By R. N. Swanson
Goals to evaluate the religious kingdom of britain below Catholicism, earlier than the onslaught of the Reformation. It covers the Latin and the Wycliffite bibles, the way in which the Catholicism used to be disseminated, the mass, parish celebrations, pilgrimage, indulgences, safety for the useless and extra.
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Walker, ‘Proof of age of feudal heirs in medieval England’, Mediaeval Studies, XXXV, 1973, pp. 306–23. 92 Here, again, I think I would disagree with some of Langmuir’s formulations. While I am clearly refering to what he would define as ‘religiosity’, I am not sure that it can actually be treated as an independent and definable element in individual existence, to be distinguished from other aspects of medieval life. INTRODUCTION 31 often did not go through the same administrative procedures as the ecclesiastically-probated will (which, generally, only dealt with movable property)?
J. L. , Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem and Other Analogous Documents Preserved in the Public Record Office; vol. XVIII, 1–6 Henry IV, 1399–1405, London, 1987, nos. 92 Whatever picture of spirituality may be constructed from this disparate material, the fact remains that it has to be constructed from disconnected snippets, creating a generalisation by asking questions which the record was not constructed to answer, and from records which were often seen at the time as ephemeral and with no relationship to the other individual documents or evidence which has to be correlated.
159–69 (listing manuscripts and editions at pp. 167–9). 96 For some of the feasts, Pfaff, New Liturgical Feasts, and his comments on the ‘introduction’ of feasts at pp. 4–5 (see also pp. 38, 48, 81). For reports at visitation of the lack of service books for the new celebrations, Wood-Legh, Kentish Visitations, pp. xix, 100, 110–11, 118, 220. INTRODUCTION 33 heresy and ‘Lollardy’ in late medieval England. The problem of pre-Reformation ‘anticlericalism’ has been one of the foci of interest in searching for the roots of the Reformation itself.
Catholic England: Faith, Religion, and Observance Before the Reformation by R. N. Swanson