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1

What were observant friars colloquially known as?

Cordeliers

2

In 1499, observant Franciscans were given royal status. By H7’s death, how many houses were there?

5

3

In H7’s will, he bequeathed each observant Franciscan house...

100 marks

4

Which hospital in London did H7 endow?

The Savoy Hospital

5

What was the poor relief act passed in 1495?

Vagabond Act

6

On what day did H7 take part in a procession culminating in the public veneration of a relic of St George, displayed at St Pauls?

St George’s Day, 1505

7

By 1509, how much money was H7 making from absenteeism?

6k p/a

8

H7 never left a bishopric vacant for longer than?

A year

9

An example of H7 using the church to reward loyalists?

James Stanley (his step brother) became Bishop of Ely

10

How many heretics were tried in church courts?

73

11

How many heretics were burnt at the stake?

11

12

In what year did H7 experience a “spiritual awakening” after falling dangerously ill?

1504

13

After his spiritual awakening, whom did he appt because of the man’s devotion?

John Fisher became BoRochester
Was MB’s spiritual advisor