Lest We be Damned: Practical Innovation and Lived Experience Among Catholics in Protestant England, 1559-1642 (Religion in History, Society and Cultur
By: Lisa McClain (author)Hardback
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Through compelling personal stories and in rich detail, McClain reveals the give-and-take interaction between the institutional church in Rome and the needs of believers and the hands-on clergy who provided their pastoral care within England. In doing so, she illuminates larger issues of how believers and low-level clergy push the limits of official orthodoxy in order to meet devotional needs.
Lisa McClain is Assistant Professor of History and Director of Women's Studies at Boise State University. She studies popular religion during the Reformation era, and has authored articles in journals such as the Sixteenth Century Journal and the Journal of Religious History.
List of Figures Abbreviations Introduction 1. 'Knitting the Remnants': Catholic Challenges and Priorities in Protestant England 2. A 'Church' without a Church: English Catholics' Search for Religious Space 3. Using What's at Hand: English Catholic Reinterpretations of the Rosary 4. Reclaiming the body: Receiving the Benefits of theMass in the Absence of Priests 5. Lawyers, Jailbirds, Grocers and Diplomats: Catholic of London 6. Katholik Kernow: Catholics of Cornwall 7. 'Border of Wickedness' Catholics in the Northern Shires 8. Rebuilding Catholic Identity and Community Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index
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