How Catholic England Became Protestant and Our Lady of Walsingham’s Return

by Toni Vercillo St. George’s Chapel, the burial place of Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Philip, was built in the 15th century and originally dedicated to, and named, Blessed Virgin Mary Chapel when England was still very much Catholic — but ‘not being Catholic’ was not a crime; a time when England was lovinglyContinue reading “How Catholic England Became Protestant and Our Lady of Walsingham’s Return”