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The Protestant Revolution in England - Part 3 of 5 - The Western Rising of 1549
Michael Davies
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  Michael Davies gives a history of the Reformation in England under Queen Elizabeth and shows that the average Englishmen, while not an Ultramontanist, was a Catholic, and was especially upset when he sensed real or possible attacks on the Mass. The spirit of the England that had been shaped by the Benedictine and Irish monks was revealed in the uprising that was duped and suppressed by that real traitor to the English tradition: the Tudor Monarchy under Henry, Edward, and Elizabeth. Although the English schism was under Henry VIII, Catholic doctrine and practice did not decay until under Edward. Finally, all hope of return to the True Religion was lost under Elizabeth. Taken from: Protestant Rebellion and Catholic Reform (1517-1648) - 1997 VonHildebrand Institute



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