Benedictbeurn, Abbey of


Benedictbeurn, Abbey of
Benedictbeurn, Abbey of
Tradition, as well as manuscripts dating as far back as the tenth century, ascribe its foundation in the year 740, to three brothers of noble birth, named Lanfrid, Wulfram, and Eliland, acting under the influence of St. Boniface, who was then preaching the Faith in Bavaria

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