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in his prison at Vilvorde

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was happ●ier than Philip

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s at court. If we carefull

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y stu●dy the history of t

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he reformers, we ●recognize at once that they were● not simply masters of a pure doctrine, but■ also men of lofty souls,

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Christians ■of great morality and exalted spiri■tuality. We cannot say as much of th●eir adversaries; what a contrast her

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e between● the traitor and his victim! Th■e calumnies and insults of the enemies of prote●stantism will deceive nobody.■

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If it is sufficient to read the Bible wit●h a sincere heart in order to believe it; it i●s sufficient also to know the lives of ■the reformers in order to hon■or them. CHAPTER IV. THE KING-PONTIFF AGAINST■ THE ROMAN-CATHOLICS AND THE PAPACY. (1534● and 1535.) =INSTRUCTIONS TO THE CLERGY.■= While the Roman papacy was tri

umphing ●in the Low Countries, a lay papacy was being est■ablished in England. Henry VIII. gave his● orders like a sovereign bishop, sum■mus episcopus, and the majority of the prie

me, as if i

sts o■beyed him. They believed that such an e■xtraordinary state of things ■would be but of short duration, and t■hought that it w

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as not worth the trouble of● dying in battle against what would pe■rish of itself. They muttered with th■eir lips what the king ord

ine own that was

ere●d them, and waited for the comin■g deliverance. Every preacher was bound to p■reach once at least against the usu●rpations of

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the papacy; to explain on that ■occasion the engagements made by the pope with ●the king of England, the dupl■icity shown by Cleme

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nt, and the obliga■tion by which the monarch was bou●nd to thwart so much falsehood an●d trickery. The ministers of the Churc■h were ordered to proclaim the■ Word of Christ purely, but to say nothing about■ the adora

tion of saints, the marriage o■f priests, justification by works a■nd other doctrines rejected by the reformer●s, which t

he king intended to preserve. Th●

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e secular clergy generally obeyed. ■ There were however numerous excepti●ons, particularly in the nor■th of England, and the execution of He■nry's orders gave rise to scen●es more or le

ss riotous. General●ly speaking, the pa

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rtisans of Rome did not ■{43} merit a very lively interest; bu■t we must give due credit to those who ■ventured to resist a formidable power in obedien●ce to conscientious principles. Th●ere were here and there a f

ew ●signs of opposition. On the 24th of August F■ather Ricot, when preaching at Sio●n Monastery, called the king, accordi

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ng t●o his orders, 'the head of the C

hurch;' but ●added immediately

after, that● he who had given the order was alon●e responsible before God, and that he 'ought to ●take steps for the discharge of■ his conscience.' The other monks went far■ther still: as soon as they hear●d Henry's

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new title proclaimed, there was ■a mo

vement among them. Father Lache,

w●ho far from resembling his name was inflexi■ble even to impudence, got up; eight other monk■s rose with him and left the chapel 'con●trary to the rule of their religion' ■and to the great scandal of all t■he audie

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nce.[83] These nine friars, boldly quit●ting the church one after another, were the li■ving protest of the monks of England. That the●ir desire was not to acknowledge J●esus Christ alone as head, is intelligibl■e: the

y wanted to maintain the dominion of● the pope in the Church, and● in the State also. The king pope would have n■one of t

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hese freaks of independence. Bede■l

l, who had received Cromwell's o

rder to i■nspect this convent, proposed ●to send the nine monks to prison, 'to■ the terrible example of their adheren■ts.'[84] The priests, finding that they must a●ct with prudence, avoided a repetition o●f such ou

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tbreaks and began secretly to■ scho

ol their penitents in the confes

sional, bi■dding them employ mental reservat●ions, in order to conciliate everything. They■ set the example themselves: 'I have abj■ured the pope in the outward man, bu●t not in the inward man,' said■ one of them to

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some of his pari●shioners.[85] Th

e confessor at Sion Mo●nastery

had {44} proclaimed the king's new■ title and even preached upon it; yet w■hen one of his penitents showed ■much uneasiness because he had ●heard Latimer say that the pope himself c●ould not pardon sin: 'Do not be

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■afraid,' said the confessor; 'the pope is assur●edly the head of the Church.● True, king and parliament hav■e turned him out of office here in Engl●and; but that will not last l●ong. The world will change again, you

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● will see, and that too before

long.'—'B■ut we have made oath

to the king a●s head of the Churc

h,' said some ■persons to a priest.

'What matters■!' replied he. 'An o

ath that is not● very strictly made

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may be broken the same way.●'

These mental reservations, howeve

r, ma■de many ecclesiastics and l

ay■men too feel uneasy. They longed

f■or deliverance: they were on the

look out;● they turned their eyes

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successively ●towards Ireland w

hich had risen for th●e pope, and

towards the Low Countries, w■hen

ce an imperial fleet was to sail for

the● subjugation of England. Men g

rew exc■ited. In the convents there

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were fanatical and v■isionary

monks who, maddened by the abuse●

s of power under which they suffer

ed, and f●ired by persecution, drea

mt of not■hing but reaction and ven

geance, and express■ed their cruel

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wishes in dari■ng language. One

of them named● Maitland, belongi

ng to the Dominican conv●ent in L

ondon, exclaimed presumptuously, as

if h●e were a prophet: 'Soon I shal

l ●behold a scaffold erected.... O/p>

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駈 that scaffold will pass in■

turn the heads of all those wh●o

profess the new doctrine, and ●Cr

anmer will be one of them.... ■The

king will die a violent and shameful

dea●th, and the queen will be burn

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t.' Be■ing addicted to the blac

k art, Maitland■ pretended to rea

d the future by the help of Sa●ta

nic beings. All were not so bold: th

●ere were the timid and fearful. Se

ve●ral monks of Sion House, despair

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ing of the■ papacy, were making

preparations to esc●ape and hide

themselves in some wil●derness o

r foreign cloister. 'If ●we succeed

,' they said, 'we shall be■ heard o

f no {45} more, and nobody will k

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n■ow where we are.' This being

told to B●edell, Cromwell's agent

, he was content ●to say: 'Let th

em go; the loss will not be grea●t.

' Roman-catholicism was, however, to

f●ind more honorable champions. =

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●MORE REFUSES TO TAKE THE OATH.= Two men, ■a layman and a bishop, celebrated through●out Christendom, Fisher and ■Sir Thomas More, were about to present an● opposition to the king which proba●bly he had not expected

. Since More had fa●tho

med the king's intentions,

and resigned ●the offi

ce of chancellor, he■ often passed whole nights wi■tho

ut sleep, shuddering at th●e future which threatened him,

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