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The Interreligious Dialogue of St. Boniface Winfrid
June 5 is the feast of St. Boniface Winfrid in the Roman calendar, an eighth-century Englishman who evangelized the Germanic peoples with such zeal and success that he is commonly known as the Apostle of Germany.
Today the so-called Catholic News Agency sent a tweet with a link to its biographical page about this great bishop and martyr, which notes:
St. Boniface was very bold in his faith, and was well known for being very good at using the local customs and culture of the day to bring people to Christ.