In his general audience yesterday the Pope spoke about Bl. John Duns Scotus, who was, of course, one of the outstanding products of late thirteenth century Oxford and the Franciscan school here. The Pope's speech can be found here.
Modern monument to Duns Scotus in St Mary's church in the High here in Oxford. Photo from Catholic Oxford
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