Popular Religion in Sixteenth-century England: Holding Their Peace (Social History in Perspective)
By: Christopher W. Marsh (author)Hardback
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In this study of English religious life during the century of the Reformation, the author explores the involvement of ordinary people within, alongside and beyond the Church, covering topics such as liturgical practice, Church office, relations with the clergy, festivity, religious fellowships, cheap print, "magical" religion and dissent.
CHRISTOPHER MARSH is Lecturer in History at The Queen's University of Belfast.
Introduction Layfolk within the Church Layfolk alongside the Church Layfolk beyond the Church Conclusions: The Compliance Conundrum Glossary Bibliography Index
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