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1

Why was the political situation becoming more radical?

1- end to the French war
2- Cramner was becoming more radical
3- Nicholas Ridley and John Hooper were becoming more radical and influential
4- reflect increased role of of Edward who took role very seriously

2

How much of London was Protestant in 1550?

20%

3

What measures did Parliament introduce in December 1550?

Measures to quicken the pace of removing Catholic practice:
- enforce act of uniformity
- more radical bishops
- alters replaced by communion tables

4

When did the evangelical reforms begin?

Parliament of January 1552

5

What were the key features of New Common Prayer Book 1552?

- removal of classic mass procedures
- removed all conservative doctrine in the church
- rewriting baptism
- reform of communion with con substantiation
- alters replaced with communion tables

6

What were the key doctrinal changes?

- removed all conservative doctrine
Eg- transubstantiation was outlawed

7

What were the key changes to practice?

- all classical mass procedures
- rewriting of all baptism, confirmation and funeral services
- alters replaced by communion tables
- ban on popish vestmants

8

What did Bishop Hooper find in the 1553 survey?

10/331 clergy could not recite the Lords Prayer

171/311 could not repeat the commandments

9

What conservative practice was allowed to remain within the church?

- black rubric allowed kneeling when taking communion
- vestmants- surplice for priest and rochet for bishops was allowed to remain.
- communion kept some of its conservative role.

10

How much untapped wealth did the Church have in 1552?

£1,087,978

11

What was Northumberland strategy on religious policy?

1- continuing strong Protestant reforms
2- plundering the wealth of the church