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How Europe was won for Christianity being the life-stories of the men concerned in its conquest,

Author: M Wilma Stubbs
Publisher: New York, Chicago, Fleming H. Revell Co. [1913]
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Stubbs, M. Wilma (Mattie Wilma), b. 1878.
How Europe was won for Christianity.
New York, Chicago, Fleming H. Revell Co. [1913]
(DLC) 13022498
(OCoLC)5506605
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: M Wilma Stubbs
ISBN: 052401406X 9780524014066
OCLC Number: 681298704
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (309 pages) frontispiece, plates, portraits
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: The linking of the old and the new --
The prince of missionaries: Paul the apostle --
A missionary-bishop: Wulfila the Goth --
Bondsman and emancipator: the story of Patricius --
The Apostles of Galloway and Strathclyde: Ninian and Kentigern --
The dove of the churches: Columba and the Missionary Institute of Iona --
A voice from the desert: Severinus, hermit-missionary --
Celtic missionaries on the continent: Columbanus and Gallus --
The founder of Canterbury: Augustine and the Conversion of Kent --
A Roman bishop and a Northumbrian king: Paulinus and Eadwine --
The glory of the North Country: Aidan and Cuthbert --
Whom the Briton honours: England's lesser apostles --
Labourers in Friesland: Amandus, Eligius, Wilfrid, Willibrord, Liudger, and Willehad --
The monk of Nutscelle: Winfrid, better known as Boniface --
The apostle of the north: Ansgar, Bishop of Hamburg --
Messengers among the Slavs: Cyril (Constantine) and Methodius --
Martyrs for their faith: Trudpert, Kilian, the Hewalds, Wenceslaus, Adalbert, and Gottschalk --
The little brother: St. Francis of Assisi --
A knight of Old Spain: Raymund Lull --
The protector of the oppressed: Bartholome de las Casas --
For the greater glory of God: Jesuit labourers --
Heroes of the ice-bound north: the Egedes in Greenland --
The pilgrims' watch: Moravian missions --
Heralds of a new day in India: Ziegenbalg, Plutschau, Schultze, Schwartz.
Responsibility: by M. Wilma Stubbs.

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