Childhood, Youth and Religious Dissent in Post-Reformation by L. Underwood

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By L. Underwood

This e-book explores the position of youngsters and teenagers inside of early glossy England's Catholic minority. It examines Catholic makes an attempt to seize the subsequent iteration, Protestant reactions to those projects, and the social, felony and political contexts within which kids shaped, maintained and tried to give an explanation for their spiritual id.

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1590–99 covers 2 years, since records begin in 1598. 1680–89 covers 6 years, since records cease in 1685. There are 3 converts 1680–89. 1% of respondents. 9%). 2%). 1590–4 covers 3 years, since records begin in 1592. 1620–4 covers 4 years since records cease in 1623. 6 individuals appear in both sources. One (LR388/LPE114) is a convert. Four record conversions in the responsa, but are not listed as converts in the LPE. 1), in order to contextualise the individual narratives which are explored below.

But Hodgson and Newman instead make the intellectual enquiry they engaged in as teenagers the catalyst of a lasting change, to ‘schismatic’, which led to the next stage, becoming Catholic. Richard Huddleston, by contrast, never suggests a conversion from Protestant convictions. Instead, he implies a definable point during a Catholic upbringing at which he joined the Church and formed his own religious identity: reconciliation as a ‘sacrament of initiation’ within a Catholic community. Like Hodgson’s and Newman’s use of schism, though, this tends to emphasise the significance of religious engagement in youth or childhood.

He did not specify what it was, perhaps because prisoners under examination are unlikely to give more information than they can help. But other sources can shed light on these sparse statements, and reveal further the role of recusancy in children’s development of religious identity. Children’s experience and understanding of recusancy would always depend to some degree on their parents’ attitudes. There were, doubtless, families where recusant parents brought up recusant children to whom recusancy was the ‘default setting’, and who may not have had a thought-out logic for their behaviour.

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