An Oxford street, looking towards All Souls College and the Church of St. Mary the Virgin
Traveling with Christians broadened interests. Three 16th century martyrs burned at the stake for not accepting Rome were the Anglican bishops Latimer, Ridley and Cranmer. They were tried at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. We saw the memorial monument, which is was erected in reaction to the 19th century pro-Catholic Oxford Movement.
From Europe 1957 Selected