2 edition of Saint Kentigern found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Hugh Hay.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||130|
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Our copy of Eusebius is in good condition, the cover having been repaired In the s by an expert in book restoration. It is displayed in the College Archives Centre in a specially crafted timber and glass cabinet, the gift of the Saint Kentigern College Parents Association in Welcome to Saint Kentigern.
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Saint Kentigern, byname Mungo, (born, Culross, Fifeshire—died c. possibly Glasgow; feast day January 14), abbot and early Christian missionary, traditionally the first bishop of Glasgow and the evangelist of the ancient Celtic kingdom of Cumbria in southwestern else is known about him except from late, dubious hagiographies.
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The College took the name of the patron saint of Glasgow, Saint Kentigern, who is also known affectionately in Scotland as Mungo. Saint Kentigern, Pakuranga, New Zealand.
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And from that book I was disposed to insert in this work one little wonder because the perfection of the disciple is the glory of the master For one time in the season of winter, when everything all around was contracted and frozen at the winter solstice, Saint Kentigern had recited the psalter naked in the frigid water as was his custom.
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He was raised by St. Serf and be. came a hermit near Glasgow, Scotland. Driven into exile after being consecrated a bishop circaKentigern went to St. David in Wales. There he possibly founded St. Asaph Monastery at Llanelwy. Inhe returned to Scotland to continue his labors.
With St. Theneva, he is patron of Glasgow. Saint Kentigern College is a private co-educational Presbyterian secondary school in the Suburb of Pakuranga on the eastern side of Auckland, New Zealand, beside the Tamaki is operated by the Saint Kentigern Trust Board which also operates Saint Kentigern Boys' School, Saint Kentigern Girls' School and Saint Kentigern Preschool based in 2 different campuses in Remuera.
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Name. In Wales and England, this saint is known by his birth and baptismal name Kentigern (Welsh: Cyndeyrn).This name probably comes from the British *Cuno-tigernos, which is composed of the elements *cun, a hound, and *tigerno, a lord, prince, or evidence is based on the Old Welsh record Conthigirn(i).
Other etymologies have been suggested, including British *Kintu-tigernos 'chief Died: 13 JanuaryGlasgow, Kingdom of Strathclyde. In Jocelyn’s The Life of St Kentigern there is a story about the saint’s recall from Wales to the Old North by Glasgow’s ruler, Rhydderch Hael.
Following an angelic vision, Kentigern sets out with disciples and arrives in Hoddom where he is greeted by a multitude of people.Caldbeck & District Local History Society did a survey in the early s, and updated their records over the years, publishing a revised edition of "Monumental Inscriptions in the Church and Churchyard of Saint Kentigern's, Caldbeck, Cumbria" in (available as a PDF from the society website).All Black's Book Launch at College College Music Showcase Comedy Rapper Performs at College Middle School Wearable Arts Show Gold Medal and World Record Top Results for College at NIWA Science Fair Speakeasy Saint Kentigern raises $, for World Vision Another World Cycling Medal for Maddie!