Saint Edmund, King and Martyr
"On Christmas Day 855, 14-year-old Saint Edmund was acclaimed king of Norfolk by the ruling men and clergy of that county. The following year the leaders of Suffolk also made him their king.
For 15 years Edmund ruled over the East Angles with what all acknowledged as Christian dignity and justice. He himself seems to have modelled his piety on that of King David in the Old Testament, becoming especially proficient in reciting the Psalms in public worship."
Question for thought:
1) What inspiration can you take from the account of St Edmund?