
                            her blog here:

                            http://brigid-undertheoak.blogspot.com/2009/12/irish-saints-of-december-gobban-o\
                            f-old.html


                            St. Berehert of Tullylease
                            ----------------------------------------------------
                            http://brigid-undertheoak.blogspot.com/2009/12/irish-saints-of-december-berehert\
                            -of.html




                            These Lives are archived at:
                            http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
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                            Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius of Ireland * St. Gobban *
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                              Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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                              * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius
                              of Ireland
                              * St. Gobban
                              * St. Berehert of Tullylease
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                              Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
                              ----------------------------------------------------
                              5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
                              of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
                              that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
                              extant (Benedictines).

                              This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
                              contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
                              Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
                              with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
                              Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
                              Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
                              Press, 1938.

                              I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
                              regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
                              are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
                              but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
                              is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
                              Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
                              Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
                              in Latin and English):

                              "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
                              is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
                              referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
                              Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
                              said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
                              that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
                              the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
                              men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
                              Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
                              frequently copied his books."


                              * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
                              court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
                              the city of Rome, and not the whole world.


                              St. Gobban.
                              ----------------------------------------------------
                              Brigid Ainley has presented the evidence for December's man in a post on
                              her blog here:

                              http://brigid-undertheoak.blogspot.com/2009/12/irish-saints-of-december-gobban-o\
                              f-old.html


                              St. Berehert of Tullylease
                              ----------------------------------------------------
                              http://brigid-undertheoak.blogspot.com/2009/12/irish-saints-of-december-berehert\
                              -of.html




                              These Lives are archived at:
                              http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celt-saints
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                              Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius of Ireland * St. Gobban *
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                                Celtic and Old English Saints 6 December

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                                * Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus, and Secundius
                                of Ireland
                                * St. Gobban
                                * St. Berehert of Tullylease
                                =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


                                Ss. Auxilius, Isserninus and Secundinus, Bishops
                                ----------------------------------------------------
                                5th century. Fellow workers under Saint Patrick in the evangelization
                                of Ireland. The decree signed by the four, reminding the Irish clergy
                                that appeals from the judgement of Armagh may be made to Rome, is still
                                extant (Benedictines).

                                This is one of the canons of the so-called First Synod of Patrick, which
                                contains decrees to the clergy by bishops Patricius, Auxlius, and
                                Iserninus. It can be found in The Irish Penitentials. Ed. Ludwig Bieler,
                                with an appendix by David Binchy. Dublin: The Dublin Institute for
                                Advanced Studies, 1963, and perhaps also John T. McNeill and Helena M.
                                Gamer, Medieval Handbooks of Penance. New York: Columbia University
                                Press, 1938.

                                I don't have either text on hand and so can't compare it to the
                                regulations at the end of the Liber Angeli in the Book of Armagh. These
                                are primarily concerned with Armagh's pre-eminence in the Irish church,
                                but the last declares that if Armagh can't solve something, the matter
                                is to be referred to Rome. It can be found in Bieler. The Patrician
                                Texts in the Book of Armagh. Scriptores Latini Hiberniae. Dublin: The
                                Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1979, pp. 188-191 (facing pages
                                in Latin and English):

                                "Further, any exceptional difficulty which may arise, (the law on which)
                                is unknown to all the judges of the Irish people, is by law to be
                                referred to the see of the archbishop of the Irish, that is (the see) of
                                Patrick, for examination by its bishop; if, however, such a suit in the
                                said litigation cannot easily be decided there by wise men, we decree
                                that it is to be sent to the apostolic see, that is, to the see of Peter
                                the apostle, who has authority over the city of Rome*. These are (the
                                men) who have made this decree, that is, Auxilius, Patrick, Secundinus,
                                Benignus; after the death of the holy Patrick his disciples have
                                frequently copied his books."


                                * It is interesting that while Rome is obviously thought of as an appellate
                                court, the Irish Canons reference the see of Peter as having authority over
                                the city of Rome, and not the whole world.


                                St. Gobban.
                                ----------------------------------------------------
                                Brigid Ainley has presented the evidence for December's man in a post on
                                her blog here:

                                http://brigid-undertheoak.blogspot.com/2009/12/irish-saints-of-december-gobban-o\
                                f-old.html


                                St. Berehert of Tullylease
                                ----------------------------------------------------


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