Event: Correspondence, Easter-observanceJohn 9.letter to Irish clergy
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|Date from Source
||When John 9 was still pope-elect.
*The letter also refers to the Pelagian heresy which had recently sprung up among the Irish.
Persons associated with this Event:
(IV, pope, 640-642) : He is described by Bede 1 as the person principally responsible for the letter. He was pope-elect. He showed that Easter Sunday ought to be looked for between the 15th and 21st day of the moon. He also took care to guard them against the Pelagian heresy.
(Archpriest, fl. 640x642)
(Chief secretary and viceregent of the Apostolic See, fl. 640x642)
(Counsellor of the Apostolic See, fl. 640x642)
(Possibly bishop of Armagh, fl. 640x642)
(Possibly bishop of Clonard, fl. 640x642)
(Possibly bishop of Nendrum, fl. 640-642)
(Possibly bishop of Connor, fl. 640-642)
(Possibly bishop of Bangor, fl. 640-642)
(Possibly abbot of Moville, fl. 640-642)
(Possibly abbot of Tory Island, fl. 640-642)
(Possibly abbot of Leighlin)
(Priest; possibly bishop of Devenish, fl. 640x642)
(Possibly abbot of Iona, fl. 640x642)
(Irish cleric, fl. 640-642)
(Pope, 640) : He is referred to in the letter, as the Pope who had received questions from England which were left unanswered when he died
(Envoys who brought messages to Severinus 1 from England, fl. 640) : Envoys who brought writings to Severinus 1