‘Apostle to the Germans’ Boniface began missions work 1,300 years ago

June 16, 2016

Boniface (c. 675–754), the “Apostle to the Germans,” established Christianity in the Germanic parts of the Frankish Empire. This year is the 1,300th anniversary of Boniface leaving England in 716 to do missionary work. He was born Winfrid around 675 in Wessex (now Devon), England. After completing his studies at Exeter and Nursling monasteries, he …
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