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  1. Thomas Cranmer ( Aslockton, 2 de julio de 1489 jul. - Oxford, 21 de marzo de 1556 jul.) a b fue un sacerdote inglés y arzobispo de Canterbury durante los reinados de Enrique VIII, Eduardo VI y María I —por poco más de un año—.

  2. Thomas Cranmer (2 July 1489 – 21 March 1556) was a leader of the English Reformation and Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI and, for a short time, Mary I.

  3. Thomas Cranmer, (born July 2, 1489, Aslacton, Nottinghamshire, England—died March 21, 1556, Oxford), the first Protestant archbishop of Canterbury (1533–56), adviser to the English kings Henry VIII and Edward VI.

  4. Thomas Cranmer (1489/07/02 - 1556/03/21) Thomas Cranmer Religioso británico Nació el 2 de julio de 1489 en pueblo de Arselacton, en el condado de Northampton (Gran Bretaña), en el seno de una antigua familia. Estudió en Cambridge y fue escogido compañero del Jesús College.

    • Early Life
    • Henry VIII's 'Great Matter'
    • The Reformation Gathers Pace
    • The Reforms of Edward Vi
    • 'Bloody' Mary & The Resurgence of Catholicism
    • Imprisonment & Execution

    Thomas Cranmer was born in Nottinghamshire in 1489 CE. As the youngest son of a local gentleman, a career in the Church was an obvious choice after his studies were completed at Cambridge University. It was at university that Thomas became interested in the Protestant movement that was sweeping across Europe, even joining the radical 'White Horse' ...

    Henry VIII had one serious problem: he needed a male heir. He had married, as arranged by his father Henry VII of England (r. 1485-1509 CE), the Spanish princess Catherine of Aragon (1485-1536 CE), largely for diplomatic reasons. Catherine had given Henry a daughter but no son and she seemed now too old to offer any such possibility in the future. ...

    While the king had been busy in his private life, changing wives, the Reformation had also gathered pace. The Act of Supremacy of 28 November 1534 CE formally declared the king head of the Church in England, replacing the Pope in that exalted position. Cranmer was fully in support of this move and Henry's next one, the Dissolution of the Monasterie...

    When Henry VIII died of illness in January 1547 CE, he was succeeded by his young son Edward. Cranmer was back at the top of the political pile, and he was on hand as Archbishop of Canterbury to crown the boy-king in Westminster Abbey on 20 February 1547 CE. Edward and his two successive regents (in all but name), Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset (...

    When Edward died of tuberculosis in July 1553 CE, and after Cranmer had presided over his funeral, there was a brief and utterly unsuccessful attempt by John Dudley and Cranmer to install the late king's cousin Lady Jane Grey(1537-1554 CE) as queen. Lady Jane was a strict Protestant but the wide appeal of Mary, daughter of Henry VIII and Edward's h...

    As with any person in a position of power, Cranmer had his enemies and critics. There were some who thought his reforms had gone too far while others were disappointed they did not go far enough. There were also accusations of his shifting position on ecclesiastical issues throughout his career. As one bishop had once asked, "What believe you, and ...

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  5. Thomas Cranmer (Aslacton, 1489-Oxford, 1556) Primer arzobispo de Canterbury. Nombrado en 1533, a instancias de Enrique VIII. Anglicano, partidario de la Reforma, se opuso a María Tudor. Fue acusado de herejía y ejecutado.

  6. 27/05/2021 · Thomas Cranmer nació el 2 de julio de 1489 en el poblado de Aslockton, Nottinghamshire, Inglaterra, siendo el segundo hijo de Thomas y Agnes Cranmer. Entre 1510 y 1511, Cranmer recibió una beca para el Jesus College, en Cambridge. Estuvo apartado de sus estudios por un breve periodo debido a un matrimonio secreto del que pronto enviudó.

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