uCatholic, Billy Ryan: Exiled to France after being deposed by a Protestant coup, could James II, the last Catholic King of England, become a saint?
“If occasion were, I hope God would give me his grace to suffer death for the true Catholic religion.” – King James II of England
The last Catholic of England wasn’t always so. It was during his exile in France, while the Commonwealth ruled and the Monarchy was naught, that he had his first inclinations to the Faith being exposed to the Church’s rich tradition and beliefs. More here.