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  1. Hace 3 días · The English Reformation took place in 16th-century England when the Church of England broke away from the authority of the pope and the Catholic Church. These events were part of the wider European Reformation, a religious and political movement that affected the practice of Christianity in Western and Central Europe .

  2. Hace 3 días · The King James Version ( KJV ), King James Bible ( KJB ), Authorized Version ( AV ), or originally 1611 King Iames Version (the letter J was not added until the 1629 Cambridge Revised Version) is an Early Modern English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England, which was commissioned in 1604 and published in 1611 ...

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  3. Hace 1 día · The newly established Church of England amounted to little more than the existing Catholic Church, but led by the king rather than the Pope. It took a number of years for the separation from Rome to be completed, and many were executed for resisting the king's religious policies.

  4. Hace 1 día · Anglicans and royalists fashioned an image of martyrdom, and in the Convocations of Canterbury and York of 1660 King Charles the Martyr was added to the Church of England's liturgical calendar. High church Anglicans held special services on the anniversary of his death.

    • Christ Church, Victoria Road
    • St. Cuthbert's Church, Philbeach Gardens
    • St. Jude's Church, Courtfield Gardens
    • St. Matthias's Church, Warwick Road
    • St. Patrick's Church, Kenway Road
    • St. Philip's Church, Earl's Court Road
    • St. Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road

    This conventional Gothic Revival church was built in1850–1, to designs by Benjamin Ferrey. Christ Church began as a daughter church to St. MaryAbbots, which from 1842 was ministered to by John Sinclair. Unlike other local Anglican churches, it neveracquired its own district and has always remained underthe parish church's aegis. The idea of buildin...

    St. Cuthbert's, Philbeach Gardens, is much the grandestchurch to have been built in western Kensington. Raisedunder the auspices of the Reverend Henry Westall to adesign by H. R. Gough in 1884–7, it was greatly enrichedand beautified over the succeeding thirty years. Next toit stand a clergy house (1883) and the Philbeach Hall(1894–6). The early hi...

    Designed by George and Henry Godwin, the church ofSt. Jude, Courtfield Gardens, was built in 1870, its towerand spire apart; these were added in 1879. The vicarageadjacent dates from 1874. Three churches, each the work of the Godwin brothers,arose on the Kensington estates of Robert and James Gunter to attract development and serve the communitiesw...

    St. Matthias's Church, at the corner of Warwick Road andthe northern approach road into Earl's Court Square, wasbuilt in 1869–72 to designs by J. H. Hakewill. It wasdemolished in 1958, when its parish and affairs wereamalgamated with those of St. Cuthbert's, PhilbeachGardens. To the south of its site the church schools, erected in 1898–9, survive. ...

    The brief, bungled history of St. Patrick's, Kenway Road(sometimes known as St. Patrick's, Cromwell Road),affords an instance of the precariousness of churchbuilding in Victorian South Kensington. The year 1869saw the opening in a temporary iron building of St. Matthias's, Warwick Road, the High-Church party's originalstronghold in Earl's Court (pa...

    St. Philip's Church, situated at the southern corner ofEarl's Court and Stratford Roads, was built to designs byThomas Johnson of Lichfield in 1857–8 and enlarged in1863. St. Philip's was one of the earlier products of the Kensington church-building boom of 1850–85. It was an offshoot of St. Barnabas's, Addison Road, to which in 1842had been formal...

    St. Stephen's Church stands at the south corner of thejunction between Gloucester Road and SouthwellGardens. It was built in 1866–7 to forceful designs byJoseph Peacock, was enlarged in 1887, but has since, inthe words of H. S. Goodhart-Rendel, been 'tamed byother hands', (fn. 177)notably those of G. F. Bodley and WalterTapper in 1903–10. During th...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Anne_BoleynAnne Boleyn - Wikipedia

    Hace 3 días · Anne Boleyn Anne Boleyn ( / ˈbʊlɪn, bʊˈlɪn /; [7] [8] [9] c. 1501 or 1507 – 19 May 1536) was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536, as the second wife of King Henry VIII.