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Kentigern Kentigern ( Mungo ) (d. 612), monk and bishop, evangelist of Strathclyde and Cumbria . There are many legends but few known facts about.

Kentigern is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Kentigern books and related discussion.

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Bluesocket/Cisco Case Study: St. Kentigern--New Zealand's First
Bluesocket/Cisco Case Study: St. Kentigern—New Zealand's First and Largest Wireless Campus. Page 1 of 3.
Vespers, Matins & Lauds for St Kentigern, Patron Saint of Glasgow
This edition of the Office of the sixth-century St Kentigern, or 'Mungo', patron saint of.
Presenter: Geoff Burgess (Principal) www
In the Saint Kentigern community you have: 1. The right to be The Charter is based on the Saint Kentigern become the hallmark of a Saint Kentigern boy.
St. Kentigern, known by his endear- ing appellation St. wattled church which St.
St Kentigern's Academy
On Wednesday 15th and Wednesday 22nd June, St Kentigern‟s Academy held its annual Awards .

Suggested News Resources

Monetary Policy Challenge winners announced
The Reserve Bank announced today that Saint Kentigern College from Auckland is the national winner of the Reserve Bank 2011 Monetary Policy Challenge (MPC).
Rugby Tournament at Scots College
Prop Epeli stands tall
Super Saints ride to cup victory
By PJ TAYLOR SAINT Kentigern College's First XV delivered almost mistake-free rugby as they claimed the Auckland secondary schools 1A-grade championship title.
NFU donates £400 to two charities
The presentation of cheques to St Kentigern Hospice, St Asaph and Wales Air Ambulance, Wrexham took place at the NFU Cymru stand at the Denbigh and Flint Show.

Suggested Web Resources

Saint Mungo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saint Mungo is the commonly used name for Saint Kentigern (also known as Cantigernus (Latin) or Cyndeyrn Garthwys (Welsh)).
Kentigern - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Also known as Mungo. First bishop of Glasgow, died in 603. Biography. » Blog Archive » Saint Kentigern
The Bird commemorates the pet robin owned by Saint Serf, which was accidentally killed by monks who blamed it on Saint Kentigern.
Kentigern (Mungo) - The Ecole Glossary
"Many legends but few facts are recorded about Kentigern." Brief article by Karen Rae Keck.

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