By Patrick Dawson
Queen Mary I was a devout Catholic and wanted to restore England's Church to the old Faith. In 1554 all Edwardian acts were repealed and England was back with Rome. She was continuously fought by the leaders from the Edwardian Reign. She had many of them tried for heresy and burned at the stake. This earned her the title of "Bloody Mary". She ruled for five years until her death in 1558.