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The unnamed cleric was buried with a chalice and paten.
His teacher suggests that it could be a lost Neolithic henge, hidden beneath the English countryside.
It took two fires, two restorations, and half a millennium for this masterpiece to go on full display.
The 14th-century remains of the place of worship were found on St. Catherine's Hill, also know as Drakehull or "The Hill of the Dragon."
Virtual tour was planned long before pandemic, but now is helping millions pray and find consolation.
These relics are the oldest remains yet discovered of an English saint and royal relative.
The rare find was released to modern-day Dominicans for interment and a memorial service.
The loan from the Vatican comes to honor the 850th anniversary of his martyrdom.
Overroads is safe, for now.
King Richard II made the first dedication in 1381. English religious leader speaks of new "national challenges."