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“The choir shall henceforth sing or say no anthems of our Lady or other Saints, but only of our Lord, and then not in Latin; but choosing out the best and most sounding to Christian religion they shall turn the same into English, setting thereunto a plain and distinct note for every syllable one: they shall sing them and none other.”
— 1548 Edict of King Edward VI (a heretic) for Lincoln Cathedral

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Faith Of Our Fathers (Movie)
published 30 September 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

Maestro Charles Cole has pointed us to a beautiful film about the English Martyrs:


The English Martyrs inspired the Campion Missal (which includes hymns written by English Martyrs, like St. Thomas More) as well as the Mass Setting in honor of the English Martyrs.