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Book Corner: The King's Pearl by Melita Thomas

Mary Tudor has always been known as ‘Bloody Mary’, the name given to her by later Protestant chroniclers who vilified her for attempting to re-impose Roman Catholicism in England.

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English History

Henry VIII’s Last Execution & His Daughter-in-Law

About a year ago we covered the early Howards, including John, 1st Duke of Norfolk who saw his rise through the Yorkist kings, and his son, Thomas, Earl of Surrey, who managed to work his way into the favor of Henry VII. 5,616 more words

The House Of Tudor

The Last Plantagenet: Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury

The life of Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury is likely familiar to those who enjoy studying the Tudors, but for those who don’t, it is a story that perfectly exemplifies several realities of life outside the very center of the Royal Family. 3,935 more words

The House Of Tudor

Letter from Katherine of Aragon to her Daughter Mary – 1534

For some time, Mary, eldest daughter of King Henry VIII, had been separated from her mother Katherine of Aragon and was forbidden to have any contact with her on the orders of her father. 900 more words

Medieval History

Interesting Tudor Links

Ok – time to add to the blog organisation. Thought I would make Wednesday the day I share great links that I have found that are not necessarily related to what I’m writing: just stuff I like. 464 more words

Book Review: “Mary I: England’s Catholic Queen” by John Edwards

This book is one volume in the outstanding Yale English Monarchs series and was published in 2011. This series always delivers high quality and reliable historical research. 390 more words

Book Reviews

Multicultural Issues in Counselling and their Impact on the Therapeutic Process


Saturday 27th Jan 2018

10am – 5pm

Mary Immaculate College


This workshop is an opportunity for trainees, practicing counsellors, psychotherapists and aligned health professionals to explore the multicultural aspects of therapeutic work with clients from various cultures and traditions. 106 more words

January 2018