St Augustine of Canterbury the Founder of Church of England Slaughtered 1,200 Welsh Monks & Scholars Near Wrexham


Not only were the Welsh Christians in the 6th century upset that the Saxons had come from Germany to takeover most of southern England, they also didn’t like whom later would be called St Augustine having brought Roman Catholicism to England, forcing it upon the Welsh Christians who had be practicing their faith according to the Word ever since evangelized by some of the earliest Christians from Jerusalem, so St Augustine slaughtered 1,200 of Welsh monks and scholars, thus began the Church of England.