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Dec 01 - Homily - Fr. Agnellus Murphy: Fourteen Martyrs of Oxford University

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God perfected their human nature and gave them as an example of the harmony between faith and reason.   1 December - St. EDMUND CAMPION, SJ, Martyr, Priest, Proctor of Oxford University b. London; educ. At Bluecoat School; scholar and fellow of St. John’s College, Oxford; Proctor of Oxford University; after conversion, Douay; admitted S.J. at Rome, 1573; English mission, June 1580 - August 1581. Condemned for fictitious plot in Rome and Flanders. Hung, drawn, and quartered. Martyred Tyburn, 1581. Ave Maria! Mass: Common of Many Martyrs outside Eastertide I - Form: EF, Intret Readings: 1st: wis 3:1-8 Gsp: luk 21:9-19 To Download Audio go to


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