Standard Name: Parr, Katherine
Birth Name: Katherine Parr
Pseudonym: K. P.
Married Name: Katherine Borough
Married Name: Katherine Neville
Titled: Katherine Neville, Lady Latimer
Royal Name: Queen Katherine
Used Form: Catherine Parr
's interventions in national and ecclesiastical history in the earlier sixteenth century, at the time of the Reformation (which were more far-reaching than has often been recognised), rested on her skill in writing and her faith in the educational power of reading. She produced (besides letters) religious writings: prayers and meditations.
Parr, Katherine. “Introductory Note”. Katherine Parr, edited by Janel M. Mueller, Scolar Press; Ashgate, 1996, p. ix - xiv.
Parr, Katherine. Prayers Stirryng the Mynd unto Heavenlye Medytacions. Thomas Berthelet, 1545.
Elizabeth Oxenbridge, Lady Tyrwhit, et al. Printed Writings, 1500-1640: Part 3. Ashgate, 2003.
Parr, Katherine. The Lamentacion of a Synner. Edwarde Whitchurche.