Our Lady of Aberdeen : more Reformation exile activity

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http://www.rambulation.com/2013/07/feast-day-of-our-lady-of-aberdeen-9.html

interesting and part and parcel of our themes of English exile activity during the Reformation. As in the case of Spain, many images were smuggled outside England during the years after the break with Rome.

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About bemonzon

Historian, Educator. My areas of interest are medieval Spain and England, the history of medieval women, Catholicism, popular religion and Anglo-Spanish relations.
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2 Responses to Our Lady of Aberdeen : more Reformation exile activity

  1. Tigga Wild says:

    Here in St Andrews, Fife there has been for the last few years a Rosary Procession led by a statue of Our Lady of Aberdeen. For the last 2 years we have had permission to walk the length of the main street with Police holding back the traffic!!!

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  2. bemonzon says:

    That is great to know……keeping it Catholic in England is ever so necessary

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