Augustine of Canterbury

  • d. 604
  • Feast-day: 26 May
  • archbishops
  • (agents)
Benedictine monk who led the Gregorian mission to convert the Anglo-Saxons in Britain and became the first archbishop of Canterbury.

See also: Gregory the Great
Gregory the Great
(d. 604)
prefect and later, bishop of Rome known for instigating the mission to convert the Anglo-Saxons in Britain to the Christian faith. He is the author of a number of theological works, including the Dialogues, the Pastoral Rule, a commentary on the Book of Job, and many sermons and letters.

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