Celtic-St. Kea, Bishop of Devon and Cornwall 5th November

  St. Kea, Bishop of Devon and Cornwall (Kay, Ke, Kenan, Quay) About the Fifth century, a young Irish monk watched with anguish as his brother monks sailed away from the southern shore of Ireland to preach the word of God to the heathen in England. Such was his distress at being left behind that [...]

Celtic and Old English Saints – 29 July

St. Sulian of Cornwall (Silin) 6th century. Saint Sulian may be identical with the Breton Saint Sulien of Cornouaille and Domon�e. He was the founder and abbot, but not the patron, of Luxulyan in Cornwall. There is considerable, but understandable, confusion between Sulian and another Saint Sulinus of East Brittany and the Welsh Saint Tysilio [...]

Celtic saint of the day 29th April

St. Endellion, Virgin, Nun, Recluse (Endelient) 6th century. Near Port Isaac, on the north coast of Cornwall, is the little village of Endellion, where the Roscarrock family made their home for four hundred years, and where Nicholas, to whom we owe so much information about the saints of Cornwall was born. He lived through the [...]