English Benedictine monk who is venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church.
Ancient Christian symbol for the Church.
Convent in the Spanish Netherlands (now in northern France), founded in 1607 by Mary Ward, a community of English nuns of the Order of St Clare. Commonly called the Poor Clares.
Protestant priest who became a martyr, after his execution in 1555 as a result of the Marian Persecutions during the reign of Queen Mary I.
Schools set up by Anglican clergy and their local supporters, initially run by single teachers using the monitorial system.
Hideous beast whose number is 666, introduced in the Book of Revelation, which many have seen as a description of the end of the world.