Agents of Terror: Queen Elizabeth 1st & St. Edmund Campion: Religious Freedom or Government Control. Which is the terrorist? Sarita Mirador Author
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Queens, spies, saints, heresy, torture and courage. Terrorism in the time of Queen Elizabeth 1st was a cutthroat battle between a tyrannical government and religious extremism. Good citizens were Anglican. Traitors were Catholic. Abandoning Queen Elizabeth's favor and a fast-track career in the Anglican church, Edmund Campion followed his conscience into the Catholic priesthood. As an underground priest, he risked torture and death to minister to his English flock. A role made almost impossible by the schemes of Spain, France and the Vatican to invade England and murder the Queen. Agents of Terror is a true story that challenges each reader to ask, If I faced the same choices that confronted Edmund Campion, what would I do?


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