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    “The English Church was not that different in 1553 from what it had been in 1532.” Assess the validity of this view.

    I just want to know how could i argue that church was not different in 1553 from what it had been in 1532? could you suggest me some point and examples. I have only done the differences not what stayed the same.

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    In 1531 the clergy were collectively accused of praemunire, and forced to admit the King was the head of the English church. The King was actually head of the church by 1553.
    1532 was the start of the break from Rome and by 1553, Northumberland and Cranmer made sure that England was as far away from Papal supremacy as possible. Especially with the 1552 Common Prayer Book removing catholic ceremonies.

    It's pretty difficult to find similarities though as the major changes didn't happen until 1534, but 1532 was the start of the radical changes implemented under Edward VI
 
 
 
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