Bristol, Ancient Diocese of


Bristol, Ancient Diocese of
Bristol, Ancient Diocese of
This English diocese, which takes its very origin from measures directed against the Church, has a very brief Catholic history, for it only had one bishop acknowledged by the Holy See

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