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Anthony Page (priest)

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Blessed Anthony Page
Born1563
Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex,
Died30 April 1593[1]
York
Venerated inRoman Catholicism
Beatified22 November on 1987, Rome by Pope Pope John Paul II
Feast4 May

Anthony Page (1563 – April 1593) was an English Catholic priest. He is a Catholic martyr, beatified in 1987.

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Life

Page was born at Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex, in 1563. He was of gentle birth and matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford on 23 November 1581. He entered the English College, Reims on 30 September 1584 along with Joseph Lambton, and received minor orders in April 1585. He was ordained deacon at Laon on 22 September 1590, and priest at Soissons on 21 September 1591. Anthony Champney, who was his contemporary at Reims, in his manuscript history of the reign of Elizabeth I of England, as quoted by Richard Challoner, describes him as describes him "of more than common learning and piety, and as having endeared himself to all by his singular candour of mind and sweetness of behaviour."[2]

On Candlemas 1593, there was a great search for priests ordered in the north, and he was found at Heworth Manor near York, in a hiding place at the bottom of a haystack.[3] He was condemned for being a priest, under 27 Eliz., c. 2., and was hanged, drawn, and quartered at York in 30 April 1593.[4]

Anthony Page was beatified by Pope John Paul II on 22 November 1987 as one of the Eighty-five martyrs of England and Wales, whose feast day is 4 May.[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ Unpublished Documents Relating to the English Martyrs. Pollen, John Hungerford., Vol. 5, Catholic Record Society, 1908, p. 293
  2. ^ Wainewright, John. "Venerable Anthony Page". The Catholic Encyclopedia Vol. 11. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1911. Retrieved 2 February 2019
  3. ^ "Father Holtby's Account of Three Martyrs", The Catholics of York Under Elizabeth, (John Morris, ed.), Burns and Oates, 1891, p. 221 This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.
  4. ^ The Book of Saints Watkins, Basil. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015ISBN 9780567664150
  5. ^ Walsh, Michael J., A New Dictionary of Saints, p. 56 Liturgical Press, 2007, ISBN 9780814631867
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