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"Act for the Conditional Restraint of Annates"
1532, passed by Parliament in Henry's attempt to subdue the clergy to allow him to then go after the Pope. Allowed for the cuting off of Church payments to Rome if the Pope refused Henry's appointments
Supplication of the Ordinaries
1532, passed by Parliament in Henry's atempt to subdue the clergy to allow him to go after Rome. limited the type of things convocations could do and its ability to pass canon law. Clergy responded with the "asnwer of the ordinaries", saying they get their power from God, not henry
Submission of the Clergy
1532, Clergy submitted to Henry, granting him control of the Church, he was the new head, not the Pope. It was an excercise of royal authority over the church not seen in England before.Moore resigned the next day.
"act in restraint of Appeals"
1533, abolished appeals to Rome in legal matters. Specifically included cases of matrimoney, so Catherine could not appeal to Rome any longer.
"Act in absolute restraint of annates"
1534, no longer conditions attached to thre restraint of annates, now no annate payments to Rome at all.
1534, abolished all remaining payments to Rome. Now church of england is pretty muchy fully seperated from Rome.
"Act for Submission of the Clergy"
1534, made law the earlier submission of the clergy
"Act of sucession"
1534- said henry's first marriage to catherine was null and void. Made sucession of throne fixed in Anne Boleyn and her heirs. Then made everyone in a position of power swear an oath that this was true. Moore and fisher would not swear that the marriage was null and void, and so were executed
Act of supremacy, 1534
Made official that the king was the supreme head of the church of england.
Act annexing first fruits and tenths to the crown
1534, replaced the annates sent to rome with ones sent to Henry now. money sent ot henry was actually more then had been sent to Rome
1536, authorized by henry to create unity in the new church of england. They had catholic elements- eucharist is real body of christ, good works are necessary. but also protestant practices-images are not objects of worship but are useful, same goes with saints, and that prayers for the dead should be done but can't accomplish anything
1537, was meant to be a guide bishops and clergy could follow to create unity and lessen the intermediaries between King and his subjects. Was still reformist in terms of images, but reinstituted the idea of purgatory and praying for the dead.
Injunctions of 1538
stated every parish had to have a bible, and outlawed most religious statues, relics, images, and candles. was the farthest the reformation would go in england under Henry
act of six articles
1539, as Henry saw the backlash in his country at the pushing of these protestant leaning injunctions, and his own Catholic beliefs, he published the six articles, which were a move back towards catholicism. outlawed priest marriages, and stated the eucharist was really the body and blood of christ
1543, was a replacement of the bishops book and was a sharp move back towards catholicism. said images were good useful, although still shouldnt be prayed to.
book of common prayer, 1549
was influenced by the continental reforms. contained receptionist theology, that only those who believe can receive eucharist. Spiritual power of eucharist, not physical. said apostles and mary aren't to be prayed to. mass was held in english, not latin. still called mass "mass" though, and contained elements of catholicism such as the priest still wearing an albe. so no one was happy
book of common prayer 1552
no one was happy with 1549 book, so cramner had to rewrite it. made it much more protestant. dropped the word "mass", no prayer for the dead, says priest can take bread from eucharist home cuz it is just bread, said you should kneel at communion but this is not imply any real presence of christ
forty-two articles, 1553
most protestant it would get under edward. no sacrifice in the mass, no transubstantiation, predestination, and justification by faith alone
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