Monday, February 24, 2020

Blessed Robert Nutter – Saint of the Day – July 26

Blessed Robert Nutter Biography

Blessed Robert Nutter Profile. Born: 1557 AD in United Kingdom, Europe. Worked in England. Died: July 26, 1600 in Lancaster, England. Feast Day is celebrated on July 26.

The Memorial of Blessed Robert Nutter – Saint of the Day

Blessed Robert Nutter Biography, Feast Day, Date of Birth, Country of Birth, Profession, Place of Work, Date of Death, Place of Death, Beatification Date, Canonization Date

Date of Birth 1557 AD
Country of Birth United Kingdom in Europe
Matrimony/Holy Orders Blesseds who were Priests
Profession Priest
Place of Work England
Date of Death July 26, 1600
Place of Death Lancaster, England
Feast Day July 26
Beatification Beatified by Pope John Paul II
Canonization Canonized by N/A
Patron Saint of N/A

Blessed Robert Nutter Biography

Blessed Robert Nutter, brother of the blessed John Nutter. Trained in the mid-1560s at Brasenose College in Oxford, England. Seminar at English College, Reims, France. Consecrated on 21 December 1581 in Soissons, France. Return to England with blessed George Haydock to hide Catholics there. He worked for two years, for two years imprisoning and torturing him in the Tower of London, and then banishing himself to be a priest because of the crime. After a few months in France to recover, he returned to England; He was arrested almost immediately and spent nearly 15 years in prison. He joined the Dominicans in prison and was ordered by the Provincial of Portugal. In March 1600, he managed to escape, which was reconquered in May, stored at Wisbich Castle, tortured and finally hung with Blessed Edward Thwing.