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TENTH AGE OF THE CHURCH

A. D.

903 Benedict IV

903–905 Leo V.

905–911 Sergius III.

911–913 Anastasius III.

913–914 Lando.

914–928 John X.

928–929 Leo VI.

929–931 Stephen VIII.

931–936 John XI.

936–939 Leo VII., July 7.

939–943 Stephen IX.

943–946 Martin III.

946–956 Agapetus II., Nov. 1, Dec. 16.

956–964 John XII., May 19, Dec. 16.

964–964 Leo VIII.

964–965 Benedict V.

965–972 John XIII., Dec. 16.

972–974 Benedict VI.

974–975 Domnus II.

975–984 Benedict VII.

984–985 John XIV.

986–996 John XV., April 23.

996–999 Gregory V., April 23.

999 Sylvester II.

973 Boniface VII.

997 John XVI.

KINGS OF ENGLAND

925 Edward, July 4.

940 Athelstan, July 4.

948 Edmund, July 4.

955 Edred, July 4, May 19, Aug. 1.

957 Edwi, May 19, July 4.

975 Edgar, Feb. 29, May 19, July 4.

977 St. Edward, March 18.

Ethelred II.

929 Charles le simple.

954 Louis d’Outremer.

986 Lothaire.

987 Louis le Faineant.

Third Race

996 Hugues Capet.

Robert.

Synod at Winchester, May 19.

909 Asterius of Minevia. Oct. 28.

911 Leo the Philosopher.

912 Notker, Monk of St. Gal.

940 Eutychius, Patriarch of Alexandria.

942 St. Ado, Abbot of Cluni, Nov. 18.

Simeon Metaphrastes, Introductory Discourse.

956 Alto of Vercelli.

959 St. Gerard, Oct. 3.

960 Constantine Porphyrogenita, July 24.

961 St. Odo, Archbishop of Canterbury, July 4.

966 Flodoard of Rheims.

968 Luitprand, Bishop of Cremona.

972 Notger, Bishop of Liege.

973 St. Ubric, Bishop of Augsburg, July 4.

974 Ratheir of Verona.

975 Edgar, King of England, July 4, May 19.

977 Severus the Egyptian.

980 Lautfred, July 15.

985 Abbo of Fleury, Nov. 20.

998 St. Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury, May 19.

Sisinnius of Constantinople.

Suidas the Grammarian is supposed to have lived in this age.

The following were remarkable for their sanctity in this age:

SAINTS OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, AND IRELAND

St. Dunstan, May 19.

St. Odo, July 4.

St. Oswald, Feb. 29.

St. Edward, K. M., March 18.

St. Ethelwold, Aug. 1.

St. Editha, Sept. 16.

St. Birnstan, Nov. 4.

St. Wulfhilde, Dec. 9.

St. Mund, Scotland, April 15.

St. Cormac, Ireland, Sept. 14.

St. Paul, Hermit, Dec. 20.

SAINTS OF OTHER COUNTRIES

St. Adelbert, April 23.

St. Maieul, May 11.

St. Winceslas, Sept. 28.

St. Gerard, Oct. 3.

St. Gerald, Oct. 13.

St.Wolfgang, Oct. 31.

St. Harold, Nov. 1.

St. Odo of Cluni, Nov. 18.

St. Alice, Dec. 16.

St. Maud, March 14.

St. Gerard, April 23.

St. Bobo, May 22.

St. Ulric, July 4.

St. Grimbald, July 8.

St. Nicon, Nov. 26.

St. Conrad, Nov. 26.

St. Radbod, Nov. 29.

Conversion of Nations

A. D.

960 The conversion of the Rugi, Dec. 16.

The conversion of the Hungarians, Sept. 2.

The establishment of Christianity in Prussia, April 23.

The Poles converted by St. Adelbert, April 23.

The Polish Russians converted by St. Bruno, or Boniface, June 19, receiving faculties from Pope John XVIII.

The north of Germany converted by St. Adelbert, April 23.

The faith was propagated in Denmark by Saint Poppo.

The faith was preached in Gothland and Sweden by St. Sigefrid, an Englishman, Feb. 15.

Mass and Office, July 4, Sept. 28, Nov. 4, 26.

Vlaticum and Extreme Unction, Feb. 29, May 19. July 8, Sept. 27, 28.

A Miracle in proof of the Real Presence, July 4.

Sign of the Cross, July 4.

A. D.

On cathedral churches, Aug. 1.

Thorney Abbey, Aug. 1.

Peterborough Abbey, Aug. 1.

Glastonbury, May 19.

Guy of Warwick, Nov. 14.

Titles of honor among our Saxon ancestors, Feb. 29.








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