A.D. 1012, April 19. Archbishop of Canterbury. When the Danes took and burnt the city of Canterbury, Saint Alphege was first imprisoned, and then stoned to death, for refusing to ransom his life. His remains were interred in Saint Paul’s Cathedral, and ten years later were translated to Canterbury. Emblem – Carrying stones in his chasuble.
- E A Greene. “Saint Alphege”. . CatholicSaints.Info. 17 August 2013. Web. 27 September 2016. <>