Management of the Church

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How was Henry VII's relationship w/ the Pope?
Good w/ all three popes of reign - declared obedience to Pope Innocent VIII after Bosworth, who provided dispensation for marriage to Elizabeth of York
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In what way did Henry use church appointments?
Enforce royal power - loyal/educated churchmen given papal/state posts
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Who were the humanists?
Social/political/intellectual elites in Renaissance Europe. Emerged in 14th century Italy, spreading northwards. Believed human behaviour could be advanced by education.
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What did the humanists want?
Reformation of Church teachings/learning, more focus on arts, literature alongside theology.
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Who were the Lollards?
Illegal sect - believed in accessible Bible through Vernacular translation. Rejected Pope (preferred King) and transubstantiation
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How many heretics were trialled in Henry VII's reign?
73
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What changes were made to sanctuary in 1486?
Couldn't be pleaded in treason cases
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How much land did the Church own in the late 15th century?
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What came to England in 1476?
Printing press
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What effects did the printing press have?
Standardization of English, spread of humanist ideas
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What did it mean for the Church to be Erastian?
State had control
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What percentage of English males were monks by 1500?
1%
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