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life and death of blessed Edmund Gennings.

John Gennings

life and death of blessed Edmund Gennings.

by John Gennings

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Published by Office of the Vice-Postulation in London .
Written in English

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  • Gennings, Edmund.

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    Get this from a library! Strange and miraculous news from St. Omers: being an account of the wonderful life and death of a popish saint and martyr, named Mr. Edmund Gennings, priest, who was executed for treason some years since: with a relation of the miracles at, and after his death. Wherein may be observed, what lying wonders the credulous papists are made to believe, both against sense. , English, Book edition: Strange and miraculous news from St. Omers [electronic resource]: being an account of the wonderful life and death of a popish saint and martyr named Mr. Edmund Gennings, priest who was executed for treason some years since: with a relation of the miracles at and after his death: wherein may be observed what.

      Edmund was arrested in for his faith, and spent his prison time arguing theology with the local Protestant bishop. Edmund was unexpectedly freed by a pardon issued by King James I. After making the Spiritual Exercises, Edmund entered the Jesuits in , and returned to Lancashire for the remaining five years of his life. The first, a martyr for the Catholic Faith, and the second, the restorer of the English province of Franciscan friars, were brothers and converts to the Gennings was born at Lichfield in ; died in London, 10 Dec., John was b. about ; d. at Douai, 12 Nov., Edmund, even in his boyhood, exhibited an unusual gravity of manners and a mystical turn of mind; when.

    The life and death of Mr. Edmund Geninges priest, crowned with martyrdome at London, the day of Nouember, in the yeare , found: DNB (Geninges, Edmund, ; catholic divine; admitted into the college at Rheims, ord. priest by papal dispensation , returned to England as a missioner; arrested at mass by. The first, a martyr for the Catholic Faith, and the second, the restorer of the English province of Franciscan friars, were brothers and converts to the Church. Edmund Gennings was born at Lichfield in ; died in London, 10 Dec., John was b. about ; d. at Douai, 12 Nov., Edmund, even in his boyhood, exhibited an unusual gravity of manners and a mystical turn of mind; when.


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book Gennings (–91) 1 - Volume 30 Issue 2 - Alison Shell. 31 Engraved portraits were included in books (e.g. Gennings’ life; Brousse's lives S.T.C. ) and as separate prints (e.g. of Campion, frontispiece to Pollen's, J.

of Allen's Briefe Historie, London ). By the s many ‘portraits’ of Jesuit martyrs were available in paintings like those at Valladolid and in engravings. You can read more about Fr. Jennings/Genings/Gennings, Swithun Wells, and the raid on his house in this book from the time, The Life and Death of Mr.

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Edmund Geninges. Add comment December 10th, Headsman. Catholic priest Edmund Geninges (also Gennings, or Jennings) was executed on this date inalong with the layman Swithburne Welles, whose home played host to Geninges’s final Mass.

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Edmund and John Gennings Gennings, EDMUND AND JOHN, the first, a martyr for the Catholic Faith, and the second, the restorer of the English province of Franciscan friars, were brothers and converts to the Church. Edmund Gennings was born at Lichfield in ; died. Blessed John Mason was an ordinary Catholic layman, a servant in Oxfordshire, working at the house of a Mr.

Owen. On November 7,he attended a Mass said at Swithin Well’s house (in Holborn, London) by St. Edmund Gennings, a Catholic convert who’d been ordained at Douay. Showing posts with label St. Edmund Gennings. Show all posts.

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