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St Edmund Campion’s Martyrdom

[Edmund Campion] was arraigned and indicted on 4 November 1581 at Westminster with treason -having conspired ‘to raise a sedition in the realm and dethrone the Queen.’ The trial was held on 20th November 1581. Continuing from PART ONE: [PART … Continue reading

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Feast of Saint Edmund Campion (1st December)

[PART ONE] Penal Times: The Early Life and Arrest of St Edmund Campion From ‘Venite Prandete’ on Facebook Edmund Campion was the son of “very honest and Catholic” parents. He was born on the feast of St Paul, 25 January … Continue reading

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Ireland’s ‘Mass Rocks’ Are Becoming Popular Again

Some time ago I published a short article on CP&S with an engraving of a Mass rock from an old Irish missal. It was at these secret hidden Mass rocks that the Irish faithful were able to attend Holy Mass … Continue reading

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