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My thanks to The Guardian for their mention!

On Tuesday, July 26, The Guardian had an article on the discovery of the old Spanish fort of San Marcos in South Carolina which is now a golf course. 374 more words


Wassy: massacre catholique

Wassy : massacre catholique

Gruß Gott !

Des catholiques fervents, gênés par les chants protestants, manifestent leur mécontentement.

Publicroire.com / Un jour dans l’histoire / Massacre de Wassy / Internet: … 637 more words

The Le Roux story

Let me tell you a little story. Exactly half my lifetime ago, I sat on a French TGV train a lot like this one I’m on now. 541 more words

What's Dominique Up To?

Casuistry, or how to sin without sinning


The Fragmentation of the Western Church

When Antonio Escobar y Mendoza (1589 – 4 July 1669) published his Summula casuum conscientiæ (1627), the handbook of casuistry, the Roman Church had been severely fragmented.  1,614 more words



It was hot, we had walked at La Motte, and the priority was a beer!

Then we visited the Huguenot Memorial and Museum. The flight of Protestants from… 123 more words


How did they survive?

Whilst Tina works her socks off with newly commissioned research, I’ve been tracing our French Huguenot Pillars’, I’ve been meaning to do so since I was kindly given the printouts from a very distant cousin at least a couple of years ago. 489 more words


Hann. Münden to Beverungen

Benedictine Monastery in Bursfelde

Halfway on our route to Beverungen we will visit the Benedictine Monastery in Bursfelde and have a look inside. The monastery was founded in 1093 by… 327 more words

Cycle: Weser River Bike Trail