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The Protestant Revolution in England - Part 2 of 5 - St. John Fisher, Bishop and Martyr
Michael Davies
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  Saint John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester, and the heroic defender of the Papacy under King Henry VIII, was the only bishop who remained united to Rome after the Anglican schism. He was slaughtered by Henry VIII for his fidelity and remains a witness to Romanism for England. He was the greatest and most saintly representative of the Church in England at that time. Michael Davies shows that Fisher, a great theologian, prelate, and courtier understood that Henry's reforms were no ordinary political battle with Rome. Hence, he fought them and knew that he must die for the Faith. Taken from: Protestant Rebellion and Catholic Reform (1517-1648) - 1997 VonHildebrand Institute



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