religious change under Mary

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1. why did Parliament agree to pass the heresy laws?3

  • she agreed monastic lands wouldn't be reclaimed
  • they shared her fervent Catholic beliefs
  • she offered them monetary rewards
  • they had no choice
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2. which of these famous protestant figures were burnt?

  • all of the above
  • Edward Latimer
  • Thomas Cranmer
  • Nicholas Ridley

3. True or False: Pole was charged with heresy

  • true: he turned out to be a protestant reformer
  • true: he had argued with the pope
  • false: he was asked to return to Rome where his help was needed
  • false: Mary was, for not showing proper allegiance to the pope

4. the London Synod 1555-1556 held what purpose?

  • it further instated the religious changes Mary had made
  • to reform the Catholic Church in England, focusing on re-education and clerical discipline
  • to reform the Catholic Church in England, focusing on getting more foreign advice and help
  • it did very little, despite it's lofty aims, as Pole did not attend

5. In 1554 Mary issued Royal Injunctions to the Church, what did these included?

  • A new religious tax from the Church to help Mary's changes
  • The re-education of the clergy, the suppression of heresy and the removal of all married clergymen
  • the burning of all protestant texts, and removal of protestant objects from churches
  • to encourage charity, and help support clergy who had been ruined by Henry's reformation

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