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Blessed Roger Cadwallador
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In 1610 – dangerous times to be a Catholic – Blessed Roger Cadwallador from Hereford was condemned as a Catholic priest and was hung, drawn and quartered. His life and death shine a light on his faith and his attractive, cheerful character.
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