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Saints related to Patron-of-england

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  • St. Augustine of Canterbury
    In the 7th century, St. Augustine, also known as Austin, and his fellow monks left Rome to become some of the first missionaries in England. They were successful in converting the Anglo-Saxons and eventually, St. Augustine was consecrated the first Bishop of Canterbury. He is considered the patron of England.
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  • St. George
    While St. George generally is depicted slaying a dragon, little is actually known for sure about the events of his life, except that he was martyred during the Diocletian persecution around the year 304.
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  • St. Gregory
    St. Gregory was born in 540, in Rome, Italy. He became a Benedictine monk and was unanimously elected pope in 590. His was zealous and composed a significant amount of works. He is known for contributions of liturgy of mass and is one of the four doctors of the Latin Church.
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  • St. Michael the Archangel
    St. Michael is one of the best loved of all saints in the Catholic tradition because of his strength and dedication to God. Many people make a daily practice of praying the “Saint Michael Prayer,” which asks St. Michael to be a defender and protector. St. Michael is the patron of numerous things, including police officers and those in the military.
    Winged angel typically in roman centurion garb, holding a sword. Often shown standing with his foot on the Devil's head