(Saint) Abbot (January 6) (7th century) The first Abbot of the monastery founded by Saint Augustine at Canterbury and one of the original fellow-missionaries in Kent of that Saint. Saint Peter died while on an embassy to France, at Ambleteuse, near Boulogne (A.D. 606–607). His memory has been perpetuated to our own times, and in 1915 his right to a liturgical cultus was formally recognised in Rome.
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