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Published by University of Ottawa Press in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Glasgow (Scotland),
  • Scotland
    • Subjects:
    • Kentigern, Saint, d. ca. 612.,
    • Christian saints -- Cult -- History of doctrines -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.,
    • Christian saints, Celtic -- Great Britain -- Biography.,
    • Great Britain -- Church history -- 449-1066.,
    • Glasgow (Scotland) -- Church history.,
    • Scotland -- Church history.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Other titlesBeloved Saint Mungo, founder of Glasgow.
      StatementReginald B. Hale.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBR1720.K46 H35 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 137 p., [20] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages137
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1795996M
      ISBN 100776602276
      LC Control Number89196518
      OCLC/WorldCa18875451


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Mungo. The Anecdotage of Glasgow Legendary stories of the life of St. Mungo, Founder of the city of Glasgow "The mist of ages" had obscured the actual life of the patron saint of Glasgow. St Mungo’s History. St Mungo is the Patron Saint and Founder of the City of Glasgow.

He lived from to 13 Januarybeing born in Fife on the banks of the River Forth near Culross and named “Kentigern”.which means “big chief” Mungo’s mother was Princess Thenog (Tannog) sometimes called Enoch whose father Loth. Saint Mungo, also known as Saint Kentigern, Cantigernus or Cyndeyrn Garthwys, lived from to 13 January He is the patron saint and founder of the City of Glasgow.

The wider picture at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline. Mungo later returned to the River Beloved St. Mungo, where his church. Saint Kentigern, founder of Glasgow, died beloved St.

Mungo the 13th of January in the year AD Here’s another guy with a shed load of names. He is variously known in Scotland and wider church circles as St.

Kentigern or St. Mungo, and in Wales or Welsh as ‘Mwyn-gu’ or ‘Munghu’ (‘dear one’ in Founder of Glasgow book or Brythonic) or ‘Cynderyn Garthwys’, and by his mother as “my dear beloved son” – probably.

The Beloved: St. Mungo, Founder of Glasgow Paperback – 1 Feb. by Reginald B. Hale (Author)5/5(3). ​Saint Mungo. Saint Mungo is the Patron Saint of Glasgow and also known as Kentigern who is believed to have been born and brought up beloved St.

Mungo Culross in Fife. Mungo is believed to have began his Christian Ministry at aged 25 around the year Deep in Glasgow's ancient, green heart lies the formerly-Catholic Cathedral of St. Mungo, which after the Reformation became the High Kirk of the Church beloved St.

Mungo Scotland. In the bowels of the year old cathedral, in a founder of Glasgow book under the High Altar, lies the tomb of St. Mungo, Glasgow’s patron. Here’s one of his latest pieces on the High Street. Glasgow High Street, photo by Corrie Martin. It founder of Glasgow book about a week to paint, though still needs a few finishing touches to the hand.

founder of Glasgow book As far as I’m aware it depicts Mungo in modern-day clothes. Mungo is Glasgow’s patron saint, born in the 6th century.

St Mungo, who founded the monastery which is now Glasgow Cathedral, died in the year and his feast day beloved St. Mungo set to the January Given how far Author: Isaac Callan. St Mungo's Academy is a Roman Catholic, co-educational, comprehensive, secondary school located in Gallowgate, Founder of Glasgow book.

The school was founded in by the Marist Brothers religious order. The debate team at St Mungo's were the first Scottish team to represent the Coordinates: 55°51′15″N 4°13′15″W /.

Glasgow Cathedral is the oldest Cathedral in Scotland and the only one to survive the Scottish Reformation of the 15th century ally named as St. Kentigern's — but usually known as St.

Mungos — it is the property of the Crown, rather than of any church and looked after by a government agency, Historic Environment Scotland. How this happened and what you can see here is all tied. Reginald B. Hale is the author of The Beloved St. Mungo, Founder Of Glasgow ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews) and The Beloved St.

Mungo, Founder Of Home My Books. A History Lesson From 'St Mungo's Bells' (A very old and rare Glasgow Book) CAMLACHIE. THE WALKINSHAWS, EARLY COAL-MINING SLAVERY IN GLASGOW, PRINCE CHARLIE, AND A CAMLACHIE BEAUTY, GENERAL WOLFE. To the many Camlachie and its associations savour of nothing but vulgarity.

Let us inquire into the past history of the place and see what can be. marked the 50th anniversary of St Mungo's. Our 50 year history is filled with some extraordinary people – people who have been homeless, transformed their lives and inspired many others; people who have dedicated their lives and careers to ending homelessness, and people who have supported and advocated for St Mungo’s throughout.

Get this from a library. The beloved St. Mungo, founder of Glasgow. [Reginald B Hale]. St Mungo built his cell here. Mungo referred to this spot as ‘Glasgu’ or the beloved green place. This became Glasgow and the church developed into Glasgow Cathedral. Early Glasgow grew from this monastic settlement in the upper town.

Bishop Jocelin established the fair and protected the trades and merchants, who lived and. St Kentigern (otherwise St Mungo), of Glasgow, ; St Veronica of Milan, Born.

– Charles James Fox, statesman, Died. – George Fox, founder of the sect of Quakers, ; Dr James Macknight, ST KENTIGERN. Out of the obscurity which envelops the history of the northern part of our island in the fifth and sixth centuries, when all of it that was not provincial Roman was.

Electronic books Biography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hale, Reginald B. Beloved: St. Mungo, Founder of Glasgow. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press/Les Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa, © Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Reginald B Hale.

St Mungo suffered ill-health in later life and needed his chin to be bandaged constantly. He is traditionally said to have died on Januand was almost immediately acclaimed as a saint.

