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The oldest known Christian burial site in England yields precious artifacts

Included among the treasures were the first complete remains of an Anglo-Saxon lyre ever discovered.

Gloucester Cathedral, the location site of the Harry Potter movies

Many scenes of the popular saga have been filmed inside the 1,300-year-old Gloucester Cathedral.

Bishops survey Catholics to find personal relevance of the Bible

The questionnaire comes before a year-long celebration of the scriptures.

British car wash app flags nearly 1,000 cases of modern slavery

The free app launched by the Church of England and the Catholic Church invites users to report suspected slave labor.

Small hole in the ground leads to mysterious English cavern with possible ties to Crusades

It is popularly believed that the cave was originally used by the Knights Templar.

Church of England: Sunday services at every church are no longer compulsory

"Times are changing -- it is not just about a shortage of clergy but also the fact that people work on a Sunday," said the Rev. Rose Hudson-Wilkin.

Archaeologists look for “missing” monastery under English bus station

A dig will soon take place to discover the remains of Whitefriars, a Carmelite monastery in Gloucester.

Take this tour and visit northern England’s Catholic past

From Durham Cathedral to York’s “Bar Convent,” the north part of England is a treasure trove of Catholics sites.

The secret “priest holes” of England

In Queen Elizabeth I's time, being a Catholic priest was a crime punishable by death... Helping one was almost as bad.

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