St. Cunigunde's Church (Whittenside)

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St. Cunigunde's Church
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[[User:Warpath890|CarlosMencia]] (talk) 02:00, 21 March 2019 (UTC)
St. Cunigunde's Church

Whittenside [81, 98]

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St. Cunigunde's Church

Description

St. Cunigunde was the wife of Holy Roman Emperor Henry II. A virgin despite her marriage, St Cunigunde was forced to prove her virtue by walking over hot irons: a feat which she accomplished without injury. This church, dedicated to her memory, was once a site of Catholic worship until shortly after the zombie virus outbreak when the Church abandoned it in favor of more defensible structures. Around this time, it became the home of a cult called the Brotherhood of the Pure Sole. Their stated goal was to purify their spirits through emulation of St. Cunigunde. Their basic tenant: “The earth is a sinful place and those who tread upon it without divine protection are doomed to fall to its vices.” To protect themselves, they ritually scarred the soles of their feet throughout the year and participated in a festival on March 3, the day of their patroness, where they repeated her walk across the hot irons. The Brotherhood of the Pure Sole was summarily wiped out by zombies in early 2008 and the only remnants of them are their hardened, indigestible feet which were left throughout the church by their killers and remain there mumified to this day.

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