St. Augustine of Canterbury - Banner BAN736
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
Feast Day: 27th May.
Augustine of Canterbury, Bishop. Sent by
the pope, St. Gregory the Great, in 597 to evangelise the Anglo-Saxons in
England. Called the 'Apostle of England'. He built a cathedral and
monastery at Canterbury and also established sees at Rochester and London.
The original artwork by the Benedictine
Sisters of Turvey Abbey also shows a Canterbury Cross styled on a Saxon brooch
design synonymous with Canterbury. It is also used to symbolise the Anglican
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