By Margaret Deanesly
A vintage background of the church from the accession of Gregory the nice to the Reformation.
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Gregory himself knew little of England except its heathenism; he regarded the Frankish bishops as lacking in zeal in not attempting its conversion, and before the sending of his mission probably did not even know that British bishops existed in the west of the island. These latter can scarcely be blamed for failing to convert the invader, with whom they were still fighting. No certain frontier even was established between them, till a battle in 577 separated the Britons of Cornwall and Wales, and another as late as 607 those of Wales and Strathclyde.
The rivalries of the kingdoms of Kent and of the east Saxons had made a transfer of Augustine’s see to London impracticable; and in the conversion of the north Lindisfarne had been more important than York. The foundation of rural, presbyteral parishes, once attributed to archbishop Theodore, was of later date. It is, however, possible that 46 MISSIONARIES some of the bodies spoken of by Bede, and mentioned in later charters as “monasteries,” may have originated as little bands of clerks, living a communal life, like the presbyteral familiae in France in the sixth century.
They were, moreover, unlikely to submit to the authority of the new bishop of the hated Saxons. Certain bishops and wise men came to a conference at “Augustine’s Oak,” the site of which is unknown, and seven bishops to a further conference: they cannot have been territorial bishops and may have been the claustral bishops set over the seven portions of the great monastery of Bangor Iscoed, which Bede mentions. In 601 the monk Mellitus converted and baptized the king of the east Saxons and was made bishop of London; similarly, Justus was made bishop and set up his familia at Rochester.
A History of the Medieval Church: 590-1500 by Margaret Deanesly
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