Willibrord 1 built a church in the place that Pippin 1 gave him for his episcopal see, and preached the word of faith far and wide. He also built a number of churches throughout those districts and established several monasteries.
The bodies of Boniface 5 and the other martyrs were brought by boat to Utrecht. There the bodies were interred until some religious men arrived from Mainz. They had been sent by Lull 1 to bring the body of Boniface 5 the monastery of Fulda. The praefectus of the city of Utrecht (Anonymous 297) declared that an edict issued by Pippin 2 forbade anyone to remove the body of Boniface 5. At that point a bell of the church, untouched by human hands, began to ring to warn everybody that the body should be given up.