Tag Archives: Reformation

England Murdered

SGET trustees were on pilgrimage to Walsingham at the weekend. Once England’s greatest shrine, miraculous site of the replica Holy House of Nazareth, and one of the five most important pilgrimage sites in the whole of Christendom, all that’s left of the great Walsingham Abbey after the crimes of the Protestant revolution is scant ruins.

Have you read William Cobbett’s History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland?

You won’t understand how England was cruelly murdered without Cobbett’s masterful explanation and recording of the great crime.

Our Lady of Walsingham, pray for us.

Former Catholic Cathedral hosts symbolic ride to Hell

A Helter Skelter fairground ride, placed in the magnificent shell of what used to be the physical abode of God in Catholic England’s most important provincial city, perfectly symbolises the chaotic descent down to Hell that apostate once-Christian nations and peoples revel in.

Enjoy the ride, but remember that God will not be mocked.

Shakespeare’s Catholicism

Shakespeare 400th anniversary death St. George's Day 2016

St. George’s Day also marked the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death on 23rd April, 1616. He was baptised on this day, 26th April, 1564.

A growing number of people are starting to become aware that England’s National Poet, Playwright and Dramatist who lived (survived) under the reign of terror of Elizabeth I, was, in fact, a Catholic who attempted to resist the spread of the New Religion of his time by means of his Plays and Poems.

Catholic Literature Professor, Dr. David Allen White, reveals why, in his many conference CD’s about Shakespeare and his Works.

Several of Shakespeare’s Works, and other classic Literature, audio-format lectures taught by Dr. David Allan White can be obtained at this link.

Shakespeare Vatican stamp