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1555: Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley, Oxford martyrs

The Anglican Church memorializes the feast of the Oxford Martyrs on October 16 — which also happens to be the date in 1555 that the first and second of those Reformation prelates went to the stake in that city. The Oxford Martyrs are three in all, a proper trilogy; the last in chronology if not […]
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