The Children of Henry VIII - Chapter 14, True Religion Restored Summary & Analysis

Alison Weir (historian)
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Chapter 14, True Religion Restored Summary and Analysis

Cardinal Pole is waiting in Brussels for a summons from England, as he is still considered a traitor under an act passed by Henry VIII. There is more talk in England of marrying Elizabeth off, but many councillors want to wait in case of the death of their monarch and her unborn child. Parliament repeals Henry VIII's Act of Supremacy, so England can be reunited with Rome. Pole is finally summoned back to England, where he announces the kingdom has been welcomed back into the Catholic fold of Rome. This is a crowning achievement for Mary, who has made it her life goal to bring England back to the true faith. Mary then considers it her duty to completely eradicate heresy from England, which begins when Parliament ratified "An Act for the Renewing of Three...

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