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Werburgh (also transcribed Wærburh, Werburh or Werburga) (d. February 3, 699 at Trentham in present-day Staffordshire) was an Anglo-Saxon princess who became the patron saint of the city of Chester in Cheshire. Her feast day is February 3.
Werburga was instrumental in reforming convents in England. She eventually succeeded her mother Ermenhild, her grandmother Sexburga, and her great-aunt Eheldreda as fourth Abbess of Ely. She died on February 3, 700 and was buried at Hanbury in Staffordshire.
The shrine of St. Werburga remained at Hanbury until the threat of Viking raids in the late 9th century led to its relocation within the walled city of Chester and a chapel was erected in the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul (where Chester Cathedral now stands). In 975, the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul was dedicated to St. Werburga and the Northumbrian saint St. Oswald. A monastery with the names of these two saints was erected next to the church in the 11th century.
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Chad (Ceadda) (c. 634- March 2, 672) was a prominent Anglo-Saxon ecclesiastic who lived in the 7th century, and who would become abbot of several monasteries, Bishop of Northumbria and later Bishop of the Mercians and of the town of Lindsey. He was later canonized. He was the brother of Cedd, also a saint. He appears frequently in the work of Bede the Venerable and is regarded, along with Cedd, as the introducer of Christianity in Mercia.
Most of our knowledge of Chad comes from Bede’s writings. Bede tells us that he obtained information about Chad and his brother, Cedd, from the monks of Lastingham, where both were abbots. He also refers to information he received from Trumbert, “who guided me in the Scriptures and who had been educated in the monastery by that master,” i.e. Chad.
During Chad’s time, the most important conflict was between Northumbria and Mercia. Penda, the pagan king of Mercia, was continually at war with Northumbria, often with the support of the Christian Welsh princes. Any defeat in this situation threatened the fragile unity of the vanquished. In 641, Penda crushingly defeated the Northumbrians at Maserfield, in which King Oswald himself lost his life. Northumbria broke up between its constituent kingdoms, Bernicia and Deira, allowing Penda to easily intervene in internal politics. It would finally be Oswiu, Oswald’s successor, who would succeed in reuniting Northumbria again, defeating and killing Penda in 655, at Winwaed, causing chaos in Mercia for more than a decade, during which the rulers of Northumbria were able to intervene in Mercian affairs.
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St. Wilfrid , also called Wilfrid of York , (born 634, Northumbria , Eng. – died April 24, 709/710, monastery of Oundle , Mercia , Eng .; feast day October 12), one of the greatest English saints, a monk and bishop who was noted for achieving close relations between the Anglo-Saxon Church and the papacy. He devoted his life to establishing the observances of the Roman Church over those of the Celtic Church and fought a stormy series of controversies over discipline and precedent.
Meanwhile, Oswiu appointed St. Chad as bishop of York, and Wilfrid, on his return, lived (666-669) at Ripon. He was restored in 669, when Archbishop St. Theodore of Canterbury deposed Chad and thus became primate of Northumbria. He built a monastery at Hexham and introduced the Benedictine rule into the kingdom. In 677 Theodore divided Wilfrid’s diocese , and Wilfrid appealed to Rome (the first English ecclesiastic to do so), where he arrived in 679 after helping to convert the Frisians (winter 677-678). Pope St. Agathon and a Roman synod (October 679) ordered his restoration, but agreed to the division of his diocese on condition that he, with a local council, appoint the new bishops.