Book of Saints – James Hudson


(Blessed) Martyr (November 28) (16th century) A native of Yorkshire, who had studied at Reims, and there been ordained priest. He returned to England and forthwith did his utmost to make known the truth of the Catholic Faith to his fellow-countrymen. After one year of missionary labour, he was seized and condemned to death. On the morning of his Martyrdom he loudly declared that to be the most joyous day of his life. He suffered at York, A.D. 1582. His name is sometimes given as James Thompson.

MLA Citation

  • Monks of Ramsgate. “James Hudson”. Book of Saints, 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 20 October 2013. Web. 21 February 2019. <>