History of the Catholic Church from the Renaissance to the French Revolution: Volume 2
In this second volume of a two volume set, the focus in on the history of the Catholic Church in England, Scotland, and Ireland, during the period from before the reformation up to the 19th century. Starting with the conditions in these countries before the reformation, it then takes a detailed look at the religious changes and persecutions during the reigns on Henry VIII, Edward VI, and onward.
First Page:HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH FROM THE RENAISSANCE TO THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
by Rev. JAMES MacCAFFREY Lic. Theol. (Maynooth), Ph.D. (Freiburg i. B.) Professor of Ecclesiastical History, St. Patrick's College, Maynooth
Nihil Obstat: Thomas O'Donnell, C.M. Censor Theol. Deput.
Imprimi Potest: Guilielmus, Archiep. Dublinen., Hiberniæ Primas.
Dublini, 16 Decembris, 1914.
HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
From the Renaissance to the French Revolution
RELIGIOUS CONDITION OF ENGLAND BEFORE THE REFORMATION
Wilkins, /Concilia Magnae Britanniae/, iii., 1737. /Historia Regis Henrici Septimi a Bernardo Andrea Thosolate/ (André of Toulouse), edited by J. Gairdner, 1858. Capella Sneyd, /A Relation or True Account of the Isle of England ... under Henry VII./ (written by Capella, the Venetian Ambassador, 1496 1502, and edited by C. A. Sneyd, 1847). /A London Chronicle during the reigns of Henry VII. and Henry VIII./ (Camden Miscellany, vol. iv., 1859). Sir Thomas More's /Utopia/ (written 1516, edited by E. Arber, 1869)... Continue reading book >>
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