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New Visions of Christendom: English Reformation and Catholic Reform History 101 April 7, 2010
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English Reformation and Catholic Reform The “Henrician” Reformation Protestant/Catholic The Elizabethan Settlement Catholic Reform
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The “Henrician” Reformation Henry VIII, r. 1509-1547 Tudor dynasty “Defender of the Faith,” 1521 The break with Rome, 1534 Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536) Arthur, Prince of Wales, d. 1503 Anne Boleyn, 1507-1536 Thomas Cranmer (1489-1556), Archbishop of Canterbury, 1533 Pope Clement VII, r. 1523-1534 Act of Supremacy, 1534 the “Church of England” or “Anglican Church” What kind of reformation was it? dissolution of the monasteries, 1538 English Bible in every parish, 1538 William Tyndale, c.1494-1536 The Six Articles, 1539
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Henry VIII, r. 1509-1547
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Protestant/Catholic Edward VI, r. 1547-1553 The Book of Common Prayer Act of Uniformity, 1549 Lady Jane Grey, 1537-1554
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