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EIGHTH AGE OF THE CHURCH

A. D.

701 Sergius, Feb. 13, March 1, Nov. 7.

701–705 John VI., Feb. 13.

705–707 John VII., Feb. 13.

708–708 Sisinnius, Feb. 13.

708–715 Constantine, Feb. 13, March 12.

715–731 St. Gregory II., Feb. 5, 13, June 5.

731–741 Gregory III., June 5.

741–752 St. Zachary, March 15, June 5.

752 Stephen II. four days.

752–757 Stephen III., June 5.

757–767 Paul I.

768–772 Stephen IV., Aug. 25.

772–795 Adrian, Feb. 25.

795 Leo III.

757 Theophilactus.

767 Constantine.

EMPERORS OF THE EAST

711 Justinian II.

713 Philippicus.

714 Anastasius II.

716 Theodosius III.

741 Leo the Isaurian.

775 Constantine Copronymus.

780 Leo Porphyrogenita.

790 Constantine VI. and Irene.

711 Childebert III.

715 Dagobert III.

720 Chilperic II.

736 Thierry IV.

750 Childeric III. is dethroned, the last king of the first race, June 5.

Second Race

768 Pepin.

Charlemagne

742 Council in Germany, June 5.

745 At Athens, June 5.

745 At Rome, June 5.

747 Of Cloveshoe, or Abington.

787 Second of Nice, Jan. 7, Feb. 25.

791 Of Friuli.

794 Of Frankfort, Jan. 28, Feb. 12, May 7.

709 St. Adelmus, May 25.

730 George Syncellus.

731 Bathelamy.

735 Ven. Bede, May 27, Oct. 29.

740 St. Germanus of Constantinople, May 12.

755 St. Boniface of Mentz, June 5.

760 Fredegarius.

766 Ecbert, Archbishop of York, May 7.

St. Chrodegandus.

778 St. Ambrose.

Autpert, Bishop of Benevento.

780 St. John Damascen, May 6.

798 Beaton Bieco.

Paul of Aquileia.

St. Adamnan, July 6, Sept. 23.

Saints of England distinguished for their piety in this age, are.

King Ethelbert, May 20.

Queen Withburge, July 8.

Queen Cuthburge, Virgin and Abbess, Aug. 31.

Queen Frideswide, Oct. 19.

St. Alemund, March 19.

St. Guthlake, April 11.

St. John of Beverly, May 7.

St. Aldhelm, May 25.

St. Bede, May 27.

St. Adelbert, June 25.

St. Hedda, July 7.

St. Wigbert, Aug. 13.

St. Alemund, Sept. 7.

St. Sola, Dec. 3.

St. Lebwin, Nov. 12.

St. Eadburge, Dec. 12.

SAINTS OF SCOTLAND AND IRELAND

St. Blaithmaic Scotland, Abbot, Jan. 19.

St. Malrubius, Irish, April 21.

St. Gybrian, Priest, Irish, May 8.

St. Guthagon, Irish, July 3.

St. Pechelm, Scotland, July 15.

St. Turninus, Irish, July 17.

St. Disen, Bishop, Irish, Sept. 8.

St. Adamnan, Abbot, Irish, Sept. 23.

St. Fridherleus, Abbot, Irish, Oct. 1.

St. Constant, Priest, Irish, Nov. 13.

St. Virgil, Bishop, Irish, Nov. 27.

St. Samthana, Virgin, Abbess, Dec. 19.

Saints of other countries in this age.

St. Rigobert, Bishop of Rheims, Jan. 4.

St. Bonitus, Bishop of Auvergne, Jan. 15.

St. Chrodegang, Bishop of Metz, March 6.

St. Wulfran, Archbishop of Sens, March 20.

St. Ursmar, Bishop, Abbot of Laubes, April 19.

St. Dumhade, Abbot, May 25.

St. Claude, Archbishop of Besançon, June 6.

St. Marina, Virgin, June 18.

St. Leufredus, Abbot of Evreux, June 21.

St. Rumold, Bishop and Martyr, July 1.

St. Bertha, Widow, July 4.

St. Hidulphus, Bishop, July 11.

St. Turiaf, Bishop of Dol, July 13.

St. Ulmar, Abbot, July 20.

St. Meneve, Abbot, July 22.

St. Gregory, Abbot, Aug. 25.

St. Merri, Abbot, Aug. 29.

St. Bertin, Abbot, Sept. 5.

St. Madelberte, Virgin, Abbess, Sept. 7.

St. Corbinian, Bishop of Frissengen, Sept. 8.

St. Lambert, Bishop of Maestricht, Sept. 17.

St. Ceolfrid, Abbot, Sept. 25.

St. Gummar, Confessor, Oct. 11.

St. Andrew of Crete, Martyr, Oct. 17.

St. Aidan, Bishop, Oct. 20.

St. Hubert, Bishop of Liege, Nov. 3.

St. Winoc, Nov. 6.

St. Stephen the Younger, Martyr, Nov. 28.

St. Othilia, Virgin, Abbess, Dec. 13.

A. D.

725 Leo the Isaurian, Chief of the Iconoclasts, Feb. 25, May 6, 12.

744 Adelbert.

Clement.

748 Samson.

783 Elipandus of Toledo Jan. 28, May 7.

791 Felix of Urgel, Jan. 28, Feb. 12, May 7.

Bulgarians, Aug. 4.

Conversion of Nations.

719 St. Boniface, an Englishman, is sent by pope Gregory II. to preach in Germany; he converts the Hessians, Thuringians, &c., and is martyred.

755 among the East Frisons, (June 5) with St. Eoban &c., priests, deacons, and laymen to the number of fifty.

The other English apostolic men who laboured in propagating the faith in Germany, were St. Lulls, Oct 16; Saint Willibald, Bishop of Exchetad July 7; Saint Witta, Bishop of Burabourg; Saint Wigbert. Aug. 13; St. Wenebald, Dec. 18; St. Sola, Dec. 3.

719 The English virgins invited into Germany by St. Boniface, were St. Lioba, Sept. 28; St. Tecia, St. Walburgha, &c., June 5.

St. Willehad, an Englishman, first Bishop of Bremen, converted Saxony, Nov. 8; St. Willibrord, first Bishop of Utrecht, Nov. 7.

St. Adelbert, June 25. &c., preached in different parts of Germany and Holland; St. Plechelm in Guelderland, July 15.

Confession, March 6, July 15, Aug. 13.

Mass for the dead, June 5, May 27, (Oct. 29.)

Viaticum, Aug. 31.

Infallibility of the Church, May 6.

The authority of the holy see in general councils, Feb. 25.

Veneration and invocation of saints, May 27, (Oct. 29,) May 6.

Prayers for the dead, May 27, (Oct. 29.)

Respect shown to relics, May 27, (Oct. 29,) June 5.

Respect shown to images, crosses, sacred vessels, Feb. 7, May 6, 12, 27, (Oct. 29.)

Sign of the cross, holy water, May 7.

Miracles, April 11, June 5.

Fast of Lent, May 6.

726 King Ina goes to Rome, and builds a school for the English, May 20, 26, July 7.

794 The Peter-pence established among the West Saxons—extended to the Mercians, May 20.

744 On the abbey of Fulde, which is exempted from episcopal jurisdiction, June 5.

Croyland abbey, April 11.

On the Antipodes, March 15, June 5.

On the revolution by which Pepin came to the throne of France, &c. See June 5.








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