Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York (East by A. G. Dickens

By A. G. Dickens

This special neighborhood background examines the effect of the Lollards and the Reformation at the society, neighborhood executive and church of York.

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He had also believed that no man being in sin can consecrate the body of God, or assoil another sinner; burial by a priest has no more value than burial by a layman; Saints Peter and Paul 'wer no prestes ne ministred enye sacramentes, but that they wer only teachers and preachers and bad every man goo home to thie (sic) house and take there of thye breade in remembrance of Christes bodye and take of thie drynke in remembrance of hys bloode, without anye halowed placys'; contract of matrimony is sufficient without solemnization in church; pardons and blessings of bishops have no value; a man should neither pray to saints, nor confess to any priest, but only to God.

Though, as will later appear, there were numerous heresy-cases in the diocese during the last years of Archbishop Lee, these do not appear in his register, but chiefly in an act book of his Court of Audience. In the actual registers of Wolsey and Lee,s I observe only three certainly English heretics. , vol. i, pt. ii, p. 65). 2 Spelt 'Dionisie' in the English part of the document. Various forms of Denise are found as girls' names in England from the twelfth century onwards. 'Dionise' was borne by several members of the Markham family, 1574-1631 (Oxford Diet, of Eng.

584. 28 POPULA R HERES Y I N TH E REIG N O F HENR Y VII I the bodie of Christe. Item, that yf a man were desposed and thought it convenient, (he) myght be confessid of a lay man. Browne then made the usual profession: I was brought before you, to them and every oon of them to make answere, by whome I am nowe sufficiently and truely enformed that thies articles and every oon of them be erronyous and hereticall and contrarie to the true undrestonding and interpretacion of the holye scriptures and the holy doctrine of the good and catholique doctors approved by our modre the holy church and agenst the true faeth of Christ and the church and her determination, sclaunderous and evill soundyng to all true and faethfull Christen eares.

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