St. Etheldreda's Church - A Medieval Church
St. Etheldreda's Church in London is the oldest Catholic church in all England. One of only two buildings in the city still in existence from the reign of King Edward I, it is a medieval place of worship with a unique character and history.
From the mid 13th century to the mid 16th century it was the town chapel of the Bishops of Ely and was at one time one of London's most influential places. The chapel of St. Etheldreda's took its name from the English saint Etheldreda.
For more information go to St Etheldreda's Church website
Pictured Above: A photograph taken inside St. Etheldreda's Church London. Note the orb towards the bottom right hand corner of the picture.
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