- Reformation -- England -- Lancashire.
- Catholics -- England -- Lancashire -- History -- 16th century.
- Church and state -- England -- History -- 16th century
- Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603
- Lancashire (England) -- Church history -- 16th century.
- Cambridge University Press,
- 0521083931 (pbk.) :
- 9780521083935 (pbk.)
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- Originally published: 1975.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 336-348) and index.
- Part I. The early Tudor Church: 1. The government of the Church; 2. Lancashire parishes and their incumbents; 3. Chapels, chaplains and chantrists; 4. Priests and people: conduct and attitudes; 5. Orthodox piety and practices; 6. Lancashire, Lollards and Protestants; 7. The county community and the outside world; Part II. Reform and counter-reform: 8. The enforcement of reform in the reign of Henry VIII; 9. Militant resistance: the Pilgrimage of Grace; 10. The official Reformation under Edward VI; 11. The unofficial Reformation: the beginnings of Protestantism; 12. The reign of Mary: counter-reform; 13. The reconstruction of the Church; Part III. The division of a community: 14. The attempt to impose Anglicanism; 15. The Elizabethan Church in Lancashire; 16. The emergence of recusancy; 17. Recusants and church-papists; 18. Protestantism and south-east Lancashire; 19. Catholics, Puritans and the establishment.
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