Tudor Connections at Peterborough Cathedral – The Reformation

The Nave of Peterborough Cathedral, looking East Background to the Reformation The Reformation was a time of huge political and religious upheaval in 16th Century England. It began from the first movement of King Henry VIII to annul his marriage to Katharine of Aragon in 1527, and gathered momentum as Henry appealed to the Pope… Read More Tudor Connections at Peterborough Cathedral – The Reformation

Tudor Connections at Peterborough Cathedral – Katharine of Aragon

The West Front of Peterborough Cathedral The Cathedral Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Andrew, Peterborough Cathedral is a glorious mostly Norman cathedral based in the heart of Peterborough, East Anglia. There has been worship on this site for ca. 1360 years and it has seen the burial of two Queen’s of England, Katharine… Read More Tudor Connections at Peterborough Cathedral – Katharine of Aragon