This is Pierre de Brosse's rabbit and Our Lady loves it.
I confiscated it and said Pierre could have it back when he had finished his maths homework. He never did and never claimed his rabbit.
Since then Our Lady has looked after it.
My goodness that is a fantastic name for a pub. "I'm off for a quick pint to the Angel and Altar Cloth".
|Fear ye the Chantry Priest - for he yields the sword of justice!|
|Friends of the Suffering Souls|
And lo, there came into the land a new force, a tide of figures, enrobed in black.
All the people fled in fear before them, each to their lay-led worship service, for they had seen no such thing for many an age.
And the souls in purgatory cried out in one voice "pray for us, ye chantry priests, intercede to ease our suffering, offer ye the Masses which of old were sung for our souls!"
And the Chantry Priests fulfilled their mission, and sang to the Glory of God.
They poured the graces of the Bloodless Sacrifice of Christ into Purgatory.
And the people remembered the glories of the faith, and turned back to God and gained salvation.
Queen Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God Queen of this Realm and of Her other Realms and Territories,
Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
|Fr Bede Rowe - Chantry Priest|
|Wakefield Chantry Chapel, see link here|
|The Vaughan Chantry Chapel in Westminster Cathedral, see here|
|Henry VIII - fond of killing wives and adultery|
|Hebburn Metro Station - the Crib is not here. |
But it is a great, modern way for the Kings to arrive.