St. Alban - Roller Banner RB767
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey.
20th June England & Wales RC National Calendar.
22nd June Anglican & General Calendar.
Alban, Martyr, c.209 or c.254 or c.304 - date disputed.
First martyr of England (Protomartyr) killed in Verulanium now St.
Albans, Hertfordshire where a Cathedral, Abbey Church was built in his
honour. Mentioned by St Bede in his Ecciesiastical History c.731, he was
thought to be a convert to Christianity who died protecting a priest.
Alban is pictured holding a cross and a palm branch indicating
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