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The Blessed Thomas Abel (or Abell) (ca. 1497 – 30 July 1540) was an English priest who was martyred during the reign of Henry VIII. The place and date of his birth are unknown. He was educated at Oxford, where in 1516 he took the degree of Master of Arts, and subsequently acquired a doctorate in theology. He entered the service of Queen Catherine as her chaplain some time before 1528 and appears to have taught the queen modern languages and music. Catherine sent him to Spain in 1528 to the emperor Charles V on a mission relating to the proposed divorce. On his return she presented him with the parochial benefice of Bradwell, in Essex, and he remained to the last a staunch supporter of the unfortunate queen in the case of the validity of her marriage with Henry VIII.

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  • Tomás Abell
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  • Эйбелл, Томас
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  • Beato Tomás Abell (en inglés:Thomas Abell o Abel) (1497 - Londres, 30 de julio de 1540) fue un sacerdote inglés y capellán de Catalina de Aragón.
  • Thomas Abel (c. 1497 – 1540) foi um sacerdote católico inglês que foi martirizado durante o reinado de Henrique VIII. Em 1533, publicou a sua obra Invicta veritas.
  • Томас Эйбелл (англ. Thomas Abell, 1497 г., Англия — 30.06.1540 г., Лондон, Англия) — блаженный Римско-Католической церкви, мученик, священник.
  • The Blessed Thomas Abel (or Abell) (ca. 1497 – 30 July 1540) was an English priest who was martyred during the reign of Henry VIII. The place and date of his birth are unknown. He was educated at Oxford, where in 1516 he took the degree of Master of Arts, and subsequently acquired a doctorate in theology. He entered the service of Queen Catherine as her chaplain some time before 1528 and appears to have taught the queen modern languages and music. Catherine sent him to Spain in 1528 to the emperor Charles V on a mission relating to the proposed divorce. On his return she presented him with the parochial benefice of Bradwell, in Essex, and he remained to the last a staunch supporter of the unfortunate queen in the case of the validity of her marriage with Henry VIII.
  • Thomas Abel, auch Able, Abble oder Abell, (* um 1497; † 30. Juni 1540 in Smithfield, London) war ein englischer Geistlicher. Als Kaplan von Katharina von Aragón, der Frau von König Heinrich VIII., setzte er sich in seinen Predigten und Schriften gegen die Auflösung ihrer Ehe ein. Er wurde von Papst Leo XIII. als Mitglied einer Gruppe von 54 englischen Märtyrern am 29. Dezember 1886 seliggesprochen.
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