The whole jealousy of the Romish church seems to have been awakened by Methodius' proceedings.
Methodius was then thrown into a dungeon, and his jaw was broken in the struggle.
Methodius forbidden by the Pope to perform the services of the Church for the Slavonians in their own language.
On their way, Methodius was the means of converting the king of the Bulgarians.
He preached and celebrated service in the language of the people, and had a most able assistant in Methodius.
Methodius had painted the Last Judgment on the wall of the new hall.
Cyril and Methodius and their disciples, consisted for the most part of theological works translated from the Greek.
Evidently, moreover, the theological language of the homily is of a period long subsequent to the date assigned to Methodius.
In consequence of this, Methodius found the Latin worship established here, and the Latin language in use.
On the works once ascribed to Methodius, but now pronounced to be spurious, see above, p. 131.