John Goodman (Jesuit)

John Goodman (Jesuit)

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John Goodman was a Jesuit priest in England. He was jailed and sentenced to death under an Elizabethan penal law which made it illegal for Jesuits to be in England. He was granted a reprieve by Charles I but was questioned by the Long Parliament. Charles I did not interfere and Parliament was content to let Goodman die in prison in 1645.

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References

  • Austin Woolrych, Britain in Revolution. (New York : Oxford University Press, 2002).





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