Dunstan is a saint whose life is celebrated by the Anglican Communion, the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church.

Saint Dunstan was a monastic reformer in tenth century England. After early years in Glastonbury, he became bishop of Worcester, then bishop of London, and then Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

He is also known for his skills in the liturgical arts - in particular for his work in illuminated manuscript writing, metalwork and music. On the basis of his artistic work in particular, his name is used here and his prayers called upon.