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In London, at a public place called Guildhall, Catholic prisoners were being examined. The chief interrogator, proceeding methodically, asked one of the prisoners if he recognized that Elizabeth was the Queen of England, even though she had been excommunicated by the pope. The prisoner, carefully weighing his words, admitted that Elizabeth was the Queen, and, …

In London, at a public place called Guildhall, Catholic prisoners were being examined. The chief interrogator, proceeding methodically, asked one of the prisoners if he recognized that Elizabeth was the Queen of England, even though she had been excommunicated by the pope. The prisoner, carefully weighing his words, admitted that Elizabeth was the Queen, and, …

Black and white 1900 image of 7 Plateau culture area women and 2 small children, standing and sitting in a group facing the photographer, in an open area near Waterville, Douglas County, WA. They wear European clothing, and one woman has a trade blanket draped over her shoulders. Two saddle bags are on the ground in front, and another blanket, possibly a Pendleton, cloth items, and metal pans are on the ground behind the group. Creation Date: 1900 - Washington State Historical Society

Black and white 1900 image of 7 Plateau culture area women and 2 small children, standing and sitting in a group facing the photographer, in an open area near Waterville, Douglas County, WA. They wear European clothing, and one woman has a trade blanket draped over her shoulders. Two saddle bags are on the ground in front, and another blanket, possibly a Pendleton, cloth items, and metal pans are on the ground behind the group. Creation Date: 1900 - Washington State Historical Society

The Crusades are one of the most misunderstood events in Western and Church history.  The very word “crusades” conjures negative images in our modern world of bloodthirsty and greedy European nobles embarked on a conquest of peaceful Muslims.  The Crusades are considered by many to be one of the “sins” the Christian Faith has committed …

The Crusades are one of the most misunderstood events in Western and Church history. The very word “crusades” conjures negative images in our modern world of bloodthirsty and greedy European nobles embarked on a conquest of peaceful Muslims. The Crusades are considered by many to be one of the “sins” the Christian Faith has committed …

Vintage Blog | Charles Dana Gibson “Their First Quarrel (1914)” man and woman turn their backs on one another and turn their attention to their books

Vintage Blog | Charles Dana Gibson “Their First Quarrel (1914)” man and woman turn their backs on one another and turn their attention to their books

Steve Weidenkopf, author of "The Real Story of the Crusades" has an article here on the Crusades called "Conquest, Desecration, and Phony History"

Steve Weidenkopf, author of "The Real Story of the Crusades" has an article here on the Crusades called "Conquest, Desecration, and Phony History"

Frederick, Prince of Wales, Instructions for my Son George, 1749. Royal Archives / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

Frederick, Prince of Wales, Instructions for my Son George, 1749. Royal Archives / © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

"A History of the Catholic Church" by Mourrett-Thompson, 8 vols.--Best Church history I have ever found. FREE PDF of Volume One: https://ia701209.us.archive.org/35/items/AHistoryOfTheCatholicChurch/VolumeOne.pdf

"A History of the Catholic Church" by Mourrett-Thompson, 8 vols.--Best Church history I have ever found. FREE PDF of Volume One: https://ia701209.us.archive.org/35/items/AHistoryOfTheCatholicChurch/VolumeOne.pdf

Renaissance and Regency Rummage Repository: Money and its value in Georgian and Regency England

Renaissance and Regency Rummage Repository: Money and its value in Georgian and Regency England

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