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1

what was an erastian view?

the view that the state should have authority over the church.

2

which provinces was the church administered through?

York and Canterbury

3

who were the two churchmen who exercised the most power under Henry VII?

Morton and Richard Fox

4

why was the mass significant?

-ritual performed by the priest on behalf of the community
-sacred ritual in which the whole community would participate

5

what were monastic orders?

Monastic orders are groups of men or women who dedicate themselves to God and live in an isolated community or alone.

6

who were the lollards?

-followers of Wycliffe who lead an uprising which failed in 1414
-they placed stress on the understanding of the bible
-they considered the Catholic Church to be corrupt

7

when did Henry VII die?

1509

8

what was humanism?

a belief that human needs and values are more important than religious beliefs, or the needs and desires of humans.

9

when was the council learned abolished bye parliament/

1510

10

what were Henry iii's aims?

-to establish his status amongst European monarchs through marriage
-re-establish the role of the nobility(to manage the estates, and maximise local power and influence whilst their husbands were dancing attendance on the monarch, at Court or at war.)
-establish himself as a warrior king through success in battle

11

when did Henry marry Catherine of Aragon?

1509

12

henrys aims

-re-establishing the nobility
-disposing of foreign policy