Religion and Society in Early Modern England: A Sourcebook by David Cressy, Lori Anne Ferrell

By David Cressy, Lori Anne Ferrell

Faith and Society in Early glossy England ИСТОРИЯ, КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО,НАУКА и УЧЕБА Книга: faith and Society in Early smooth England Автор: David Cressy Издательство: Routledge Страниц: 272 Формат: PDF Размер: 3.11 MB Язык: Английский Год издания: 2005The shattering of the Roman Catholic church and the institution of the Protestant church of britain, in the course of the English Reformation, affected all facets of English lifestyles. Bringing jointly a set of resources, together with narratives, studies, church records and parliamentary court cases, faith and Society in Early smooth England charts the transformation of English non secular tradition from the 1530s to the 1660s.The moment variation of this profitable sourcebook has been revised all through to take account of contemporary learn within the box and a couple of assets were integrated for the 1st time. New introductions to every part have additionally been further, aiding to make every one resource obtainable by means of surroundings it in context.Religion and Society in Early smooth England is an essential source for all scholars learning this significant and intricate interval in English historical past. >> uploading.com <<.com zero

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Inventory, 1554–5 A chalice all gilt with his patten weighing 23 ounces; another chalice with his patten parcel gilt weighing 13 ounces; a cross of latten gilt; a latten pax gilt; a suit of vestments of red damask; a cope of red dasmask; a suit of vestments of blue damask; a cope of blue damask; two altar cloths of white damask; two silk curtains of white; three palls of dornix; three towels; two silk curtains of red; four altar cloths; two white curtains; three albs; a sheet with a Jesus; three surplices for men; two altar cloths of silk with a crucifix; two surplices for children; one cushion of silk; a black altar cloth of silk; two censers of brass; an altar cloth of diverse colours; three stoles, two white and < previous page page_43 next page > < previous page page_44 next page > Page 44 one red; three pair of candlesticks of brass; a cloth for the rood loft of canvas; two old half antiphoners; three processionals; a manual; two graduals and a mass book; a towel wrought with silk; another of Sendal; a chasuble of crimson velvet; a pax of Mary and John gilt; five candlesticks of brass; nine candlesticks of brass to put tapers in; two torches of wax; nine tapers; a chasuble of satin of Bruges; a holy water pot of brass; a canopy cloth painted with a fringe; nine banner cloths; two silk cushions, one of green and another of red; a towel wrought with silk; another of Sendal; a box to put hosts in.

The ordeal of Ridley and Latimer, 1555 Ridley went to the stake, kneeled down by it, kissed it, most effectiously prayed, and behind him Master Latimer kneeled, as earnestly calling upon God as he. After they arose, the one talked with the other a little while, till they which were appointed to see the execution, removed themselves out of the sun. What they said I can learn of no man. 1 That is: if I yield my body to the fire to be burnt, and have not charity, I shall gain nothing thereby. Wherein he alleged that the goodness of the cause, and not the order of death, maketh the holiness of the person: which he confirmed by the examples of Judas, and of a woman in Oxford that of late hanged herself, for that they and suchlike as he recited might then be adjudged righteous, which desperately sundered their lives from their bodies, as he feared that those men that stood before him would do.

Item, on Palm Sunday, being Our Lady day Annunciation, no palms were sanctified nor borne in men’s hands, no procession, no passion read in Latin at mass, but in English only in the pulpit. < previous page page_30 next page > < previous page page_31 next page > Page 31 Item, on Sheer Thursday at even (anno domini 1548) no altars was washed nor Maundy given. And on Good Friday, no sepulchre was prepared, nor any mention made that day in holy church of Christ Jesus’s bitter passion, death and burial (as of long time before was used), the passion only excepted, which was read in English.

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