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  5. David comes from Ireland. According to this there " were "Three Orders" of Irish saints between and ; the " Second Order " began and ended in the sixth century, and we are told that it received a mode of celebrating mass " from holy men of Britain, to wit, from St. David and St. Gildas and St. Gildas, had agreed upon a form of celebrating Holy Communion, which was widely received among the foremost saints of Ireland in the sixth century.

    It is therefore more probable than not, that these three Britons, David, Gildas, and Docus, were already men of renown before the middle of that century. From Ireland, too, we have evidence, not quite so early but no less reliable, that St.

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    David's chief monastery was in Mynyw or Menevia, and that his festival fell on the first day of March, for in The Martyrology of Oengus, which is now agreed by all scholars to have been compiled about the year , we find under March ist, Dauid Cille Muni, which means " David of the ' monastery ' of Mynyw. Other early evidence of St. David comes from outside Wales, and is very instructive. Paul Aurelian, which was written in This is disputable. But we are told as well that St. David was surnamed " the Aquatic," which is a way of expressing in Latin the Welsh Dyvrwr, "Waterman.

    We cannot doubt from this early testimony that St.