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Lives of the Saints
Cuthbert and the Barley Reivers
Bede is reminded of another great Christian saint when St Cuthbert shoos some troublesome crows from his barley crop.
Cuthbert and the White Rider
The young Christian from ancient Northumbria was healed of a lame leg in a manner that reminded Bede of the archangel Rafael.
based on an account by St Bede of Jarrow 672-735
Cuthbert, the Eagle and the Fish
St Cuthbert reminds a young monk that the labourer is worthy of her hire.
One Christmas Eve back in the twelfth century, a monk keeping midnight vigil in
Lindisfarne priory watched spellbound as two great doors opened all by themselves.
paraphrased from an account by Reginald of Durham ?-?1190
Cuthbert and Sheriff John
The Sheriff of Northumberland allows wealth and power to go
to his head — and his digestion.
by Reginald of Durham ?-?1190
Cuthbert and the Dun Cow
The magnificent cathedral at Durham owes its existence to a missing cow.
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