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turbulent priest a life of St. Thomas of Canterbury. by Piers Compton

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Published by Staples Press in London .
Written in English


  • Thomas, à Becket, Saint, 1118?-1170

Book details:

LC ClassificationsDA209.T4 C6 1957
The Physical Object
Pagination153 p.
Number of Pages153
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6233857M
LC Control Number57035833

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  Turbulent Priest Description: Pen portrait of a man in clerical dress (probably Thomas Beckett) being hit on the head with a sword, from a book of treasury receipts. Date: c Our Catalogue Reference: E 36/ This image is from the collections of The National Archives. Feel free to share it within the spirit of the : 11K. Turbulent priest To conservatives, he's a serpent in the bosom of the church. But beneath the media umbrage is a deeper insecurity - that the Godless morality he identifies in his new book is Author: Guardian Staff. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Compton, Piers, Turbulent priest. London, Staples Press [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Thomas, à Becket.   Prior to the Reformation, it was customary to call priests ‘Sir’ (meaning ‘senior’ or ‘elder’) followed by the priest’s Christian name (see, for example, The Voices of Morebath by Eamon Duffy, , a book which traces the history of the church in one English parish through the turbulent events of the sixteenth century).