Religious changes under  the tudors

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  • Religious Changes Under the Tudors
    • Edward VI
      • Edwards uncle, the Duke of Somerset, made himself lord protector of the realm
        • the act of six articles was abolished ; protestants were no longer burned at the stake
        • censorship was relaxed; prots could say and write opinions which before contained heresy
        • Chantries abolished- singing for the dead
    • Elizabeth I
      • in 1570 the Pope excommunicated Elizabeth
      • Extreme puritans called for the removal of bishops
      • The Elizabethan church settlement; she tried to find a middle way between catholics and protestants
  • Mary tudor
    • Religious Changes Under the Tudors
      • Edward VI
        • Edwards uncle, the Duke of Somerset, made himself lord protector of the realm
          • the act of six articles was abolished ; protestants were no longer burned at the stake
          • censorship was relaxed; prots could say and write opinions which before contained heresy
          • Chantries abolished- singing for the dead
      • Elizabeth I
        • in 1570 the Pope excommunicated Elizabeth
        • Extreme puritans called for the removal of bishops
        • The Elizabethan church settlement; she tried to find a middle way between catholics and protestants
    • Turned England back to catholicism
      • Repealed Edward's religious laws
      • Repealed anti Papal laws
      • revived all of the heresy laws
    • Burned protestants that didn't obey her rules
    • Monasteries could not be restored as they had already been stripped of their gold, silver and jewels etc.
  • Henry VIII
    • Break with Rome
      • He used the church's corruption against them
      • The church wouldn't annul his marriage to catherine of aragon
        • He broke off from the Pope and Rome and annulled the marriage himself, calling himself "supreme head of the church
      • Wanted a new wife to get an heir
  • he removed catholics from the council and the leading catholic noble, the Duke of Norfold, was kept in the tower of London

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