Oswald was a Dane and a nephew of St. Odo the Good. He became a Benedictine monk, bishop of Winchester and later Archbishop of York. He died in 992.
Catholic Encyclopedia: St. Oswald
Archbishop of York, d. 992 while washing the feet of the poor, as was his daily custom during Lent.
Catholic Online: St. Oswald
Short biography of the tenth-century monastic reformer.
Brief biography of the Archbishop of York, in the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica.
St. Oswald of Worcester
Brief biography, edited from Richard John King's "Handbook to the Cathedrals of England: Northern Division."
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