289- 7th Century Sts Theodore & Egwin + the Madonna in England.

St. Theodore of Tarsus, Archbishop of Canterbury and St. Egwin, Bishop of Worchester lived in England during the time when all Christian churches were unified as one body in Christ.

The Virgin Mary appeared to St Egwin in Evesham. St Egwin then built the Evesham Abbey, the 3rd great monastery of England.

Henry VIII had it destroyed in the 1600’s. The surrounding neighborhoods used the stones from the ruins for other building projects.

Today, the Evesham Trust is working to revive this forgotten wonder’s rich history.

Evesham Trust photo of Evesham Abbey
Evesham Abbey illustration- Evesham Abbey Trust.org

Sources and additional information:

St Theodore of Tarsus, Archbishop of Canterbury- Orthodox Church in America.org

St Theodore, Archbishop of Canterbury- Catholic Online.org

St Theodore of Tarsus, Archbishop of Canterbury- John Anidopoulos.com

St Egwin, Bishop of Worchester- NewAdvent.org

St Egwin of Evesham- Franciscan Media.org

The Evesham Abbey Trust- Evesham Abbey.org

Evesham Abbey- NewAdvent.org

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