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Topic: Henry VIII

Morning Catholic must-reads: 25/11/13

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A sad reminder of the art lost in the years after the Reformation

A new exhibition at Tate Britain highlights the scale of destruction to artworks in the Tudor period – a staggering amount of books and music were also destroyed

Like Richard III, Henry VII’s reputation is sullied by the disappearance of the two princes

There is no evidence of endowments set up to pay for prayers for the princes – Henry may have been scared of inspiring a religious cult

The bodies might be gone but the Tudor appetite for desecration still chills the blood

The fate of James IV of Scots seems to point to a tradition that left the Tudors inured to the mistreatment of the dead

I was wrong and uncharitable to suggest that the Pope should not be meeting Archbishop Welby. But about our relationship with Anglicanism I got it right

Above all, ARCIC is the institutionalisation of the indifferentism which has so weakened faith in the parishes since the Sixties

Richard III: not as nasty as you thought?

Should the last king killed in battle be given a Catholic burial in Westminster?