Miracles in the Middle Ages

The small city of Hereford became one of England’s most important pilgrim sites due to the many miracles attributed to a local saint.

St Mary’s church, Credenhill, Herefordshire. 14th-century window with St Thomas de Cantilupe on the right alongside St Thomas Becket

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