He was never canonized in the first place so you can not undo something that was never done to begin with. His cult was supressed many centuries ago by the pope. Canonization is considered an infalible act of the pope and can not be undone. However, a saint who was never formally canonized can be 'de-sainted' by having their cult supressed.
St. Christopher was not 'decanonized' but was removed from the Calendar of Saints in 1969. However, his cult has not been suppressed. The Church felt that Christopher was more a part of the Eastern church tradition and less of the Western Church.
William Tyndale did not reform the Catholic Church, he left it and was excommunicated as a heretic.
William Tyndale preached against the roman catholic church.
Methodist-Episcopal Church of Norwich was created in 1873.
William Joseph Amherst has written: 'The history of Catholic emancipation and the progress of the Catholic church in the British isles' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Catholic emancipation, History
No, they are Anglican. Kate was born a Catholic but had to convert to the Church of England to marry William.
He went to a Catholic Church in S tradford England
William E. North has written: 'Catholic education in Southern California' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Church and education, Education
William Henley Jervis has written: 'The Gallican Church' -- subject(s): Church history, Catholic Church, Church and state
William Greaney has written: 'A guide to St. Chad's Cathedral Church, Bath Street, Birmingham' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Birmingham (England)
William James Callahan has written: 'The Catholic Church in Spain, 1875-1998' -- subject(s): 19th century, 20th century, Catholic Church, Church history, History, Spain
William Gordon Wheeler has written: 'In truth and love' -- subject(s): Catholic Church, Church of England