This is the last daily post in the NaBloPoMo Challenge (what a name!) and I thought I would cheer myself up by remembering a beautiful Sunday, just a month ago.
In the 1100s Henry II granted a charter to the Sisters in charge of the Hospital of St James for leprosy sufferers, in the parish of St Margaret’s, Westminster. (Fascinating Gresham Lecture on Medieaval Hospitals here.) The Hospital may have dated … Continued