saint paulinus

Paulinus

[paw-lahy-nuhs]
noun
Saint, died a.d. 644, Roman missionary in England with Augustine: 1st archbishop of York 633–644.
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Paulinus (pɔːˈlaɪnəs)
 
n
Saint. died 644 ad, Roman missionary to England; first bishop of York and archbishop of Rochester. Feast day: Oct 10

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saint paulinus

Italian missionary who converted Northumbria to Christianity, became the first bishop of York, and was later made archbishop of Rochester

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