First Things: Latimer and Ridley Are Forgotten A Protestant understanding of England’s martyrs by Peter Hitchens
Hidden in the northern suburbs of Oxford are the last traces of a path first trodden by multitudes of country folk hurrying to see the burning of the Protestant martyrs Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley on October 16, 1555, and trudging home afterward. For some years I lived very close to this track, . . . .
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In the Byzantine Rite, Pentecost is also called Trinity Sunday, but is there any Sunday that is not Trinity Sunday? We remember the Resurrection on Sunday, but do we not acknowledge the giving of the Holy Spirit in the Eucharist as well?