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Flashcards in Edward VI- Somerset Religion Deck (10):
1

What was the 1539 Act of Six Articles?

It strengthened Catholic doctrine within the Church by allowing transubstantiation and putting catholic principles at the heart of society.

2

What did the July 1547 injunctions do?

Attacked popular features of Catholicism such as:
- lights
- images
- stained glass
- religious days (Ash Wednesday and Candlemas)

3

How much did the Chantries act raise?

£600,000

4

What did the 1549 Act of Uniformity state?

- establish a form of services with Protestant practice
- laity not forced to attend church only one clergy men
- single form of church services within the church all in English

5

What was the compromise over the act of uniformity?

All services Catholic but just conducted in English.

6

What was Cramner keen to avoid in the 1549 Common Prayer Book?

Major religious tension

7

What was in the 1549 common prayer book?

Outlined the liturgy to be used in church services on the following:
-services in English
- sacraments
- communion
- clerical marriage
- banned prayers for the dead
- discouraged worshipping to saints

8

What did the 1549 prayer book allow?

Transubstantiation and made no opinion on purgatory.

9

What were the impacts of the attack on the Catholic Church? (3)

- reduced charitable function
- prevented communication with the dead
- reduced the church role in the community

10

Who promoted the denunciation of images?

Nicholas Ridley, Bishop of London