As founder of Glasgow, it was no less than he deserved. About St. Cyndeyrn Garthwys ab Owain, Bishop of Strathclyde. Saint Mungo is the commonly used name for Saint Kentigern (also known as Cantigernus (Latin) or Cyndeyrn Garthwys (Welsh)).

He was the late 6th century apostle of the Brythonic Kingdom of Strathclyde in modern Scotland, and patron saint and founder of the city of Glasgow. hale, The Beloved St. Mungo, Founder of Glasgow (Ottawa ). jocelinus of furness, Saint Mungo: Also Known as Kentigern, ed. macdonald (Edinburgh ). Mungo refered to this spot as 'Glasgu' or the beloved green place.

This became Glasgow and the church developed into Glasgow Cathedral. Mungo lived an ascetic and holy life until his death in He was canonised and became the patron saint of Glasgow with a feast day on 13 January. Re: St Mungo Cemetery «Reply #2 on: Monday 13 April 09 BST (UK)» The same area today - the second image shows the relative position of the City Poorhouse to the burial ground (the Poorhouse was situated in the top left corner area of this image) if the family were from the Gorbals area originally it is possible that this death.

When Mungo arrived on the scene, the area around Glasgow was at that time part of the Kingdom of Strathclyde ruled by the Britons whose capital was modern-day Dumbarton. The legend is that Mungo – it is supposed to mean beloved one – was born the son of Thenew, daughter of the half-pagan Loth, the king of the : Hamish Macpherson.

From bishops to battlefields, barrowboys to business tycoons, Nuala Naughton brings to life some of the characters and events that have shaped Glasgow's East End since the city's founder, St Mungo, first set eyes on the 'dear green place' This entertaining, lighthearted account looks at the legen.

At the crypt of the church one can find the chapel and tomb of St Kentigern, also known as St Mungo, the ‘dear beloved;’ he was a much revered bishop of Glasgow who died in about Tradition says that he was buried at the spot where the Glasgow Cathedral was built.

"The Beloved St. Mungo, Founder of Glasgow". University of Ottawa Press – via Google Books. ↑ "Saint Mungo", Saint Mungo's Church, Glasgow; 1 2 Hunter-Blair, Oswald. "CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Saint Kentigern". 1 2 "St Mungo and his mysterious deeds".

1 2 "Kentigern", Foghlam Alba Archived 6 May at the. Smug has created another fantastic piece of work to complement the mature image of a modern day St Mungo on High St. The mural is a contemporary interpretation of the city's founding story; St Thenue/Enoch cradling her beloved St Kentigern/Mungo.

Smug has managed to capture a level of tenderness and detail which epitomises his style. WHERE. Designed by Crudens Ltd, the scheme was built by Glasgow Corporation Housing Department between and on the 'Soda Waste' at Pinkston and Fountainwell Farm, near the cemetery. The former was derelict ground on which the United Alkali Company's St.

Rollox Chemical Works, founded by Charles Tennant and at one time the largest chemical manufacturer in the world, used to dump waste Country: Scotland.

A word that was used by the Gaels (or as he calls them Goidels) to refer to the patron saint and founder of Glasgow, St Mungo (or Kentigern). Read More Related Articles. History. Glasgow’s Gaelic name, Glaschu, means “Green Glen.” There is evidence of a fortified prehistoric village on the site, but Glasgow did not begin to develop until about ce with the arrival of St.

Kentigern (Mungo), who established a religious community there. The present cathedral, dedicated to St. Mungo and begun in the 12th century, was built on the site of the chapel.

The Beloved St. Mungo, Founder of Glasgow, University of Ottawa Press, ^ a b Hunter-Blair, Oswald. "St. Kentigern." The Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 6 May ^ a b "Kentigern", Foghlam Alba Archived 6 May at the Wayback Machine.

Mungo's may refer to. Mungo's Cathedral, Glasgow a.k.a. Glasgow Cathedral and The High Kirk of Glasgow; St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries from the Harry Potter books; St Mungo's (charity), London's largest homelessness charity.

The Saint Mungo Cup was a one-off football tournament held in Glasgow, Scotland, to celebrate the Festival of Britain. The competition was contested by fourteen 'Scottish Division A' clubs together with Clyde and Queens Park from 'Division B'.

Celtic defeated Aberdeen 3–2 in the final in front of a crowd of 81, at Hampden Park. On their road to the final, Celtic had beaten Heart of. St Mungo Singers.

likes. The St Mungo Singers was founded to provide an opportunity for singers to enjoy music, while promoting the development of good liturgical music and practice in the Followers: Saint Mungo founded a number of churches during his period as Archbishop of Strathclyde of which Stobo Kirk is a notable example.

At Townhead in Glasgow there is a modern Roman Catholic church dedicated to the saint. Another church established by the saint himself was St Kentigern's Church of Lanark, founded shortly before his death, and which now stands in : 13 JanuaryGlasgow.

The Beloved: St. Mungo, Founder of Glasgow. By REGINALD B. HALE. Ottawa: University of Pdf Press, xxiv + pp. $ Die Konzilien Deutschlands und Reichsitaliens Part 1, Edited by ERNST-DIETER HEHL.

Monumenta Germaniae Historica: Concilia. Tomus VI: Concilia aevi saxonici DCCCCXVI-MI, Pars 1: DCCCCXVI-DCCCCLX.St. Kentigern. From the Catholic Encyclopedia (Or MUNGO) Bishop, founder of the See of Glasgow, b. about ; d. at Glasgow, 13 January, His mother Thenaw was daughter of a British prince, Lothus (from whom the province of Lothian was called); his father's name is unknown.