Saint Augustine of Canterbury
Saint Augustine of Canterbury, a monk, was the first bishop of Canterbury. While he only labored for another eight years after establishing the diocese, his influence lives on. Part of his success, limited though it was, was due to his compassionate approach to the local peoples.
Image: Stained glass of Apostle to the English | photo by Lawrence, OP

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(? – May 26, 605)

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Saint Augustine of Canterbury