It's the year 427 AD, and the Roman Empire in the West is collapsing into violent anarchy. Civil order is crumbling under the onslaught of invaders, and the Church, the sole remaining rock of stability, is shaken by controversy. In Britain, the situation is desparate. The legions are gone, the land is under barbarian assault, and heresy is gaining ground. The Church appeals for help: and it arrives in the person of Germanus, wonder-working Bishop of Auxerre.
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