St. Edmund Campion (1540-1581)
Edmund was the brilliant son of a bookseller. When Queen Elizabeth I offered him a position in the Church of England, he refused, fled to the continent, and joined the Jesuits. After he was ordained a priest in 1578, he returned to England as a missionary, where he was arrested, imprisoned, tortured and killed in the Tower of London.

Reflections from the Saints

I am a Catholic man and a priest; in that Faith I have lived, and in that Faith do I intend to die. If you esteem my Religion treason, then I am guilty.
– St. Edmund Campion