PILGRIMAGE OF GRACE: Religious

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  • PILGRIMAGE OF GRACE 1536: RELIGIOUS
    • local social & economic grievances connected with church
      • threat to Church as threat to poor
    • defence of faith
      • marched under Five Wounds of Christ
        • rebellion had religious aura that gave greater cause to rebels
          • justified, acting on behalf of church
      • renunciation Royal Supremacy; root out heresy; stop draining church wealth; restore Mary
  • threatened parish church & monasteries
    • greatest concern as parish centre of community
    • thought religious changes would endanger religious life
      • wanted traditional rituals; practices; beliefs
      • intrusion of Crown on community & traditional ways
      • defence of faith
        • marched under Five Wounds of Christ
          • rebellion had religious aura that gave greater cause to rebels
            • justified, acting on behalf of church
        • renunciation Royal Supremacy; root out heresy; stop draining church wealth; restore Mary
  • monasteries large social & political role
    • provided education; tenancies for farmers; food and clothes for poor/travellers- services
    • caused by govt.   commissions to dissolve smaller monasteries & assess ability of clergy
      • restored dissolved religious houses
      • local social & economic grievances connected with church
        • threat to Church as threat to poor
      • opposition to Cromwell's policies made greedy crown take away church wealth
    • local welfare

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