The Place of History in the Patrimony

One of the things that the Patrimony brings to the English-speaking Catholic Church is a sense of history. Most Catholics in the UK are well aware of Recusant history – but not so much of that of the High Church or the later Anglo-Catholic movement. Contrariwise, many Anglicans and other English-speakers will not be aware of the Recusant history in Britain or America to which they are now heir. Many on both sides will be completely unaware of the Cavalier and Jacobite movements that united the forebears of both.  Here follows a relatively random selection of sites to help us become aware of both. Obviously, listing here does not mean edorsement of the views of the sites. As with all else, Caveat lector!

Anglo-Catholic History Society

Anglo-Catholic Socialism

Anglican History: Project Canterbury

Supremacy and Survival: The English Reformation

The English Catholic History Association

The Scottish Catholic Historical Association

The American Catholic Historical Association

The American Catholic Historical Society

Historical Society of the Episcopal Church

Canadian Catholic Historical Association

Australian Catholic Historical Society

King Henry VI

The Richard III Society

The Henry Tudor Society

Katharine of Aragon

The Pilgrimage of Grace

The Prayer Book Rebellion

Queen Mary I

The Northern Rebellion

The Marie Stuart Society

Mary Queen of Scots

British Civil Wars Project

The Society of King Charles the Martyr

The Society of King Charles the Martyr, American Region

The Ark and Dove Society

Marquis of Montrose Society

Bonnie Dundee 1689

The Jacobite Heritage

The Jacobite Studies Trust

The Royal Stuart Society

Your adventures are just beginning!

About Charles A. Coulombe

I am a Catholic Historical speaker and author.
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One Response to The Place of History in the Patrimony

  1. matthewthewayfarer says:

    Thanks Charles! YU DA MAN!

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