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The English Counter-Reformation – Fr. Charles Connor

Fr. Charles Connor |
September 15, 2016 One Comment

Many are familiar with the Catholic Counter-Reformation that took place on the European continent in response to Martin Luther and other reformers.  Less well known is what the Counter-Reformation looked like in England as a response to the schism led by King Henry VIII.  Fr. Charles Connor explores the relationship between Catholics and Anglicans in England in the decades following the split between the Church of England and the Church of Rome.

  • Stephanie Mann

    If you want to know even more about the counter-reformation efforts in Marian and then recusant England, I recommend Philip Hughes’ book, “Rome and the Counter-Reformation in England” published by Mediatrix Press.