St. Augustine of Canterbury | Catholic Saints
Catholic Saints • 18m
St. Augustine of Canterbury is often called the "Apostle to the English". A great missionary, St. Augustine was pivotal in converting the Anglo-Saxons to the Catholic faith. Join Dr. James Prothro and Mary McGeehan as they discuss this great saint and his witness to Jesus Christ.
St. Augustine of Canterbury's obedience to the pope led to the eventual conversion of the English. In what ways are you being called to obedience? How can you practice obedience more fully?
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