Tuesday, March 1, 2011

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Saint David's Day is

Hello, dear ones!
I had indeed written here already times, but bring out the info on the corresponding day again, can not hurt. ;)

Stained glass window in Jesus College Chapel, Oxford
, showing St David. Late 19th century.

In Wales today to celebrate the Saint David's Day . There is this holiday Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant and honors the patron saint of Wales, on 1 589 died in March.
In Cardiff there is now parades, concerts and the Really Welsh Food Festival , also there are parades in Colwyn Bay and is also celebrated in Swansea thick.

Aber wer wird da eigentlich gefeiert?
Saint David bzw. Dewi Sant war ein Kirchenbeamter und wurde um das Jahr 500 herum geboren. Genaues weiß mman darüber nicht und es wird über einen Zeitraum von 462 bis 512 spekuliert.
Rhygyfarch , der im späten 11. Jahrhundert eine Biographie Davids verfasste, schreibt er sei der Sohn von sanctus rex ceredigionis , wobei "Sanctus" ein Name ist und Sandde , den König von Ceredigion meint. Gleichzeitig kann es aber auch "heiliger König von Ceredigion" bedeuten, was nicht etwa gehopst wie gesprungen ist. Denn zur Zeit von Davis Geburt war Usai King of Ceredigion. According Rhygyfarch Sandde was probably his brother and king of a part of Ceredigion. They were both sons of King Ceredig, founder of Ceredigion (hence the name).
sprang a rape allegedly David and his mother Non (if that's the name, or only means that she was a nun, she well knows himself only), daughter of Lords Cynyr Caer Goch gave him during a raging storm on a cliff to the world. At this point today, the Chapel of St. Non .
David was trained in Whitland in Carmarthenshire of Saint Paulinus of Wales , of Saint Ailbe baptized and Llantwit Major (Welsh Llanilltud Fawr ) in the Vale of Glamorgan he became a pupil of Saint Illtud .
(As is often the knubbeln the Saints and are happy with him.)
He made his reputation as a teacher and preacher and founded the monastery settlements and churches in Wales, Cornwall and Brittany - all at a time when the neighboring tribal areas (the during the next hundred years, yet to be overrun by the Anglo-Saxons and Franks) should still largely heathen were.
David rose to the episcopate, faced two dioceses, and thus not too boring, pilgrimage He also to Jerusalem (where he was anointed bishop by the Patriarch) and Rome. The St. David's Cathedral is at the base of the monastery, in which he Glyn Rhosyn - was founded in the valley.

His monastic rules were pretty strict ..... The monks had to pull the plow themselves were allowed to drink only water, eat bread with salt and herbs and had to spend their evenings in prayer, reading and writing. They were allowed no personal possessions, to say "my book" was considered a misdemeanor. Wine was the poor guy there totally alien and they were allowed only a few fish kleiiiin. Mainly they eat actually of wild leek, since the also the national emblem of Wales.

would Perhaps David should take as an example of Fintan Cluan-Ednech , a Celtic saint who is celebrated on my birthday. Namely its monks had originally also strictly vegan live and grew their own vegetables. However, there arose a lot of grumbling, which made Fintan concerns and soon he was told in a dream that he would meet someone in the morning, which he would help them out of his confusion. The first person he met the next morning, while deaf, but could still talk to him. The man told him that this was indeed the right way for Fintan himself, but far for all others. He should also recognize that other people need a different lifestyle. From then on the monks went better and Fintan his strict diet only indulged themselves.
Well, David loved the simplicity and himself also lived a simple life. He was quite askethisch and preached to his followers to eat meat and drink beer. Its symbol is the way, the leek. At Saint David's Day leeks and daffodils the are symbols par excellence - the leek is also considered the Welsh icon with a boom in the month of March.

It is alleged that David was 100 years old. He died on a Tuesday, 1 March. Most likely, in 589th The Monastery should be "been full of angels as Christ received his soul."
His last words to his followers were sent in a sermon the previous Sunday. According Rhygyfarch it said: "Rejoice, and your faith and your belief Tut gain the little things that have you seen me do and where you heard I'm going to go the path that our fathers have gone before..."
"Do the little things in life" is now a well-known Welsh phrase ( Gwnewch y Pethau bychain mewn bywyd ) and is the inspiration for many.

David was buried in the St David's Cathedral and his coffin was a popular pilgrimage destination of the Middle Ages.


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