Catholics & Protestants
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The Head of the Catholic Church who lived in Italy.
people considered holy by followers of the Christian faith
Certificates to get to heaven paid for with money to the church.
A religious movement of the 16th century that began as an attempt to reform the Catholic Church
A person or group who protested about the Catholic church and wanted to make the church much simpler
In a Catholic church the screen that separates the people from the bishop
John Wycliffe and Jan Hus
Both punished for criticising the church
King who set a new Church of England
Act of Supremacy (1534)
A law by the English Parliament, making the monarch the head of the Church of England.
Church of England
the new Church that Henry VIII created
One of Henry's closest friends, he disagreed with changes, refused to take the oath and was beheaded.
Henry sent inspectors out who found Monks and Nuns drinking, gambling and living with prostitutes.
Henry's biggest change to church services
Closure of the monasteries
Henry closed them and took their gold, silver and land.
Strong Protestant who made many changes to Church buildings, services and decorations of the Church.
The insides of Churches were made much simpler. Gold and decorations removed.
Tried to make England Catholic again. She married a Catholic king and had 284 Protestants burnt at the Stake.
Mary changed this back to Latin from English
Return of the Pope
Mary brought him back as Head of the Church
Phillip of Spain
Catholic who married Queen Mary
She tried to find a 'middle way' after the reign of her brother and sister.
Elizabeth's attempt to comprise. She was the 'governor' of the Church but bishops and colorful robes were kept.
Catholics who were unwilling to attend Elizabethan church services
Hiding place for priests built into many of the Catholic houses of England during Elizabethan England
Catholic priest horribly punished for treason
A religious group who followed strict Protestant religion
Elizabeth fined Catholics who did not attend Church
Elizabeth allowed Bishops to stay part of the Church but under her control
1571 - The Ridolfi Plot
The plot was uncovered by Elizabeth's advisor, Cecil. Ridolfi and the Spanish ambassador were arrested and expelled from the country.
1583 Thockmorton Plot
An English Catholic & the Duke of Guise planned to assassinate Elizabeth. He was caught by Elizabeth spies, confessed and was executed.
1586 - The Babington Plot
This finally led to the execution of Mary, Queen of Scots, Babington and six other plotters.
The King at the time of the gunpowder plot. He wrote books criticising Catholics and questioned their loyalty.
A Catholic terrorist who wanted to return England to the Catholic faith. Tried to blow up the houses of parliament.
Hung drawn quartered
The punishment Guy Fawkes had for treason.
Catholic priests forced to leave country
James' treatment of Catholics
King James Bible
Even more Protestant bible printed in 1600s.
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