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A great church in which a bishop has his cathedra, his seat or see, and in which he and the clergy most closely attached to him maintain the constant opus Dei, work of God or round of divine service, and from which there should radiate Christian inﬂuences within the neighbourhood or diocese in his care. We cannot understand the cathedral unless we know something of its ministers and Of how they have carried on these tasks. In this first chapter we must therefore piece together the story of the men who have served God in the Church of Llandaff. That story is neither so clear nor so splendid as the story of richer cathe drals, whether those of the Old Foundation, like Salisbury or Lincoln, which have always been served by canons, or those of the New Foundation, like Canterbury or Gloucester, which were taken from monks and given to canons in Henry viii’s time. But it is a story even more venerable than theirs it reaches back further than that of any English cathedral, and it shows us, in many forms and in many ages, an attempt, hampered often by poverty, sometimes gallant, sometimes all too half-hearted, to maintain the work of God. The ministers of Llandafl’ Cathedral must be one of the oldest fraternities on British soil. Their foundation is Older than the oldest. Their church begins fourteen centuries ago with an uncertain foothold amid the British people, recently driven by heathen Saxons into Wales it ends as the mother of a great diocese contain ing well over a third of the population of the Welsh Principality.
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