St. Egwin (8th century)
Egwin was a Benedictine monk and a bishop of Worcester. His zeal for ecclesiastical discipline aroused false accusations against him. He made a pilgrimage to Rome in order to vindicate himself with the pope. According to legend he locked shackles on his feet and threw the key into a river. On his arrival the key was found in the belly of a fish he bought in the market. Reinstated by the pope, he returned to England and founded an abbey.

Reflections from the Saints

We ought to be persuaded that what God refuses to our prayer, He grants to our salvation.
– St. Augustine