The Eve of the Reformation: Studies in the Religious Life and Thought of the English People in the Period Preceding the Rejection of the Roman Jurisdiction by Henry VIII
G. Bell & Sons, 1905 - 406 sivua
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Abbot abuses Archbishop Archbishop Warham authority Bible Bishop Fisher Bishop of Rome Bishop Tunstall called Canterbury Cardinal Catholic chantries Christ Christchurch Christian churchmen clergy Colet declared doubt Dyalogue ecclesiastical Edgworth England English English Reformation Erasmus Erasmus's evidence evil example faith Father give God's Greek guilds Henry VIII heresies heretics Holy honour Ibid John jurisdiction king king's Latin latria learning letters Linacre living Lord Luther Lutheran mass matter mind monastery monks never opinion Oxford Papal parish church Parliament period pilgrimages poor Pope pray prayer pre-Reformation preaching priest princes question realm Reformation regard religion religious Richard Pace Roman Roman curia Sacrament Saint-German saints Sanctuary says Scripture secular sermon Sir Thomas sixteenth century souls spiritual teaching temporal Testament things tion tract translation true Tyndale Tyndale's Vicar Warham whilst William Latimer word worship writes Wynkyn de Worde
Sivu 274 - It is rather a curious fact," writes Mr. Fisher, " that nearly all the Welsh manuals of devotion and instruction, of any size, published in the second half of the sixteenth and the first half of the seventeenth century, were the productions of Welsh Roman Catholics, and published on the Continent. In Dr. Gruffydd Roberts's Welsh Grammar, published at Milan in 1567, will be found poetical versions of the Apostles' Creed, the Lord's Prayer, the Hail Mary, the Ten Commandments and the Seven Sacraments.
Sivu 313 - The most certain way to rise was furnished by education, and by the law of the land, ' every man or woman, of what state or condition that he be, shall be free to set their son or daughter to take learning at any school that pleaseth him within the realm.
Sivu 285 - Scotch are much handsomer; and that the English are great lovers of themselves, and of everything belonging to them; they think that there are no other men than themselves, and no other world but England; and whenever they see a handsome foreigner, they say that 'he looks like an Englishman...
Sivu 72 - It was a wonderful system. The whole of western Europe canonical * system. was subject to the jurisdiction of one tribunal of last resort, the Roman curia. Appeals to it were encouraged by all manner of means, appeals at almost every stage of almost every proceeding2.
Sivu 225 - God, and the true sense of the same, of the which translation there are many books imprinted, some with glosses, and some without, containing in the English tongue that pestiferous and most pernicious poison dispersed throughout all our diocese of London...
Sivu 121 - But for the number, I would surely see such a way therein, that we should not have such a rabble, that every mean man must have a priest in his house to wait upon his wife, which no man almost lacketh now to the contempt of priesthood in as vile office as his horsekeeper.
Sivu 313 - Whoever has received from the Divine bounty a large share of blessings, whether they be external and corporeal or gifts of the mind, has received them for the purpose of using them for the perfecting of his own nature, and, at the same time, that he may employ them, as the minister of God's providence, for the benefit of others. He that hath a talent, says St.
Sivu 225 - ... many children of iniquity, maintainers of Luther's sect, blinded through extreme wickedness, wandering from the way of truth and the catholic faith, craftily have translated the New Testament into our English tongue, intermeddling therewith many heretical articles, and erroneous opinions, pernicious and offensive, seducing the simple people...
Sivu 234 - For had I found with Erasmus my darling the shrewd intent and purpose, that I find in Tyndale, Erasmus my darling should be no more my darling. But I find in Erasmus my darling, that he detesteth and abhorreth the errors and heresies, that Tyndale plainly teacheth and abideth by, and therefore Erasmus my darling shall be my dear darling still.
Sivu 363 - ... vicar and other honest parishioners there, which they do. . . . The necessity thereof is to do divine service, to help the curate, and minister the Sacraments, having 3,000 houseling people. ' " • In the same parish church, the chantry of St. Mary 1 Yorkshire Chantry Surveys (Surtees Soc.), p. 213. 1 Ibid., p. 214. Magdalene was " founded by William Evers, late vicar of Leeds, to pray for the soul of the founder and all Christian souls, to minister at the altar of St. Mary Magdalene, to keep...