|Not the best photo, but the chapel of Our Lady of Africa in the Nat'l Basilica|
He accepted the job of bishop (and all the accessories like the mitre, crozier, and ring) in 1062. You probably know that William the Tanner's Bastard invaded England and stole King Harold's crown that year. Wulfstan was one of the few English bishops to keep his job; most were replaced by Normans or French. Perhaps it was because of his attitude toward the new regime: "This is a scourge of God for our sins, which we must bear with patience."