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Call to Action!

March 27th, 2018|0 Comments

Call to Action! The Wilton Justice group organised two events during Lent, both calling us to action. The

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  • Saint Edmund, King and Martyr

    For 15 years Saint King Edmund ruled over the East Angles with what all acknowledged as Christian dignity and justice until being martyred by invading Danes for refusing to ban Christianity in his realm. Saint Edmund remains the only English sovereign until the time of King Charles I to die for religious beliefs. Along with St. George, St. Edmund is the Patron Saint of England. The post Saint Edmund, King and Martyr appeared first on uCatholic. […]

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