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Two years later, Campion welcomed Queen Elizabeth to the university, and won her lasting regard. He was selected to lead a public debate in front of the Queen. By the time the Queen had left Oxford, Campion had earned the patronage of the powerful William Cecil and also the Earl of Leicestertipped by some to be future husband of the young Queen.
When Sir Thomas Whitethe founder of the college, was buried init fell to Campion to give the Latin oration. Rejecting Anglicanism[ edit ] Religious difficulties then arose; but at the persuasion of Richard CheyneyBishop of Gloucesteralthough holding Catholic doctrines, he received Holy Orders in as a deacon in the Anglican Church.
Inwardly "he took a remorse of conscience and detestation of mind. Ireland — [ edit ] Campion was appointed tutor to Richard Stanihurstson of James Stanyhurstthe Speaker of the Irish House of Commonsand attended the first session of the House of Commons, which included the prorogation.
For some three months he eluded his pursuers, going by the name "Mr Patrick" and occupying himself by writing A Historie of Ireland. Douai — [ edit ] In the year ofCampion left Ireland in secret and escaped to Douai in the Low Countries now France where he was reconciled to the Catholic Church and received the Eucharist that he had denied himself for the past twelve years.
He entered the English College founded by William Allen. Campion found himself reunited with Oxford friends. He was to teach rhetoric while there and finish studying for the degree of Bachelor of Divinitywhich was granted him by the University of Douai on 21 January He received minor orders after this and was ordained sub-deacon.
He was assigned to the Austrian Province as there was not yet an English province of the Jesuits and began his two-year novitiate at Brunn now Brno in Moravia. He was ordained deacon and priest by Anthony BrusO. Robert Persons who, as superior, was intended to counterbalance his own fervour and impetuousness.
He had been surprised to learn that he was chosen to take part in the mission, and expressed the fear that he lacked constitutional courage. Before embarking, the members of the mission were embarrassed to receive news of a landing by papal-sponsored forces in the Irish province of Munster in support of the Irish rebel James Fitzmaurice Fitzgerald.
They also learned that a letter detailing their party and mission had been intercepted and that they were expected in England. Pounde rode in haste after Campion and explained the need for Campion to write a brief declaration of the true causes of his coming.
He led a hunted life, administering the sacraments and preaching to Catholics in BerkshireOxfordshireNorthamptonshireand Lancashire. It caused great sensation, and the hunt for Campion was stepped up.
On his way to Norfolkhe stopped at Lyford Grange, the house of a certain Francis Yatethen in Berkshirewhere he preached on 14 July and the following day, by popular request.
He replied that he did, and was offered his freedom, wealth and honours, including a possibility of the Archbishopric of Canterbury, : Although still suffering from the effects of his torture, and allowed neither time nor books for preparation, he reportedly conducted himself so easily and readily that "even the spectators in the court looked for an acquittal".
Trial, sentence and execution[ edit ] The trial was held on 20 November After hearing the pleadings for three hours, the jury deliberated an hour before delivering its verdict: He answered the verdict: In condemning us, you condemn all your own ancestors, all our ancient bishops and kings, all that was once the glory of England — the island of saints, and the most devoted child of the See of Peter.
Lord Chief Justice Wray read the sentence: And God have mercy on your souls. After spending his last days in prayer he was dragged with two fellow priests, Fathers Ralph Sherwin and Alexander Briantto Tyburn where the three were hanged, drawn and quartered on 1 December Campion was 41 years of age.
His feast day is celebrated on 1 December, the day of his martyrdom. Schools named for Campion[ edit ].This set is mostly taken out of the table of contents in the Norton Anthology of English Literature.
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