John Fisher - (1460 - 1535) born at Beverley, Yorkshire - recognized as one of the leading theologians of Europe - St. John Fisher, a English Catholic scholastic, cardinal and martyr, was executed at the order of King Henry VIII during the English Reformation because of his refusal to accept the king as head of the Church of England. He also opposed the King Henry’s divorce proceedings against his wife Catherine and resisted the encroachment of Henry on the Church.

John Fisher - (1460 - 1535) born at Beverley, Yorkshire - recognized as one of the leading theologians of Europe - St. John Fisher, a English Catholic scholastic, cardinal and martyr, was executed at the order of King Henry VIII during the English Reformation because of his refusal to accept the king as head of the Church of England. He also opposed the King Henry’s divorce proceedings against his wife Catherine and resisted the encroachment of Henry on the Church.

#RobinWilliams as Parry in "The Fisher King", one of my favorites. We had just watched it again last night!  R.I.P. Robin http://oztvreviews.com/2014/08/robin-williams-comedy-king/

#RobinWilliams as Parry in "The Fisher King", one of my favorites. We had just watched it again last night! R.I.P. Robin http://oztvreviews.com/2014/08/robin-williams-comedy-king/

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The King Fisher of Wires

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The Fisher King [Blu-ray] [English] [1991]

The Fisher King [Blu-ray] [English] [1991]

Africa | The King of Buganda, Mutebi II, is carried by men from the Buffalo Clan, his traditional bearers, and shown to his people.  To the cheering of some 20'000 Baganda, who cried out "Wangaala Kabaka" (Long Live the King), the king greeted his subjects to the pounding of giant drums and shrill ululations of women.  Uganda. | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Africa | The King of Buganda, Mutebi II, is carried by men from the Buffalo Clan, his traditional bearers, and shown to his people. To the cheering of some 20'000 Baganda, who cried out "Wangaala Kabaka" (Long Live the King), the king greeted his subjects to the pounding of giant drums and shrill ululations of women. Uganda. | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

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Percival is brought into the castle of the Fisher King were he sees the Grail. Had Percival been wise enough to ask he would have obtained everything he wanted but instead he left with nothing. This picture shows the wounded Fisher King with an image of the Holy Grail.

Percival is brought into the castle of the Fisher King were he sees the Grail. Had Percival been wise enough to ask he would have obtained everything he wanted but instead he left with nothing. This picture shows the wounded Fisher King with an image of the Holy Grail.

Victims of Henry VIII: More, Fisher and Three Monks

Victims of Henry VIII: More, Fisher and Three Monks

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