Women in the Letters of Boniface: By Sam Dubbelman

St. Bonifice (c. 675-754 CE) is remembered today as a missionary and a martyr. He is remembered (along with St. Martin of Tours) for cutting down "pagan" holy trees to prove the superiority of the Christian God. But,  The letters of Boniface also give us a unique view into the various roles women played in English … Continue reading Women in the Letters of Boniface: By Sam Dubbelman