My function is to invade souls, not to meddle in temporal invasions - Saint John Boste.

Saint John Boste was born in Dufton Westmoreland in 1544. He attended Queen’s College, Oxford. He became the first headmaster to serve under Queen Elizabeth l.  He converted to Catholicism and was received into the Church in 1576. After leaving England he was ordained a priest in Rheims in 1581. Saint John Boste returned to England as a missionary priest. He evaded arrest for ten years. After a betrayal, he was finally arrested. He was found hiding behind a fireplace after celebrating a forbidden Mass. He was taken to the Tower of London and interrogated on the rack. He was then hung, drawn and quartered while reciting the Angelus prayer. (Catholic Faith Patron Saints)