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Encyclopedia > Cuthbert of Canterbury

Cuthbert of Canterbury is first recorded as the the abbot of Lyminge, from where here was elevated to be the Bishop of Hereford in 736. He served in that capacity for four years before his elevation to the Archbishop of Canterbury in 741. He died in 758 and was later canonized. The Bishop of Hereford is the Ordinary of the Church of England Diocese of Hereford in the Anglican Province of Canterbury. ... Arms of the Archbishop of Canterbury The Archbishop of Canterbury is the senior clergyman of the established Church of England and symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion. ...



Preceded by:
Watchstod
Bishop of Hereford
736–740
Succeeded by:
Podda
Preceded by:
Nothelm
Archbishop of Canterbury
741–758
Succeeded by:
Bregwin


The Bishop of Hereford is the Ordinary of the Church of England Diocese of Hereford in the Anglican Province of Canterbury. ... Saint Nothelm (d. ... Arms of the Archbishop of Canterbury The Archbishop of Canterbury is the senior clergyman of the established Church of England and symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion. ... Bregwin served as Archbishop of Canterbury from 759 to 764, being canonized by the Church for his activities. ...


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Canterbury (2168 words)
Thenceforth, too, the Archbishops of Canterbury became absorbed in the wider duties of primate, as is seen in the episcopate of St. Anselm, who contested with the king the rights of the Church involved in the question of investitures.
Henceforth Canterbury, as the place of his shrine, entered on new glories, becoming famous through all Christendom for the miracles wrought at the tomb, the devotion of the pilgrims, and the splendour of the shring.
Canterbury, as a city, has never recovered from the loss of St. Thomas's shrine and the destruction of the two great monasteries, but the cathedral still remains, one of the finest buildings in the country, as a witness to its former glory.
Cuthbert, Archbishop of Canterbury (468 words)
Cuthbert, in obedience to the wish of Pope Zachary, called a second Council of Cloveshoe, in 747, which formulated many canons for the guidance of monastic life and the duties of bishops and priests.
Christ Church, Canterbury, was considered inferior in dignity to the Church of Sts.
A chapel was the built at the east end of the cathedral dedicated to St. John the Baptist to serve as the baptistery, the court of the archbishops and their place of burial.
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