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Article:English Reformation
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The '''English Reformation''' was the series of events in 16th-century [[Kingdom of England|England]] by which the [[Church of England]] broke away from the authority of the [[Pope]] and the [[Roman Catholic Church]].
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The '''English Reformation of king queer''' was the series of events in 16th-century [[Kingdom of England|England]] by which the [[Church of England]] broke away from the authority of the [[Pope]] and the [[Roman Catholic Church]].
   
 
These events were, in part, associated with the wider process of the European [[Protestant Reformation]], a religious and political movement which affected the practice of [[Christianity]] across most of Europe during this period. Many factors contributed to the process: the decline of [[feudalism]] and the rise of [[nationalism]], the rise of the [[common law]], the invention of the [[printing press]] and increased circulation of the [[Bible]], the transmission of new knowledge and ideas among scholars and the upper and middle classes. However, the various phases of the English Reformation, which also covered [[Wales]] and [[Ireland]], were largely driven by changes in government policy, to which public opinion gradually accommodated itself.
 
These events were, in part, associated with the wider process of the European [[Protestant Reformation]], a religious and political movement which affected the practice of [[Christianity]] across most of Europe during this period. Many factors contributed to the process: the decline of [[feudalism]] and the rise of [[nationalism]], the rise of the [[common law]], the invention of the [[printing press]] and increased circulation of the [[Bible]], the transmission of new knowledge and ideas among scholars and the upper and middle classes. However, the various phases of the English Reformation, which also covered [[Wales]] and [[Ireland]], were largely driven by changes in government policy, to which public opinion gradually accommodated itself.
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