Augustine of Cantebury (Britian)

Augustine of Cantebury (Britian)
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St. Augustine of Canterbury May 26/June 8 and September 13/26 St. Augustine was a native if Italy and a disciple of Felix, Bishop of Messana. He became prior of the Monastery of St. Andrew on the Celian Hill in Rome, and was chosen by St. Gregory the Great to lead a mission of 40 monks to evangelize the Anglo-Saxon peoples of Britain. He arrived in 597 A.D., landing at Ebbsfleet in Kent. He is called the Apostle to the English which remained Orthodox for four and a half centuries.
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