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And with your gift of $100 or more today, we’d like to send you a signed copy of John Fisher and Thomas More: Keeping Their Souls While Losing Their Heads by Robert J. Conrad, Jr., which retells the narratives of Bishop John Fisher and Thomas More, both executed by King Henry VIII. According to Conrad, rather than being staunch adherents of their own desires, More and Fisher were devoted servants of the true God, guided by His Word and the Church. Their mutual belief centered on the notion that God embodied truth, with His Church serving as a beacon of truthfulness.

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