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  • 1. REFORMATION IDEAS SPREAD
  • 2. IV. Reformation Ideas Spread
    English Reformation
    At first King Henry supported the church against protestants
    1527 an issue arose that set Henry at odds with the Church
    He wanted to annul his marriage and marry someone else in order to produce a male heir
    Pope refused, so Henry broke away from the church and created the Church of England
  • 3. Elizabeth I
    Mary Tudor
    Edward VI
  • 4. Religious Turmoil
    Edward VI – king 1547 died 1553
    Mary Tudor – “Bloody Mary” died 1558
    Burned hundreds of Protestant
    Elizabeth 1603
    Elizabethan Settlement
    Passed reforms
    Preserved many Catholic ceremony and ritual
    Kept church hierarchy except Pope
  • 5. B. Catholic Reformation – led by Pope Paul III
    1. Set out to revive the moral authority of the church
    A. Council of Trent – decide what reforms should be made, end abuses in the church, stiff penalties for corruption among the clergy
    B. Strengthened the Inquisition – used secret testimony, torture, and execution
  • 6. C. Widespread Persecution
    religious issues led to a wave of witch hunting
    People were looking for scapegoats to blame their problems on – poor widows, midwives, herbalists.
    Jews and Reformation
    Jews were sometimes forced to live in certain areas called ghettos or they were banned all together.
    Jews were persecuted because they would not convert to Christianity