St. Edward the Confessor

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Noun1.St. Edward the Confessor - son of Ethelred the Unready; King of England from 1042 to 1066; he founded Westminster Abbey where he was eventually buried (1003-1066)
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The topics include thoughts on some early medieval miracles, Byzantium and the Arabs: the image of he Byzantines as mirrored in Arabic literature, Anglo-Saxons and Icelanders at Byzantium with special reference to the Icelandic Saga of St. Edward the Confessor, literary evidence for the dating of the Backovo Ossuary frescoes, and Bessarion before the Council of Florence: a survey of his early writings (1423-37).
Denis Church, St. Edward the Confessor Church, the First Congregational Church of Westminster and People's Church of Ashburnham.
Camillus Church in Fitchburg where she served as a reader and Eucharistic Minister, after she moved to Westminster, she became a member of St. Edward the Confessor Church.
Perhaps being royal helped--she was related to King St. Edward the Confessor of England.
For example, Henry's plans to enhance Westminster's shrine to St. Edward the Confessor in order to boost the sacred authority of the monarchy was hampered by his debts and by civil war.