Saint Philip Howard th Earl of Arundel English nobleman Howard became Catholic during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I He spent ten years in the Tower of London although charges of high treason were never proved He asked the Queen as he lay dying of dysentery to allow him to see his wife and his baby son who had never seen The Queen told him that if he would return to Protestantism his request would be granted Howard refused He was acclaimed as a Catholic Martyr and was canonised by Pope Paul VI in
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