4 edition of History Of The Progress And Suppression Of The Reformation In Spain In The Sixteenth Century found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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All held property, save the four Mendicant orders. Pressing this point further, they denounced justification by faith alone and other cherished Protestant teachings as novelties without grounding in authentic church tradition. Woodward concluded that: All but a very few took it without demur. Execution of Jan Hus in Konstanz The person chosen to the imperial dignity took an oath to maintain the profession of the Catholic faith, to protect the Church in all her rights, to be obedient to the Pope, to administer justice, and to conserve all the customs and privileges of the electors and States of the Empire.
For certain ends, and within certain limits, each separate State of Europe was independent; it could pursue its own way, make war with whom it had a mind, or conclude a peace when it chose; but beyond these limits each State was simply the member of a corporate body, which was under the sway of a double directorate. As it was led by a Bohemian noble majority, and recognised, for a time, by the Basel Compacts, the Hussite Reformation was Europe's first " Magisterial Reformation " because the ruling magistrates supported it, unlike the " Radical Reformation ", which the state did not support. Utraquist Hussitism was allowed there alongside the Roman Catholic confession. Erasmus and More promoted ecclesiastical reform while remaining faithful Catholics, and had ridiculed such monastic practices as repetitive formal religion, superstitious pilgrimages for the veneration of relics and the accumulation of monastic wealth. The subjects of these dissolutions were usually small, poor, and indebted Benedictine or Augustinian communities especially those of women with few powerful friends; the great abbeys and orders exempt from diocesan supervision such as the Cistercians were unaffected.
The answer that he eventually found, the conviction that God is merciful not because of anything that the sinner can do but because of a freely given grace that is received by faith alone the doctrine of justification by faithwas not utterly without precedent in the Roman Catholic theological tradition, but, in the form in which Luther stated it, there appeared to be a fundamental threat to Catholic teaching and sacramental life. Generally, it may be said that the emperor could not enact new laws, nor impose taxes, nor levy bodies of men, nor make wars, nor erect fortifications, nor form treaties of peace and alliances, except with the concurrent voice of the electors, princes, and States. In terms of popular esteem, however, the balance tilted the other way. The Confessional was called "the place of penitence;" it was, in reality, a seat of jurisdiction. Animosities and dissensions were continually springing up amongst them. These tribes had no past to look back upon.
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However, Henry himself appears to have been much more influenced by the opinions on monasticism of the humanists Desiderius Erasmus and Thomas Moreespecially as found in Erasmus's work In Praise of Folly and More's Utopia In the following century, Lady Margaret Beaufort obtained the property of Creake Abbey whose religious had all died of Black Death in to fund her works at Oxford and Cambridge.
They were led by commanders of consummate ability, and the flag under which they marched had conquered on a hundred battle-fields. All these suppressions enjoyed Papal approval. In Aprilan Act in Restraint of Appeals eliminated the right of clergy to appeal to "foreign tribunals" Rome over the King's head in any spiritual or financial matter.
Reformation Women illustrates that change truly is a process, not an event. The "…women of that day were not just sitting around waiting for their husbands to do things: they were reading, writing, and ruling. The blow it dealt was more rapid, and the subjugation it effected on those on whom it fell was more complete, than any that could have been achieved by any History Of The Progress And Suppression Of The Reformation In Spain In The Sixteenth Century book of armed men.
By the time Protestantism arose to challenge the spiritual authority of Romehowever, the papacy had squandered some of its recovered prestige in its attempts to establish its preeminence in Italian politics. Since the noon of the Roman power, the liberties of the world had at no time been in so great peril as now.
Cromwell delegated his visitation authority to hand-picked commissioners, chiefly Richard LaytonThomas LeghJohn ap Rice and John Tregonwell for the purposes of ascertaining the quality of religious life being maintained in religious houses, of assessing the prevalence of 'superstitious' religious observances such as the veneration of relicsand for inquiring into evidence of moral laxity especially sexual.
Her soldiers, drawn from every nation, and excellently disciplined, were brave, hardy, familiar with danger, and inured to every climate from the tropics to the arctic regions. By the time the Reformation arrived, the Kingdom of Bohemia and the Margraviate of Moravia both had majority Hussite populations for decades now.
Where the French kings led, the Scots kings followed. Monastic wealth, regarded everywhere as excessive and idle, offered a standing temptation for cash-strapped secular and ecclesiastical authorities.
Francis I. An English medieval proverb said that if the Abbot of Glastonbury married the Abbess of Shaftesburythe heir would have more land than the King of England. If an elector could not come in person he might send a deputy. Spain itself was but a unit in the assemblage of kingdoms that made up this vast empire.
There was danger as well as safety in the vast power of the man whom the Germans had elected to wear a crown which had in it so much grandeur and so little solid authority. These were distributed into six hundred and four religious houses, whose annual cost was two millions and a half of francs.
But the religious houses of England and Wales—with the notable exceptions of those of the Carthusiansthe Observant Franciscansand the Bridgettine nuns and monks—had long ceased to play a leading role in the spiritual life of the country.
Few English houses had been founded later than the end of the 13th century; the most recent foundation of those suppressed was the Bridgettine nunnery of Syon Abbey founded in Although John Calvin figures prominently in the History of the Reformation in Europe in the Time of Calvin, this work is not biographical.
He was sent into all countries, not to mediate but to govern; his functions being analogous to those of the deputies or rulers whom the pagan masters of the world were wont to send from Rome to govern the subject provinces of the Empire. These volumes are ideal for Reformation scholars, church historians, and theologians.
The cult of relics was by no means specific to monasteries, but Erasmus was scandalised by the extent to which well-educated and highly regarded monks and nuns would participate in the perpetration of what he considered to be frauds against gullible and credulous lay believers.HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY by J.
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