Josyann Abisaab King Edwin of Northumbria St mates advised his conversion to Christianity by Paulinus of York, in an engraving of 1611. Bede noted that Edwin Paulino told that the birth of his daughter Ethelburga at Easter of 626 was due to her prayers. The birth coincided with a failed assassination attempt by a group king of East Saxons of Wessex. Edwin promised to convert to Christianity and allow your new daughter Eanfled be baptized if he got a win over Wessex. However, he kept his promise in the immediate aftermath of military victory against the East Saxons. Only after it became Paulino reveal the details of a dream he had before the king to the throne, during his exile in the court of King Raedwald. According to Bede, in a strange dream she told Edwin that power would be theirs in the future when someone sets up his hand to his head. While the dream revealed Paulino Edwin, placed his hand on the king’s head, the proof he needed.A hagiography of the late seventh century by Pope Gregory the Great says that Paulinus was the strange vision, to be true, might suggest that Paulino had spent time in the court of Raedwald, although Bede does not mention any visit of this type. It is unlikely that supernatural themes and simple persuasion of Paulino caused the conversion of Edwin. It appears that the nobles of Northumbria showed a willingness to Christianity and the king also received letters from Pope Boniface I encourage conversion. She eventually was convinced, and Edwin and several of his followers were baptized in York in 627, in the assembly called Goodmanham. One story relates that during a visit to Edwin and Ethelburga Yeavering in his palace, he spent 36 days Paulinus baptizing new converts. Paulino was also an active missionary in the kingdom of Lindsey, and its missionary activities serve to see the limits of royal authority Edwin. Map of some English kingdoms around AD 600.Pope Gregory’s plan was that York should become the second metropolitan see of England, so Paulino established his church there. Although it was made of stone not found any remains of it. Paulino also built several churches in real states. The church in Lincoln has been identified with the earliest phase of building the church of St Paul in the Bail. Among those enshrined by Paulino were Hilda, who later became the founding abbess of the Abbey of Whitby, and it successor, Eanfled, daughter of Edwin. As the only Catholic bishop in England, Paulino also devoted to another missionary Gregorian Honorius, archbishop of Canterbury Just after his death, sometime between 628 and 631.