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20 Facts Religion In Elizabethan Era
Transcript of 20 Facts Religion In Elizabethan Era
20 Religion Facts In The Elizabethan Era
There is no legal way for Catholics to practice there religion in the Elizabethan era
Salvation for Catholics is gained by faith
Being Roman Catholic is not a crime, but there is a fine for not conforming to the established religion (protestants).
It is illegal to be a Catholic Priest in Elizabethan England.
Everyone is required to attend church service once a month.
The 'Mass' is a illegal catholic only service.
The rosary, used only by Catholics has no figure of Christ
The Pope's of the Catholics are the heirs of St. Peter
The catholic bible and their rituals are in Latin.
Worship is to god but the prayers go to the Saints in Catholic religion.
The Protestant Churches were destroyed and ragged during the time by Catholics.
The Catholic and Protestant Fighting Destroyed Everything.
The Fights soon led up to the thirty year's war.
Many of the same laws against Catholicism begun during the Elizabethan era
Every church during the Elizabethan Era was a protestant church.
The term 'Atheist' is referred as you don't believe in the same religion as someone else, not they don't believe in any religion.
Protestants referred the roman Catholics as Romanist's.
Queen Elizabeth passed Queen Mary and adhered the Protestant religion and restored it.
Pews were not in churches until the reign of James the first.