Mary I Restoration of Catholicism

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1553 October Repeal of Edward VI's religious laws
restoration of orders of religious services as they applied at the end of Henry VIII's reign
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1553 Autumn Deprivation of married clergy
In Edward VI's reign, clergy were allowed to marry, this meant in the Marian regime, many had to leave their wives
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1554 November Arrival of Cardinal Pole
Became Archbishop of Canterbury and papal legate
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1555 February Burning of heretics begins
289 Protestants suffered the the heretics fate, famous victims were Archbishop Cranmer, Bishops Hooper and Ridley, Hugh Latimer
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Henrician Act of Attainder reversed by third parliament
Passed against Pole, an act of parliament that could declare an individual guilty of treason and order his
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In Edward VI's reign, clergy were allowed to marry, this meant in the Marian regime, many had to leave their wives

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1553 Autumn Deprivation of married clergy

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Became Archbishop of Canterbury and papal legate

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289 Protestants suffered the the heretics fate, famous victims were Archbishop Cranmer, Bishops Hooper and Ridley, Hugh Latimer

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Passed against Pole, an act of parliament that could declare an individual guilty of treason and order his

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