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Dunstan

Saint. ?909--988 ad, English prelate and statesman; archbishop of Canterbury (959--988). He revived monasticism in England on Benedictine lines and promoted education. Feast day: May 19
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The City of London converted St. Dunstan's into a public park.
Pigeons caught mid flight beside St. Dunstan's bird feeder
Clement Danes accounts, where in 1557 "those clothes which seruyd on the churche wales on palme sonnday" were borrowed from the Earl of Arundel and his servants tipped tenpence for bringing them.(24) Other parishes must have owned hangings, since accounts from, for instance, St. Dunstan in the West and St.
St. Dunstan in the West bought three bills for prophets while St.
In addition I have found Palm Sunday quasi-dramatic activity in the parish records from St. Dunstan in the East, St.
12 St. Dunstan in the East, Guildhall Library MS 4887, ff.
Charlottetown -- On August 11, 2004, the 175th anniversary of the founding of Charlottetown Diocese was celebrated in the splendid Victorian Gothic Basilica of St. Dunstan. The presider was the present bishop, Vernon Fougere, and his concelebrants were two former Charlottetown bishops, Francis Spence, retired Archbishop of Kingston, and James H.
When he graduated three years later, he decided to get a degree at nearby St. Dunstan's College, but had to teach school for a year to finance his further education.
That fall, with Germany collapsing, the young priest became professor of mathematics, chemistry and physics at St. Dunstan's College.
St. Dunstan's College, located several kilometres outside the capital, established a curfew, but it was too late.