Saint Thomas More
Described as "A Man for All Seasons," Thomas More, Lord Chancellor of England in the 16th Century, is one of history's most admired figures. An outstanding lawyer, author, judge and diplomat, he rose to the highest office in England, next to the King. Yet, he chose death rather than betray his conscience. Moments before he was beheaded for his faith, he humbly described himself as "the King's good servant, but God's first."
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