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Catholicism in the South dates back to the 1500s, and remains strong today.
Henrietta Maria, the wife of King Charles I, tried to convert as many English people as she could and scandalized the locals by praying for Catholic martyrs.
Despite its sober Gothic exterior, the Church of Saint Francis holds one of the finest examples of a Baroque interior.
The Anglo-Saxons came to Britain at around the same time the Romans were on their way out. This is what their prayers must have sounded like.
Beards have a long story in the Bible, canon law and tradition. It’s a love-hate relationship, it seems.
Although Augustine is considered the founder of English Christianity, Christians had existed in the British Isles centuries before his arrival.
It is said the authorities involved agreed on building “a church so big they think we are crazy.”
And it’s an anonymous treatise the Church Fathers held in the highest esteem.
Coffee was considered “the Devil’s Drink” until Clement VIII tried it.
Less celebrated but more often viewed is Spain's Sudarium.