DAILY CATHOLIC    TUESDAY     April 13, 1999     vol. 10, no. 72

MILLENNIUM MILESTONES & MEMORIES: TIME CAPSULES

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Historical Events in Church Annals for April 13:

  • 1360 A.D.
  • This day is called "Black Monday" in England for the entire army of King Edward I is destroyed by an act of God during a freezing hailstorm.

  • 1534 A.D.
  • Saint Thomas More, loyal to Holy Mother Church, refuses to take the oath to Henry VIII or go along with the English revolt from Rome.

  • 1598 A.D.
  • Pope Clement VIII acknowledges Henry IV as King of France and accepts the Edict of Nantes which grants the Huguenots religious freedom, civil equality and other rights in France.

April 13, 1999 TUESDAY       volume 10, no. 72
TIME CAPSULES

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