Prof. Micheline White speaks to Mary Hines of CBC Radio’s “Tapestry” about Catherine Parr, Queen Elizabeth I and their hand in the Book of Common Prayer.

The Anglican Book of Common Prayer has long been thought to be the work of men only, but a startling discovery has up-ended that thinking, with news that not one, but two Queens had a hand in the Prayer to the Monarch.

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Publisher CBC Radio (Tapestry)
Interviewee M. White (Micheline)
Citation
How two Queens revolutionized the Book of Common Prayer. (2015). How two Queens revolutionized the Book of Common Prayer. CBC Radio (Tapestry).

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