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St John Fisher, Martyr: “The life of man here is only for a while”

St. John Fisher was born in Beverly, Yorkshire, in 1459, and educated at Cambridge, from which he received his Master of Arts degree in 1491. He occupied the vicarage of Northallerton, 1491-1494; then he became proctor of Cambridge University. In 1497, … Continue reading

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Michael Davies – The History of Modernism

In light of the increase of all that the heresies of Modernism encompass under Pope Francis, this audio talk by the eminent author and historian, Michael Davies (RIP), becomes compulsive listening.   Mr. Davies gives a historical account of the roots … Continue reading

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