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Wisbech stirs (1595-1598)

Wisbech stirs (1595-1598)

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Published by Catholic Record Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- England -- History -- Sources,
  • Jesuits -- England -- History,
  • Wisbech (Cambridgeshire)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by P. Renold.
    SeriesPublications of the Catholic Record Society -- v. 51
    ContributionsRenold, Penelope.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 347 p. ;
    Number of Pages347
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20495673M

    By , the time of the Domesday book, the little village of Wisbech became a large village. Its population was probably If you lived in those times, typically the village will only have to inhabitants. already is a large standard for a village thus making Wisbech a large village. ed in the "Wisbech Stirs" of , divided the Catholic community, as clergy and their patrons argued about the best way to serve, and to in‐ crease, the Catholic community in England. At the heart of all this wrangling was, of course, a no‐ tional English Catholic community, which all pro‐ tagonists claimed to represent. So, there are two.

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    The purging of the dissenters in the English College in Rome was followed by the appointment of an archpriest over the English secular clergy, one George Blackwell. He was reckoned, by some, to be a cat’s paw of the Society of Jesus. The claim was that the lobbying in Rome for his nomination had been, in effect, the product of a factional grab for power. List of Books in Wisbech including ☎ contact details, ⌚ opening hours, reviews, prices 💰 and directions. Ask for a free quote from Bookshops listings near you.


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Wisbech Stirs Explained. The Wisbech Stirs was a divisive quarrel between English Roman Catholic clergy held prisoner in Wisbech Castle in Cambridgeshire, towards the end of the reign of Elizabeth I of set the regular clergy represented by the Society of Jesus, emerging as clerical leaders, who wished for a more ordered communal life in the prison, against some of.

The Wisbech Stirs (). London: Catholic Record Society, ISBN: NoISBN. First Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). A few light spots on the covers, slightly rubbed.

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The concluding chapter sums up the arguments of the book and points towards the long-term significance of the Archpriest Controversy for the later relations between the English Catholics and the English crown, organized around such topics as tolerance and the acceptance de facto or de jure of religious pluralism and the consequences thereof.

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xii, pages ; 24 cm Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index Introductory: the situation of the Elizabethan Catholics -- Allen and Parsons: the political theory of militant Catholicism -- Loyalist sentiment before -- Background: the Jesuits and England to -- The Wisbech stirs -- The Roman stirs -- Background: narrative of the Pages: Welcome to the Wisbech google satellite map.

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The original design and layout is was. body of the book is a re-examination of some fairly familiar controversies: the Wisbech Stirs, the English College in Rome, and especially the Archpriest. (The dominance of this last affair in Pritchard's mind is no doubt why we are expected to know, long before we get there, who the "Appellants" were.) Controversial.Wisbech Castle.

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