The historical Constantine of Dumnonia may have influenced later traditions, known in Southwestern Britain as well as in Wales, Ireland, and Scotland, about a Saint ...
Saint Constantine of Cornwall, also Constantine of Dumnonia, Constantine III of Britain, Saint Custennin, Custennin ap Cado, Custennin ap Cadwr, Costentyn or ...
Constantine (Cornish: Lann Gostentin, meaning church enclosure of St Constantine) is a village and civil parish in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.
South-west Britain. A Saint Constantine is revered in Devon and Cornwall. Based purely on similarity of a common name, some have identified him with the monarch ...
Memorial 11 March Profile Cornish prince, son of King Paternus. After a misspent youth, he did penance in Wales and Ireland, then evangelized the Scottish ...
St. Constantine of Cornwall ... So impressed was the King by the saint's power that ... The traditions of St. Constantine of Cornwall & St. Constantine of ...
CatholicSaints.Info profile of Saint Constantine of Cornwall
Celebrated March 9 in Wales and Cornwall, March 11 in Scotland and March 18 in Ireland. Our holy Father Constantine was, according to one tradition, the nephew of ...
The Parish Church: Constantine is situated in the deanery and Hundred of Kerrier, and is one of the largest Parishes in Cornwall. In 1869, it was bounded on the east ...
Cornwall ♕ | Kings, Dukes and Earls ... SAINT CONSTANTINE OF CORNWALL: 'Father Constantine was, according to one tradition, nephew of King Arthur, ...