Gregory the Great
(Became Pope in 590AD; responsible for first missionaries to England.)
Gregory the Great, born around 440 AD, is one of the foremost Fathers of the Christian church. A Roman, and a Benedictine monk, he was missional at heart, and is responsible for gospel evangelism to Britain. He become the 64th Pope of the Catholic Church and was called “Servant of the Servants.” His antiphonal arrangements have been aptly named, Gregorian Chants.