The History of the Church in 5 Moments | Catholic Central

– How old are you here? – Uh, like three I guess. – You haven’t changed a bit. – What? But I’m so much taller! And I’ve got this deep voice. And I don’t play with toys anymore. – Well, you can change and still stay the same, you know, you’re like a tadpole, or…

Importance of Poetry in the Viking Age

Such a lovely day outside Wouldn’t you agree Mr. Thorstein? ah! fack the lot of you! eh? WHAT?! Lovely day, right? Oh, just an average summer in Scotland Yes a bit weepy Days like these just make me think about, I don’t know… that I’m just sitting around losing my true potential You ever feel…

What Was Life Like? Episode 5: Medieval | Meet a Medieval Monk

When sleep is sweetest we rise at the bidding of a bell. There is no moment for idleness or self-indulgence. Everywhere peace, Everywhere serenity, and a marvellous freedom from the tumult of the world. Hi I’m Emily, and I’m Sam, we’re here at Rievaulx Abbey. We’re here to discover what it was like to live…

Saint George and the Dragon

Hi guys Today, I’m going to talk to you about something I’m currently obsessed with it’s a painting actually thought that seemed appropriate and it’s a st.. George killing the dragon I recently got to see this painting up close and personal at the art institute of Chicago And I’d like to show it to…

SAINT PATRICK – WikiVidi Documentary

WikiVidi.com Saint Patrick Saint Patrick was a fifth-century Romano-British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland. Known as the “Apostle of Ireland”, he is the primary patron saint of Ireland, along with saints Brigit of Kildare and Columba. He is also venerated in the Anglican Communion, the Old Catholic Church and in the Eastern Orthodox Church…

A 15th Century Princess Gown Part II || Historical Sewing

Hello there and welcome back to part 2 of this 15th century adventure, in which I am attempting to recreate this gown from ‘Saint George Slaying the Dragon’ by Jost Haller, dated c 1450. If you missed part 1, you may wish to go back and give that a quick watch—unless of course you’re only…

Patron Q&A – Bards, Scops and Skalds

Hello my dear friends, my name is Arith Harger and today I’m going to answer a question from one of my Patrons, Misses Theresa and I believe Mr. Glenn Allen also asked me this question What are Bards, Scops and Skalds, differences and their role in their specific cultures Now, this is a Q&A video,…