The Reformation changed England’s official religion from Catholicism to the new Protestant faith. What were the real motives for this and was England a stronger country as a consequence of it?
Who started the Reformation in 1517?
Martin Luther King
What was Martin Luther's Church called?
The Presbyterian Church
The Lutheran Church
The Catholic Church
Why did Henry VIII split away from the Catholic Church?
He wanted to divorce Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn
He wanted to marry Catherine Parr
Anne Boleyn was a Protestant
What was the name of the rebellion in 1536?
The Peasants' Revolt
The Valor Ecclesiasticus
The Pilgrimage of Grace
What happened to churches during the reign of Edward VI?
They became much plainer inside
They were demolished
They were dissolved
Why was there a rebellion in Devon and Cornwall?
People thought that Cranmer was a Catholic
People didn't like Cranmer's new Book of Common Prayer, which was in English
People thought that Catholics should be burnt at the stake
What was Mary determined to do?
Keep the English Mass and prayer book
Remain head of the Church in England
Make England a Catholic country again
What is the term used to describe Elizabeth's religious policy?
What is a recusant?
Someone who refused to go to Church of England services
Another name for a Puritan
A Catholic who converted to the Church of England
When Oliver Cromwell was Protector, how did life change for most people?
England became a Catholic country again
It became much stricter
Religious worship was banned