By Margaret Deanesly
A vintage heritage of the church from the accession of Gregory the nice to the Reformation.
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To obtain this, Boniface left Exeter, and joined another monastic house. e.
At this ceremony the bishop said alternately with the candidate certain verses, usually from the sixteenth psalm: “The Lord himself is the portion of mine inheritance…. ” By the year 600 the hair was not only shorn round the nape of the neck, but in a large circular patch on the crown, so that the remaining hair resembled a “corona:” in the east the whole top of the head was shaved, leaving no fringe in front. There was, however, no special significance in this difference of cut, except as denoting the eastern or the western obedience.
The request threw Gregory into consternation, and he wrote in answer explaining the dangers that such sacrilegious transfer of relics would almost infallibly provoke. Gregory’s motive in stressing the blood-curdling nature of the punishment incurred by sacrilege is sufficiently clear. In one more matter, an appeal from two presbyters who had been condemned for heresy by the church of Constantinople, Gregory vindicated the appellate jurisdiction of the Holy See. An account of Gregory’s despatch of Augustine for the conversion of the English may be transferred to the chapter on the conversion of GREGORY THE GREAT 25 Europe by the missionaries: but it should be noted here that this mission also redounded to the prestige of the papacy.
A History of the Medieval Church: 590-1500 by Margaret Deanesly